Sterling and Wilson Solar (SWSL), a global solar engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and operations and maintenance company, has announced plans to expand its renewable energy services to include EPC solutions for hybrid energy power plants, energy storage, and waste to energy.
Hybrid energy is made up of systems that combine two or more energy sources with or without energy storage. Microgrids, which are entirely powered by renewable energy, is gaining traction in the global market. Decentralized power plants are in high demand since they are not only environmentally beneficial but also economically viable.
In developed countries, the waste-to-energy industry is a significant and rising market. SWSL intends to become a global leader in the future energy industry by using its project management expertise and strong stakeholder ties.
SWSL is a subsidiary of the Shapoorji Pallonji Group. With a focus on project design and engineering, the company provides EPC services for utility-scale, rooftop, and floating solar power projects, and manages all elements of project execution from conceptualization through commissioning.