The thermal energy giant of India has commissioned a 130 MW solar plant in the state of Tamil Nadu, comprised of two, 65 MW blocks across 655 acres.
GAIL, which is a state-owned provider of gas, commissioned a 5.76 MW rooftop PV array at its Pata petrochemicals plant in Uttar Pradesh at the end of 2017.
Solar EPC firm, Oriano Solar has installed two 20 MW thin film PV plants in Karnataka. The modules, based on CdTe technology, are procured from U.S.-based company First Solar.
Bangalore-based solar module manufacturer, Emmvee has commissioned a 1 MW rooftop PV plant at its solar water heater manufacturing facility in Dobespet, Karnataka.
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy will make available $3.6 billion to distribution companies in India to boost their deployment of rooftop solar PV projects under Phase-II the National Solar Mission.
The Solar Energy Corporation of India will invite expressions of interest (EOI) from developers eager to build, own and operate floating PV installations at selected sites across the country.
The ‘Adoption of Solar Energy for Apparel industry’ program was organized by cluster development services in Ludhiana, Punjab to promote solar in the textile/apparel industry.
Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited has completed a 100 MW solar PV project at Pavagada Solar Park in Karnataka. Tata’s total installed operating capacity across India now totals 1,641 MW.
A 100 MW solar park in Tumkur District has been connected to the regional grid in Karnataka, reports project owner Fortum. The project is Fortum’s fourth project to be connected in India, and its largest so far, more than doubling its total capacity to 185 MW.
The Indian EPC will construct four separate rooftop solar installations across the state, two of which will be 1.2 MW in size.
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