The overall energy outlay of Rs 6984.73 crore for the year 2020-21 is much lower than 2019-20’s revised estimate of Rs 11,639 crore.
Bidders now have until June 26 to bid for installation and commissioning of standalone off-grid solar water pumping systems in the State of Madhya Pradesh.
The state cabinet has approved a 74:26 joint venture proposal by publicly-owned hydropower company THDC India and the Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development Agency for the ambitious project.
Solar and wind projects commissioned beyond the year 2022—at least till mid of 2023—may be eligible for interstate transmission charges waiver on the electricity generated.
Researchers have simulated a cart-mounted solar pump which they say would mean farmers in off-grid areas would be able to irrigate fields by paying only for the solar electricity used.
The New Delhi based developer posted a net loss of Rs 394 million (US$5.2 million) for the three-month period from January to March, mainly on account of higher charges amounting to Rs 551 million (US$ 7.3 million) that were partially offset by higher revenue.
Bidders have until September 16 to pitch for generation capacity which can be installed on vacant land owned by the rail company nationwide.
The integrated power producer’s renewable capacity will now swell to 3,457 MW. Of this, 2,637 MW (932 MW wind and 1705 MW solar) is operational and 820 MW solar (including the latest 120 MW won from Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited) under implementation.
Only domestic manufacturers with multicrystalline solar cell production capacity of a minimum 30 MW per annum are eligible to apply. Bidding closes on June 27.
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