- Date : 27/12/2018
- Source : Energetica-India.Net
The co-founder of CleanMax Solar, Mr Andrew Hines, said that despite the uneven tendering activity by the government, the sustainable aspirations from the corporate segment and the consistent private demand for renewable energy drove the state to the number one spot. “We added 270 MWp of utility-scale solar projects, as the number one developer under the Karnataka solar policy. Our rooftop business also saw a steady growth, as we passed the 100 MWp mark early in the year and expect to hit 200 MWp of operational rooftop solar plants in early 2019. Open access solar volumes also grew significantly,” he said.