Jakson Group wins a Contract from DMRC

Jakson Group, India’s leading power solutions company, has beaten stiff competition to secure a prestigious contract from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to install rooftop solar power plants.

Under the deal, the company will set up solar roof top plants at DMRC’s three premises with an aggregate capacity of 250 Kwp. The company is
targeting to commission the three projects within next six months.

Mr. Sundeep Gupta, Joint-Managing Director, Jakson Group said, “Given the concern for the environment, we at Jakson Group, continue to develop innovative energy efficient green power solutions. This association with India’s foremost metro corporation, DMRC is another step to create a better tomorrow. With our expertise and rich engineering heritage, we are positive about completing the projects within the deadline. This contract is just the beginning and we are looking forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with DMRC. After the successful installation of these units, we are optimistic of getting more such contracts for other stations, depots, parking lots as well as residential complexes.”

Jakson Engineers Ltd. the arm of Jakson Group has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with DMRC. As part of the agreement, the company will set up rooftop solar power plants at Pragati Maidan Metro Station (85Kwp), Anand Vihar Metro Station (115Kwp) and Metro Enclave, Saket (50 Kwp). The power generated by these plants will be used for DMRC’s operational requirements including station lighting and other loads. The plants will come up as per the RESCO model. Under this model, DMRC will pay for the units generated by the plants and the capital investment shall be provided by Jakson.