Utility Scale PV

Saudi Arabia and BP Group betting big on India

Two of the world’s biggest players in the oil industry have backed the nation’s ambitious solar target – and are putting their money where their mouth is.

India added world’s second largest PV capacity in first half of 2018

The nation installed 4.9 GW of solar, surpassing the USA – which installed 4.7 GW – to become the second largest solar market in the first half of the year, second only to China’s 24.3 GW.

NTPC tenders 70 MW floating solar PV project in Kerala

November is the deadline for interested bidders, who will be permitted to use cells and modules with any origin in the plant, which is planned for Kayamkulam.

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More details emerge on coal JVs 3 GW solar plans

In a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed on October 8, two coal companies formed a joint venture (JV) to install 3 GW of solar and 2 GW of thermal power. More details have now emerged on the partnership.

SECI defers ‘world’s biggest’ solar auction until mid November

The bid submission deadline for the national 10 GW, inter-state PV project plus manufacturing tender is now November 12. According to officials, there are amendments to be made in the tender requirements, for which it is awaiting a ministerial mandate.

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Uttar Pradesh auctions 500 MW of solar capacity at tariffs above Rs3

The lowest solar tariff, of Rs3.17 per unit, was quoted by the NTPC utility and Maheshwari Mining and Energy, for 140 MW and 20 MW of grid connected PV capacity, respectively.

Indian EPC eyes central Asian markets

Sterling and Wilson wants to construct 200 MW of PV in Kazakhstan in the next two years and says it is eager to get a slice of the Uzbek market too.

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SECI extends bids for 150 MW floating solar project

The Solar Corporation of India (SECI) has extended bids for a 150 MW floating solar tender in Uttar Pradesh; and for a 2 MW PV plant coupled with 1 MW of storage in Himachal Pradesh.

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IEA low-balls solar growth (again)

The agency’s base case expects relatively flat growth in solar deployment over the next six years, but for solar to still dominate growth among renewable technologies. The agency’s estimates are again below those of major market analysts.

Indian coal companies plan 3 GW of solar

In a memorandum of understanding, NLC India Limited (NLCIL) and Coal India Limited (CIL) have said they will install 3 GW of solar projects and 2 GW of thermal power projects in India.

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