Technology PartnersAstonfield invites the highest quality international technology companies to contribute expertise, services and technology for its projects, tailoring the configuration of each system to the specific characteristics of the site and the client. By bringing together world-class expertise with unparalleled local experience, Astonfield is able to deliver long-term clean power solutions rapidly and cost effectively.
To illustrate how Astonfield works with technology vendors and partners, a selection of case studies is included below.
Astonfield is committed to outsourcing the design and execution of its solar power plants to third-party experts known as Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) companies. As such, it has partnered with global leaders like France’s Schneider Electric. Founded in 1836, Schneider has grown to become one of the world’s largest electrical companies with over 110,000 employees in 100 countries. It has brought its electrical expertise to solar, having installed over 200MW of solar plants worldwide. Schneider Electric provided EPC services on Astonfield’s projects at Osiyan, Rajasthan and Nayaka, Gujarat.
To learn more about Astonfield’s 11.5MW plant at Nayaka, Gujarat, click here.
A second European-based EPC key to the execution of Astonfield’s solar portfolio has been juwi Group. Based in Germany, juwi is among the world’s largest renewable energy-focused EPCs and has commissioned over 1,500 solar systems globally. Juwi has transferred this solar execution expertise to its India-based team and has leveraged its global supply chain to execute a 2MW solar plant in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh for Astonfield in record time.
To learn more Astonfield’s 2MW plant at Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, click here.
Solar Frontier, one of Japan’s leading solar module manufacturers, has been building on a legacy of work in solar energy since the 1970s. Their 900MW production plant in Miyazaki, Japan is among the largest solar thin film factories in the world. Solar Frontier provided the thin-film solar modules for the 2MW plant at Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh.
To learn more about Astonfield’s 2MW plant at Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, click here.