Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) has invited an Expression of Interest (EOI) from developers to set up a cumulative floating solar capacity of 100 MW across Punjab. The capacity will comprise projects of different sizes, to be developed on a build-own-operate basis.
The state-owned hydropower producer has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Grid Corp. of Odisha (GRIDCO) to develop 2 GW of pumped storage and 1 GW of solar energy projects in Odisha.
New research shows that floating PV plants may have superior generating capabilities compared with ground-mounted PV plants in several areas of Bangladesh. Furthermore, the study indicates that floating arrays in the country may reach a levelized cost of energy ranging from $0.0341/kWh to $0.0486/kWh depending on the location.
The state-owned power producer is seeking consultants to evaluate the feasibility of developing floating solar PV plants on reservoirs of different States and union territories in India.
Oil India has sought consultancy services for establishing 100 MW or above solar PV and wind energy power plants in any state in India. Applications can be submitted till June 27.
The global floating solar (FPV) market is expected to keep up its steady growth, as the Asia-Pacific region continues to lead demand.
Gujarat State Electricity Corp. Ltd (GSECL) is seeking consultancy services for the feasibility study and preparation of the detailed project report for a 1.5 GW floating solar plant in the Tapi district of Gujarat.
As of April 30, 2023, Tripura had only 17.93 MW of installed solar power capacity, which includes 5 MW ground-mount, 4.78 MW rooftop, and 8.15 MW off-grid installations.
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