Sterling and Wilson Solar Limited Wins ‘Utility-Scale Solar Project of the Year’ at Middle East Solar Awards 2020
Sterling and Wilson solar limited (SWSL) (BSE scrip Code: 542760; NSE Symbol: SWSOLAR), the world’s largest solar EPC solutions provider*, has been awarded the distinguished ‘Utility-Scale solar Project of the Year’ at the recently held Middle East solar Awards 2020 in Abu Dhabi. The company was felicitated with the award at the time of the world Future Energy Summit, one among the leading international business events for future energy, clean tech and sustainability.
Bikesh Ogra, Director and international CEO, Sterling and Wilson solar Limited said, “We are glad to be acknowledged by Middle East solar Awards for the second time. Sustainability isn’t simply a saying however a practice that is being taken seriously across the world. The GCC region notably has been driving this shift to renewable energy so as to mitigate carbon emissions. Sterling and Wilson solar limited is committed to support the GCC government’s vision of clean and sustainable energy future, which is reflected in the prestigious clean energy projects commissioned. We will deliver best-in-class services, whereas making sure sustainability in all aspects of our business”.
SWSL has received this recognition for the second time. In 2017, the corporate won ‘Project of the Year’ award at the same event. The Middle East solar Awards is one among the industry’s Premier awards ceremony takes place yearly. The event is organized by Middle East solar industry Association. This annual event, currently in its eighth edition, serves as a platform to acknowledge and celebrate exceptional talent and achievements within the MENA solar market. The selection of every winner was processed through firm analysis which was drawn by seven judges from across the industry for each of the eleven categories.
SWSL has been executing projects globally and has to its credit 9.20 GWp** of solar power projects in different places (commissioned and under construction), which has 3.05 GWp** within the MENA region. With the international solar market poised to grow well in the years to come, SWSL has positioned itself well to be at the forefront of this tremendous opportunity.