Mumbai-based Oriano has switched on a 30 MWp solar project in Bihar and 10 MWp in Jharkhand for self-consumption by Rajasthan-based Shree Cement Ltd.
Green Valley Renewable Energy Ltd, a joint venture of government-owned power generators DVC and NTPC, has invited bid to develop the power evacuation system for its 755 MW floating solar project at DVC’s Tilaiya and Panchet reservoirs in Jharkhand.
The state-owned thermal and hydel power generator has already received approval for 990 MW of floating solar under the Ultra Mega Renewable Energy Power Parks (UMREPP) scheme. A tender for part of this capacity will be launched shortly.
Tata Power Solar Systems has launched off-grid PV solutions in eleven variants ranging from 1 to 10 kW. The solutions are a combination of modules, inverters, and batteries.
Jharkhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (JREDA) has invited bids to build a 2 MW grid-connected solar project on top of the Sikdiri Canal in the Ranchi district. Bidding closes on October 6.
Under the Solar Energy Policy 2022, the Indian state tagets installing about 3 GW of utility-scale solar, 720 MW of distributed generation, and 280 MW off-grid capacity from fiscal 2022-23 to 2026-27.
State-owned Damodar Valley Corp. (DVC) is seeking contractors to install and commission 30 MW of grid-connected floating solar capacity at its thermal power stations in Jharkhand and West Bengal. Bidding closes on Aug. 1.
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.
Jharkhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (JREDA) has invited bids to prepare feasibility-cum-detailed project report for megawatt-scale canal-top solar power capacity at three sites in the State.
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