CNPV wins 7 MW Module Supply Contract from Pune based Navalakha Group

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CNPV Power and Navalakha Group Officials

China based CNPV Solar Power has said in a press release that they have inked a 7 MW Module Supply agreement with the Pune based Navalakha Group.

CNPV mainly manufactures modules from 10W to 305W, for Utility, Commercial and Residential sector. 

"We take pride in every facet of our activity," asserted Mr. Satendra Navalakha, Chairman of Navalakha Group. "The completion of the project just marks the beginning of our responsibilities. Our solar PV selection process is tailored specifically to integrate into this philosophy and with CNPV we have found a supplier who not only delivers top quality High Performance Solar Modules with high energy yield, but also assists us in smooth execution of our project. Their support and co-ordination during and after the tender process has been consummate, and further re-affirms our belief that their solutions on longevity of the system will not only deliver an increased profit for us, but will further develop our credibility as a leading RE project developer.”   

Mr. Jia Zhimin, CNPV's CEO and Mr. Bypina Veerraju Chaudary, CNPV's COO&CTO are clearly delighted at the evaluation: “We are overjoyed to hear first-hand reports from such an esteemed and reputable individual as Mr. Navalakha that quantify CNPV's interactions and levels of service. So often within our industry we hear proclamations by suppliers of ‘excellent service and support’ but to our mind, it is only relevant when it comes from the recipient."

About Navalakha Group  

Navalakha Translines is one of India’s largest fleet owners of Chemical & Gas Tankers with annual revenue of INR. 450 Mn. Nav Gases & Chemicals is among the largest bottler of Liquor Ammonia with an Annual Turnover of INR. 400 Mn. Navalakha Construction has developed several commercial and residential projects in an around Pune since 1974.  Navalkaha Group is also into Hi-tech Agri & Horticultural farming with a land hold of more than 300 acres in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Navalakha’s foray into Renewable energy started with setting up of Wind Energy Generators  in early 2000. They own and operate 30 MW WEG with an investment of over INR 1 bn. Their group company TS Wind developers are into infrastructure development of Wind farms and executed more than 120 MW Wind generators in several parts of India.
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