The Mumbai-based utility-scale solar power development and EPC company has secured 30MWp of solar projects in Bihar and 10.30MWp in Jharkhand under captive, open-access mode.
The Bihar-based rural clean energy services provider has received US$4 million from India Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA) to construct 140 microgrids in the states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
The State-owned hydropower producer will set up grid-connected solar power plants in the state and sell the electricity generated at an INR 3.11/kWh tariff under a 25-year PPA with the State Discoms.
The Indian solar manufacturer and EPC contractor has chosen KSL Cleantech as the channel partner for the retail distribution of its solar panels in the eastern and northeastern markets of India.
The hydropower producer will sell the solar electricity generated from the plant to Bihar Renewable Energy Development Agency (BREDA) under a 25-year power purchase agreement.
Bridge to India figures show dominance of Chinese inverters, which supplied almost 80% of installs from July last year to the end of June.
The projects are to be carried out on a turnkey basis, with solar modules and inverters supplied by Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments Limited (REIL). Bidding closes on August 4.
Bids are invited to set up an aggregate 1 MW grid-connected rooftop solar capacity in residential sector across various locations in Bihar. The projects—in sizes of 1 kW to 10 kW and beyond 10 kW—are to be set up in turnkey mode. Bidding closes on July 8.
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