July 14, 2024
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RENEWABLE ENERGY

Nigerian Firm Establishes Solar PV Plant in Chad

Paras Energy and Natural Resources Development Limited, a Nigerian firm, has successfully commissioned a rooftop-based Solar PV Plant in Moundou, Republic of Chad, for Solen Renewable Energy DMCC, based in Dubai.

Mr. Yashwant Kumar, Managing Director of Paras Energy, emphasized that the project, executed on an Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) basis, boasts a total capacity of 560KWp spread across three roof sheds.

Kumar highlighted the company’s commitment to excellence, ensuring the use of top-tier equipment sourced globally to uphold the highest standards in the industry.

The successful completion of this project underscores the capability of Nigerian-based companies to extend their services beyond national borders, Kumar noted.

He expressed pride in Paras Energy’s achievement, marking its inaugural venture outside Nigeria, showcasing the company’s prowess in setting up solar plants overseas.

Despite facing challenges such as limited local resources, the onset of the harmattan season, malaria risks, and language barriers with French as the local language, Paras Energy’s team of experts ensured the project’s completion within a remarkable 30-day timeframe, with PV module charging accomplished within just 20 days of delivery to the site.

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The Vanguard reports that with over two decades of experience in EPC of Gas plant/Substation/Transmission Projects and Operations & Maintenance, Paras Energy has established itself as a leader in the field.

The company boasts expertise in end-to-end solar system solutions, including ground mount and rooftop solar power plants, as well as large-scale solar projects and comprehensive EPC services.

Paras Energy has significantly contributed to Nigeria’s sustainable development by providing clean and affordable solar electricity, including setting up the largest Captive Solar Plant in the country to supply green power to the steel industry.

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