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NTPC tenders 1 GW of solar capacity

Developers have until May 27 to submit bids for projects anywhere in India. The projects are to be set up on a build-own-operate-transfer basis.

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BHEL issues global tender to select monocrystalline module partners

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) seeks module supply partners for an aggregate 750 MW of panels as it intends to participate in the tender for 500 MW Rewa solar park in Madhya Pradesh. Bidding closes on April 27.

NTPC’s 85 MW Bilhaur solar project now operating at full capacity

The state-run power producer has commissioned the remaining 15 MW capacity of the 85 MW Bilhaur solar project.

Indian firm purchases American hydrogen cylinder maker Catalina Composites

New Delhi-headquartered Uttam Group of Companies has purchased California-based Catalina Composites as it sees a surge in demand for clean energy solutions, including hydrogen. The company will invest at least $20 million in staff, equipment, and research and development of high-pressure cylinder production for hydrogen and compressed natural gas.

Trina launches 670W Vertex solar module and tracking systems in India

The Chinese solar manufacturer has launched the 670W Vertex solar module in India that offers an efficiency of up to 21.6%. It has also fielded two models of panel tracking solutions from its TrinaTracker business. 

UK’s Power Roll signs up Thermax to manufacture solar films in India

The UK-based flexible solar film developer is expanding into the Indian market with Thermax as its market development and manufacturing partner. 

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Adani Green awarded 150 MW solar project by Torrent Power

The PV plant—to be set up in Gujarat—will supply power for INR2.22/kWh for 25 years.

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French company unveils new rooftop PV mounting method

Axter, a French waterproofing specialist, has revealed a new mounting process for the installation of rigid solar modules on several types of buildings, including concrete, metal, and wood surfaces.

The long read: Battery testing builds certainty

Owners and operators of energy storage systems, as well as investors, need transparent ways to evaluate battery performance. They need certainty that the selected batteries for their ESS projects will perform reliably, have predictable life expectancies, and meet projected revenue and contractual obligations over their lifetimes. The economic viability of entire projects depend on this confidence, writes Michael Kleinberg of DNV.

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SECI tenders 1.2 GW of wind-solar hybrid projects

Developers can compete for a minimum of 50 MW, up to all 1200 MW tendered capacity. The projects—to be developed on a build-own-operate basis—can be set up anywhere in India at the locations chosen by the developer. Bidding closes on May 28.

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