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Signed agreement for three micro-grids in India

  • The agreement for the engineering phase with a subsidiary of Juice Power amount to approximately USD 10 million
  • Expected the construction of three photovoltaic plants of the installed total power of 3.5 MW and the energy auditing activities for the implementation of load and storage technologies and smart control and management systems
  • The three plants will provide energy to industrial facilities in different sectors (tobacco, automotive and large-scale distribution) at Calcutta, Bangalore and at the Mumbai district

 

TerniEnergia announces the signing of a contract for the implementation of three micro-smart grid plants for a consideration of approximately USD 10 million. The agreement was signed today in the framework of the broader agreement with Juice Power, which was announced to the market on December 30, 2016, for the development and construction of renewable energy generation plants and energy management infrastructures, including power plants on-site and off-site and energy storage systems, and to support JuicePower in managing its customer portfolio with smart energy management systems.

The contract, preparatory to the signing of an EPC framework agreement that will cover the successive stages of construction and upgrade of the plants, provides for the implementation of engineering activities related to three photovoltaic plants with a total installed power of 3.5 MW and the energy audit activity for the implementation of charging and storage technologies and smart control and management systems.

The three plants will provide diversified production activities by leading Indian companies (tobacco, automotive and large distribution) at Calcutta, Bangalore and the Mumbai district.

 
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