TPS to supply 10 MW modules to LN Bangur Rajasthan project

Tata Power Solar (TPS) announced that it has won a DCR for the supply of modules to JNNSM phase-2 batch-1.

The company will provide required modules for the 10 MW project to be built by Palimarwar Solar Project in Rajasthan for L N BANGUR Renewable Energy.

The 45,000 modules for the project will be manufactured at TPS’ Bangalore facility.

TPS was finalized for the project jointly by Palimarwar Solar, L N BANGUR and IBC Solar, EPC Company from Germany.

For the past 25 years, TPS have built some of the best manufacturing capabilities and offer world-class modules at competitive prices, thus putting in a critical position to contribute to the success of JNNSM, said, Rahul Budhwar, vice president, Manufacturing and Business Development, TPS.

Recently, L N BANGUR Group has commissioned their first project in Bhadla in the Rajasthan Solar Park for 5.5 MW.


It is helpful to partner with companies who bring high value in the form of quality and performance. TPS is one of the experienced suppliers capable of supplying world-class modules and thus become the primary choice for procuring domestically manufactured modules, commented, Shreeyash Bangur, Director, L N BANGUR Group.

Recently, TPS announced a 60 percent increase in module manufacturing capacity, and the Bangalore facility now consist of 200 MW total capacity.

In a recent initiative, TPS made an agreement to supply 1 lakh domestically manufactured solar panels to ACME’s 20 MW JNNSM project in Rajasthan. TPS has won DCR orders of JNNSM phase-2 batch-1 and the company will supply for the 20 MW (AC) project to be built by ACME Solar.

Under the Domestic Content Requirement (DCR) policy of MNRE for the phase-2 of JNNSM a total of 375MW of solar power plants will be built using domestically produced cells and modules.

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