Tata BP Solar Secures $2.6 Million Contract

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Tata BP Solar, India’s largest solar company has won a project from Alcatel Contracting GmbH, Germany. The order for supply of Solar Power Systems for CORDECT Telecom network spread all over the Bhutan Kingdom was won against stiff international competition and the project is funded by DANIDA, Denmark. The CORDECT network includes VOIP, Switching system, Backbone Network and Subscriber terminals. Bhutan Telecom has been a long standing and satisfied customer of Tata BP Solar. The 410 kW project is valued at approx Euro 2.6 million (USD 3.4 million) and the order will be executed in 2005. The solar systems for telecommunications typically power loads for 1W single wireless terminals to 4 kW hybrid systems for backbone repeater stations. The applications include rural payphones, single subscriber telephones, multi-access radio, digital and analog microwave repeaters, domestic satellite radio. Tata BP Solar is a Joint Venture between Tata Power Company in India, and BP Solar, one of the largest solar companies in the world. The company is totally focused on designing, engineering, manufacturing, supplying and installing solar PV and solar thermal systems that cater to both domestic and industrial needs.
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