In many parts of the world, existing electricity generation, transmission and distribution infrastructure is insufficient to meet projected demand. Developing and constructing electricity supply and delivery infrastructure is capital intensive. In much of the developed world, current and future electricity supply and delivery constraints caused by demand growth will be exacerbated by the need to replace existing aging infrastructure. In some parts of the developing world, demand is growing more rapidly than in the developed world. This rapid growth has left electricity supply and delivery insufficient to meet demand in some areas, resulting in both scheduled and unscheduled blackouts.
The Vasari Energy project development and EPC teams are working to help customers meet the increasing demand for utility-scale solar power sources due to accelerating industrialization, an expanding middle class and the need to develop energy grid infrastructure. Our utility projects typically range from 20 MW to 200 MW.