Both companies participated in working on the technical feasibility study that was submitted to the Indian government agencies at the end of January. As part of the strategic alliance, OSolar will provide various consulting, design, and construction, services, as well as assist in the funding.

Raj Gurm, president and CEO of P2 Solar, said: ”We are very excited to be working with such a skilled and experienced team and look forward in having the unique knowledge and hands on experience of OSolar to assist us with our project in Punjab India.”

Osolar claims to brings knowledge and expertise with its team of engineers and technicians. Formerly known as Conergy Korea, the company separated from Conergy of Germany and changed its name to OSolar. It is currently responsible for designing, constructing and operating a Solar Power Station in Asia at 24MWp in size.