The solar plant is purportedly located in Gujarat and benefits from supplying power to the state-owned power distribution utility.
Damodar Valley Corp. (DVC) is accepting bids to install an 8 MW ground-mounted solar power plant at Panchet, Jharkhand, on a turnkey basis.
NTPC Renewable Energy Ltd, on behalf of its joint venture with DVC, has invited bids to build 260 MW of floating solar and 50 MW of ground-mount PV projects at DVC reservoirs in Tilaiya and Panchet. Bidding closes on March 31.
Ahmedabad-based Gensol Engineering has secured 182.3 MWp of ground-mount, 44 MWp floating, and 21.05 MWp rooftop solar projects.
Corporate decarbonization, value chain integration, wind-solar hybrid projects, battery energy storage, offshore wind, green hydrogen, and value-added offerings such as energy-as-a-service are key trends and technologies shaping up India’s renewable energy sector and offering ample scope for investments.
NTPC Renewable Energy Ltd has signed an agreement with the state government of Tripura to collaborate for the development of ground-mount and floating solar projects in Tripura.
Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd (MSEDCL) has started accepting bids to develop grid-connected, ground-mounted solar plants, ranging in size from 2 MW to 10 MW, in various districts of Maharashtra. The ceiling tariff is fixed at INR 3.30 ($0.041)/kWh, with bidding scheduled to close on December 16.
In May 2018, India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy adopted the National Wind-Solar Hybrid Policy. Though paltry when it comes to offering incentives or preferential treatment to solar-wind-hybrid (SWH) projects, the policy aims to enable more SWH projects to efficiently utilize transmission infrastructure and land, as well as reducing variability in renewable generation and thus improving grid stability.
Maharashtra State Power Generation Co. Ltd. (MAHAGENCO) has started accepting bids to develop grid-connected, ground-mounted solar plants, ranging in size from 2 MW to 10 MW, at six sites in Maharashtra. Bidding closes on Oct. 19.
Gensol, an Ahmedabad-based solar advisory and EPC services provider, secured 55.8 MWp of ground-mount and rooftop solar projects in August.
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