According to IFC website, the project is a quasi-equity investment in Clean Max Enviro Energy Solutions. The Company is a Renewable Energy Service Company providing solar solutions for commercial and industrial customers in India through both onsite and off-site facilities. The Company plans on commissioning more than 250 MW of solar projects over the next three years. IFC will invest up to US$15 million in Compulsorily Convertible Debentures. The proceeds of the IFC investment will be used to fund the construction of the proposed solar projects. It has the following development impacts:
1. Increasing clean energy production: The Company will setup new renewable energy based generation capacity to meet the increasing demand for power in the country and in the process will help reduce GHG emission intensity.
2. Private sector development in renewable energy: The Project will help early stage renewable energy company to develop its business and thereby have a signaling effect in the market for other businesses.
3. Employment generation: The Project will provide temporary employment during construction and permanent employment during operation stage.
Project Contact: Kuldeep Jain
Founder, CleanMax Solar
Contact No.: 022 - 23676785/ 87/ 88
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Address: 1511, Prasad Chambers, Pandit Paluskar Chowk, Opera House, Charni Road, Mumbai 400004
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