The Gujarat-based extractive metallurgy technology solutions provider will set up a 1,000 tonnes per annum (TPA) lithium-ion battery recycling plant, primarily based on the hydrometallurgy process developed in-house. It plans two more such facilities, taking the overall capacity to 10,000 TPA.
Bidders have until September 29 to lodge their interest to set up the solar-plus-storage system at Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited’ Kutch Lignite Thermal Power Station in the Kutch district of Gujarat.
The UK-headquartered steel major is mulling to set up a 4.5 GW solar park in Rajasthan with an investment of INR 19,000 crore. It also plans to invest in Gujarat’s solar energy, wind energy, and hydrogen gas production sectors.
A 6 MW solar plant, coupled with a 15 MWh battery energy storage system, will meet the village’s day and night electricity requirements. Moreover, 1kW rooftop solar systems have been installed on houses.
The latest addition takes Tata Power Renewable Energy’s total installed capacity to 2,797 MW, including 1,865 MW of solar and 932 MW wind.
GoodWe supplied 136 units of its MT80KW inverters for Microtech Rollers’s 15 MW of solar projects in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat. The inverters are currently generating 27 GW of electricity per annum.
The New York-headquartered solar racking solutions provider supplied its single-axis Genius Tracker equipment to a 394 MW PV project set up by Tata Power in Gujarat. This is the largest solar project utilizing single-axis trackers in India.
UPC-AC Energy Solar, a joint venture of UPC Solar and AC Energy, has commissioned two solar farms aggregating to 210 MW (150 MW AC) capacity, including 140 MW (100 MW AC) in Rajasthan and 70 MW (50 MW AC) in Gujarat. It has a further 420 MW (300 MW AC) solar assets scheduled for construction in Madhya Pradesh as it aims for about 1 GW of operating PV capacity in India by 2023.