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2016

By The Economic Times Posted March 23, 2016

SOLARGISE STARTS COMMERCIAL OPERATION TO BUILD 2 GW PLANTS

NEW DELHI: Solargise India Pvt Ltd today launched commercial operations and unveiled plans to develop 2 GW of solar power plants in the next four years, entailing investments of Rs 12,000 crore. “We will be invest around Rs 1,000 crore on our production facility and expect manufacturing capacity to touch 500 MW (per annum) by next year,” Solargise Executive Chairman Raj Basu said after the launch.

By Business Standard | Posted March 23, 2016

SOLARGISE STARTS COMMERCIAL OPERATION, TO BUILD 2 GW PLANTS

NEW DELHI: Solargise India Pvt Ltd today launched commercial operations and unveiled plans to develop 2 GW of solar power plants in the next four years, entailing investments of Rs 12,000 crore. “We will be invest around Rs 1,000 crore on our production facility and expect manufacturing capacity to touch 500 MW (per annum) by next year,” Solargise Executive Chairman Raj Basu said after the launch.

By Hindu Business Line | Posted March 23, 2016

SOLARGISE INDIA TO SET UP RS 900 CR PLANT NEAR BENGALURU

NEW DELHI, MARCH 23: Bengaluru-based firm Solargise India announced its commercial launch of operations on Wednesday and said that it will invest ₹900 crore to set up a manufacturing unit with annual capacity to make 500 MW of solar photovoltaic cells and modules. Founded in 2015 by Raj Basu, the company will set up the plant in Karnataka’s Dabaspet Industrial Area near Bengaluru.

By The Economic Times | Posted March 23, 2016

SOLARGISE STARTS COMMERCIAL OPERATION TO BUILD 2 GW PLANTS

NEW DELHI: Solargise India Pvt Ltd today launched commercial operations and unveiled plans to develop 2 GW of solar power plants in the next four years, entailing investments of Rs 12,000 crore. “We will be invest around Rs 1,000 crore on our production facility and expect manufacturing capacity to touch 500 MW (per annum) by next year,” Solargise Executive Chairman Raj Basu said after the launch.

By NDTV | Posted April 11, 2016

NDTV INTERVIEW - SOLAR POWER TARIFF BELOW RS 5 UNIT NOT VIABLE - SOLARGISE

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