Uttar Pradesh I in Budaun District in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India is a 75-megawatt solar power plant commissioned in January 2021.
It was developed by Delhi-based SolarArise India Projects Pvt Ltd, an innovative operator of grid-connected solar power projects in India. Since January 2023, ThomasLloyd has been the sole shareholder with total ownership of SolarArise.
Construction jobs created
Electricity reach (people)
New permanent jobs created
CO2 avoidance (tonnes p.a.)
- Budaun District, Uttar Pradesh, India
- Solar modules: JA Solar (China), Trina Solar (China); Solar inverters: TBEA (China), ABB (Switzerland), Sungrow (China); Inverter transformer: Shilchar (India), Raychem RPG (India), Voltamp (India), Sudhir (India); Mounting systems: Ganges Internationale (India), NewSol AG (Switzerland), Profab (India), Arctech Solar (China), Tata (India), Purshotam Profiles Pvt. Ltd. (India), Metalkraft (India) and Aircon (India); Control panels: ERL (India), Techno Craft (India), Ashida (India), Industries Ltd. (India), Polycab (India); LT cables: Havells (India), KEI Industries (India), Apar Industries Ltd. (India), Polycab (India); String cable: Uniflex Cable (India), Apar Industries Ltd. (India), Siechem Technologies (India), Lapp (Germany); Junction boxes: Trinity Touch (United Kingdom), Statcon (India); Power transformer: Raychem (India), Voltamp (India); Horizontal single axis tracker: Arctech Solar (China); String inverter: Sungrow (China)
- General contractor (EPC)
- Jakson Limited
- Operations & maintenance
- Jakson Limited
- Insurer (coverage ratio)
- ICICI Lombard General Insurance
- In full operation since January 2021