Choice Consultancy Services Pvt Ltd (Choice), a leading consulting firm and subsidiary of Choice International Ltd, is announced the acquisition of a project for developing a solar plant for Jodhpur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd through a Joint Venture partnership with Solar91 Cleantech Pvt Ltd.

In this project, Choice and Solar91 will serve as key advisors, undertaking various tasks such as detailed site surveys, supervision of design, supply, and installation of the solar power plant. They will also oversee the installation of associated 33kV or 11kV lines, conduct testing and commissioning activities, and manage the construction of control rooms. The project is expected to involve a capex outflow of Rs. 152 crores.

This project underscores Jodhpur Discom’s commitment to sustainable energy and rural electrification, aligning with the PM-Kusum Yojana – Component C 2, aimed at providing affordable electricity to farmers. The initiative involves setting up a 34.72 MW (AC) solar plant within a 12-month implementation period, with a 25-year operation and maintenance period.

Arun Poddar, CEO of Choice International Ltd, expressed enthusiasm for the collaboration, stating, “It is an honor to partner with Jodhpur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd, marking yet another significant milestone in our journey towards supporting sustainable energy projects. At Choice, our dedication to the renewable energy sector is unwavering, and we are actively expanding our portfolio following our notable success in Water Management, Road & Highway, and Urban Development sectors.”

Through strategic efforts, Choice Group aims to ensure efficient execution, delivering significant benefits to the communities served. The estimated revenue of the project is Rs 520 Crores during the overall project tenure.

Mr. Dhawal Vasavada, Director of Solar91 Cleantech Pvt Ltd, expressed confidence in the success of the initiative, stating, “We are ushering a new era of sustainable energy, contributing to a cleaner, greener future. Choice Group’s demonstrated ability in supporting solar initiatives, most prominently the PM KUSUM YOJANA-C2, further fortifies our confidence in the success of this initiative.”


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