Jakson successfully installed and commissioned 600 kW Rooftop Solar PV plant at Lal Bahadaur Shastri International Airport, Varanasi. The project was executed under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) model in partnership with Airports Authority of India (AAI). The scope of work included design, supply, installation & commissioning of rooftop solar PV power plant on build, own & operate basis. A total of 2000 high efficiency, non-reflective PV modules of 300 Wp were used to set up this plant producing over 800 MWh of electricity per annum. This translated into substantial savings in running costs of the facility. This project by Jakson has been a trendsetter in the field of grid-connected solar PV at airport buildings in the state of UP.
Eden Gardens, India’s largest cricket stadium by seating capacity is a major venue for international cricket tournaments including day and night matches. For matches held during night, it is important that the stadium has uninterrupted supply of power. Although power from the grid is available, the stadium administration wanted to install and commission a reliable diesel power solution which could provide them with constant power for powering the stadium lights during night matches. The stadium administration could not take any chances as power failure even for a single second could halt an ongoing match or worse impact the outcome of a match. Jakson was chosen as the preferred solution provider after stiff competition from several other genset players. Eight (8) Jakson-Cummins gensets of 380 kVA rating were installed at the stadium premises to provide the requisite power needed to power the lights of the stadium, ensuring uninterrupted power supply and play during night matches at the stadium.
Jakson successfully commissioned a 400KW Solar Rooftop power plant at the Yamuna Sports Complex (YSC) in New Delhi, India. It was a turnkey Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) project awarded to Jakson by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) in RESCO model. Installation of this solar rooftop plant at YSC posed a challenge to the engineering team of Jakson as the stadium had a metal roof structure. It was difficult to install a module mounting structures without piercing the roof. In order to ensure there was no damage to the roof, Jakson used an innovative Klip Lock mounting system, which enabled module installation without piercing the metal roof. A total of 1600 modules were installed in this plant using this novel technology generating approximately 5.84 lakh units of electricity every year. The plant is also integrated with net metering facility, to sell surplus electricity production to the grid.
Jakson Group successfully commissioned a 1 MW rooftop solar power plant at Maharshi Dayanand University in Rohtak, Haryana. Jakson provided complete turnkey EPC services for this project that involved supply, erection, testing, commissioning including warranty, operations and maintenance. This large scale rooftop solar plant comprises two plants of 500 KW each, with a total of 3302 solar panels of 310 Wp installed.
The power generated in the plant will be sold to the University under a 25 year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) signed between both Jakson and the University. The plant will generate approximately 15 lakh units of green electricity every year and will be used by the University for its Internal Power Requirements. Any additional units generated, will be sold to power utilities using net metering facility.
Jakson successfully installed a 508 kWp solar power plant at President’s Secretariat, Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi. The scope of work for this project included design, supply, testing, installation, commissioning and operation & maintenance for 5 years. The plant is grid connected with an integrated net metering facility, complying with Delhi Electricity Regulation Commission’s regulations. The entire project of 508 kWp was installed in rooftops of 5 different buildings within the President’s Estate, in various sizes as per availability of space. Innovative ballast design was used to mount the modules on the concrete rooftops. This eliminated the need for penetrating the concrete roofs, while offering the same strength and longevity. The project was executed through REC Power Distribution Company Limited (RECPDCL), an Empanelled Government Agency under Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE), Govt. of India.
Jakson successfully installed 250 KWP rooftop solar power plant at Pragati Maidan Metro Station, New Delhi. This enabled the station to harness solar energy for various applications at the facility. Scope of work included design, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection, testing and commissioning including warranty, operation & maintenance under RESCO model wherein DMRC would be charged on the actual usage of solar power consumed on a monthly basis for a period of 25 years. In addition to cost benefits, the plant is estimated to offset 270,000 kilograms of CO2 per year significantly contributing to environment protection.
Jakson was awarded the Electrical & Mechanical project (E&M) for Kochi Metro Rail project by DMRC. Scope of work for this project included supply, installation, testing and commissioning of DG sets, electrical LT panels, lighting systems, EOT cranes, fire-fighting, plumbing & HVAC systems for all 22 metro stations and 1 metro depot. The project was completed in a span of 2 years which is fastest completion for DMRC for any Metro project in the country. The first phase of 11 stations was inaugurated by the Honourable Prime Minister Shree Narendra Modi on June, 2017.
Jakson showcased its innovative engineering capabilities by successfully integrating solar panels on the roof of 50 coaches of Indian Railways. It was a complex design and engineering challenge to integrate solar panels on the roof of coaches that run up-to speeds of 120 km per hour. Each single coach was installed with twelve high efficiency polycrystalline solar panels. These solar panels were fitted on the rooftop using specially designed U-channels that were welded to the body of the coach. So far 50 coaches have been successfully integrated with solar panels and currently undergoing rigorous performance tests by the Indian Railways. The generated power will be used to power lights and fans inside the coaches for use by the passengers. On completion, this solar PV project will help Indian Railways to offset 221 tonnes of Co2 emissions and also achieve significant savings in diesel costs.
Bharat Aluminium Company (BALCO) Korba, Chattisgarh, a unit of Vedanta Group, is a leading manufacturer of aluminium products. The customer needed a reliable power solution for continuous running of their smelter which, if interrupted by a power supply failure of more than an hour, could lead the molten metal to solidify which would lead to an expensive re-building process. Beating stiff competition, Jakson was chosen as a reliable partner to provide the emergency power to back up black start of 135 MW captive power plant at Korba. With the commissioning of the project in 2011, BALCO became first in the industry to go for black start system for 21 MVA capacity for their 4 x 135 MW power plant catering to huge power demand for the smelter. The project included Supply of 7 nos. 3000 kVA 6.6 KV DG Sets installed in a DG building erected by Jakson, LT-HT Control Panels, Transformer , Crane, BOT Civil Electrical & Mechanical work.
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