NTPC, India’s largest energy conglomerate, has switched on 10 MW of its 23 MW Solapur solar project in Maharashtra. It has also commissioned a 50 MW portion of the 300 MW Nokhra PV project in the Bikaner district of Rajasthan, after commissioning the project’s first part capacity of 100 MW.
NTPC is developing the 23 MW Solapur project inside the existing NTPC Solapur Thermal power station. The project is being developed under a multi-package route by NTPC and the power generated is targeted to be sold under the government’s scheme for the flexible operation of thermal power plants.
The 300 MW Nokhra PV project is being developed under the Central Public Sector Undertaking (CPSU) Scheme of the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy.
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