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KPI Global gets Rs 107.50-crore PFC loan for 35 MW solar projects

The Gujarat-based solar developer will use Rs 76 crore to finance a new 20 MW solar project at Bharuch and Rs 31.50 crore to refinance an existing 15 MW plant.

BHEL seeks containerized PCUs for 20 MW NTPC solar plant in Gujarat

The scope of work for the successful bidder includes supply, installation, and commissioning of the supplied units at the project site. Bidding closes on August 17.

BHEL seeks string monitoring boxes for 20MW NTPC solar project

An aggregate 104 quantities of 16-string monitoring boxes are required for the 20 MW NTPC solar project at Gandhar in the state of Gujarat. Bidding closes on August 4.

Mitsui Chemicals’ solar lab becomes NABL accredited to test high-efficiency modules

The solar lab—based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat—uses Xenon-based single-long-pulse flasher and steady-state simulator from Netherlands-based Eternalsun Spire to test all current and future PV modules.


Gujarat extends solar power policy till December 31

The state’s Solar Power Policy 2015 was due to expire since April 1, 2020. With a 9-month extension, solar power plants installed and commissioned till December end become eligible for the benefits and incentives declared under this policy.


SJVN invites enlisted parties to bid for 100 MW solar in Gujarat

The solar plant—to be set up under a ‘build-own-operate’ basis—is part of the Dholera Solar Park capacity tendered by Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd under ninth phase. July 16 is the last date to lodge the interest.

Tata Power to develop 120 MW solar project in Gujarat

The integrated power producer’s renewable capacity will now swell to 3,457 MW. Of this, 2,637 MW (932 MW wind and 1705 MW solar) is operational and 820 MW solar (including the latest 120 MW won from Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited) under implementation.

SunSource Energy bags another IndianOil project

The new rooftop solar project will be the EPC provider’s third project for Indian Oil Corporation. It will cover ten buildings across the state-owned fossil fuel giant’s flagship Gujarat Refinery and its residential township.

Water scarcity and the growing need for smarter solutions in solar projects

The inefficiency and irregularity of cleaning the solar panels manually, and the associated use of water defeat the purpose of shifting to renewable energies.


Gujarat announces sops to attract new manufacturing units

Plug-and-production facilities and labour law exemptions for 1200 days are among the decisions announced by the chief minister of the Indian state which contributes 7.9% to India’s gross domestic product and 20% to the overall exports.

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