Indian PV manufacturer Saatvik Solar has supplied 62 MW solar modules to NTPC’s 100 MW floating solar project in Ramagundam, Telangana.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) built the project on a water reservoir at the NTPC Ramagundam Thermal Power Plant. Saatvik said it supplied high-efficiency PV modules with advanced technology for this project.
BHEL engineered the Ramagundam project with eco-friendly technologies to prioritize environmental safety. The plant is spread across 500 acres of the reservoir.
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