MYSUN secures 140 MW of open access solar projects in Uttar Pradesh
MYSUN has announced that it has been allocated 140 MW solar projects under the Captive/Open Access mode by the Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation Limited (UPPTCL). The process of allocation saw active participation from most of the large solar developers from all over the country.
This scheme will promote the use of solar energy in the state of Uttar Pradesh for large industries and corporations. The latest round of allocation saw connectivity approvals being granted for central, western, and eastern parts of UP. Overall, about 1.5GW of grid sub-station capacity was put up for allocation. MYSUN will be developing these projects across multiple districts primarily in parts of Western UP.
Speaking on the development, Gagan Vermani, Founder & CEO of MYSUN said, "The allocation of this 140MW is a commitment from our side to provide clean, reliable, and affordable solar power to large energy consumers like industries, data centers, corporate parks, and builders in Uttar Pradesh. There is a lot of existing demand and a renewed focus on industrialization in UP. Clubbed with an upcoming new international airport, we foresee a huge demand for solar energy from our Open Access power projects."
MYSUN, under its recently launched asset vehicle MYSUN+, is expanding its presence across the states like Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu along with the National Capital Region. The company is already in early-stage development of more than 220MW of projects under the Captive/ Open Access mechanisms.
"We are excited with the progress that our venture MYSUN+ has made in such a short period. Our 360-degree approach of catering to all types of clients, backed by innovative technology, financing, and service is gathering good momentum and our team is fully geared up to scale this business to the next level," added Mr. Vermani