Gradiant Awarded $20 Million for New Design-Build Contracts in India

WD News: Gradiant has announced winning $20 million worth of new contracts in the past two months. The awards are for clients in the manufacturing of photovoltaic cells (or solar cells) renewable energy and industrial protective equipment. All three projects will be delivered as design-build contracts.

One of the largest solar companies in India has partnered with Gradiant at a manufacturing site in the Western Region for ammonia and fluoride removal and wastewater treatment. The new facility will recover, neutralise, and treat complex wastewater rinse streams from photovoltaic cell production to levels that meet the client’s sustainability goals and local discharge limits.

Gradiant has also partnered with a leader in the renewable energy business for the design-build of two facilities for ultrapure water and wastewater treatment to support a new photovoltaic cell manufacturing site also in Western Region. The project will include Gradiant’s patented RO Infinity membrane technology to treat industrial wastewater streams.

The Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) facility will reduce wastewater to only salt and solid wastes. “We are witnessing a clean energy transition in India, as the country builds out renewable energy infrastructure and its supply to the world. This local market has always been important to India, and Gradiant is ready to support our clients with advanced water solutions as they shift or double-down their local manufacturing operations,” said Prakash Govindan, COO of Gradiant.

In addition to these renewable energy projects, Gradiant is working with a leading manufacturer of industrial protective equipment for their new facility in Southern India.

Gradiant will deliver an effluent treatment and ZLD waste minimisation system. The plant will feature Gradiant’s Carrier Gas Extraction (CGE) for ZLD and SmartOps for AI-powered asset performance optimisation, and a Membrane Biological Reactor (MBR) for advanced wastewater treatment.

Source: Gradiant/ACN Newswire

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1 Comment
  1. VIVEK HEMMADY 11 months ago

    It’s good to note that new players are entering the sector.

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