State-owned NTPC has announced that it has completed another 35 MW portion of its 92 MW Kayamkulam floating solar project in Kerala.
The Kayamkulam floating solar project is being built upon a number of reservoirs owned by NTPC’s Rajiv Gandhi Gas-based Power Station. NTPC switched on the initial 22 MW phase on March 31. With the commissioning of the second phase, about 57 MW of the project has become operational.
The power generated from the project will be supplied to Kerala State Electricity Board through the 22 0kV GIS substation at the NTPC Rajiv Gandhi Gas-based power plant.
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