Diversified Indian business Jackson Power Solutions has unveiled a 20MW power plant in the district of Jodhpur District in Rajasthan.

The solar power plant was constructed on a 100 acres land with an investment of about INR2bn ($36.3m).

Employing high efficiency crystalline solar cells technology, the facility was developed under the phase one of the government’s Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission policy.

NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Limited will purchase the power generated from the plant, under a 25 years power purchase agreement.

Jakson Power Solutions joint managing director Sundeep Gupta was quoted by the Economic Times as saying that the company is looking to further develop solar power installations in the country.

The company has also acquired 250 acres of additional land at the same site to develop additional solar farms and increase the capacity to 100MW over the next three years.