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Amp Energy India commissions 30 MW open-access solar project for Bosch Limited

The open-access solar facility, located in the Raichur district of Karnataka, shall supply electricity under a 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Bosch Limited.

NTPC tenders 1.2 GW solar EPC work in Karnataka

Solar installers must bid for a minimum of 50 MW and a maximum of up to 600 MW, in 10 MW multiples. Bidding closes on December 24. 


Oriano commissions 36 MWp ‘group captive’ solar project in Karnataka

The open-access solar project under group captive mode will supply power to one of the global pharmaceutical companies.

Enphase powers 160kW clubhouse rooftop solar in Bengaluru

The Nambiar Bellezea luxury villa community in Bengaluru has got a 160 kW rooftop solar plant installed for its clubhouse, alongside 3-6kW installations on more than 20 villas. The 160kW club installation is powered by 320 numbers of Trina 500 Wp solar modules coupled with 320 Enphase IQ7A micro-inverters.


Magenta sets up commercial EV charging hubs in Bengaluru

The electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, with over 150 charging points, is synced with the Magenta ChargeGrid Smart app that allows EV owners to check the real-time availability of charging stations and book slots.

Emmvee to set up 3 GW solar cell and module factory in Karnataka

Coming up at Dobaspet town in Karnataka, this will be Emmvee’s second solar manufacturing investment in the Indian State after the existing 500 MW module plant.


GoodWe inverters power 6 MW rooftop solar plant at India refinery

The solar plant at Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited’s site in Karnataka is generating more than 24,000 units (kWh) of electricity per day.

American firm launches 2 GW electrolyzer fab in India

The giga-scale factory, located in the Bengaluru city of Karnataka, will initially have the capacity to manufacture about 500 MW of electrolysis equipment per annum.

ReNew Power signs PPA for 400 MW round-the-clock supply

The Indian developer will build a 1,300 MW hybrid renewable energy capacity (900 MW wind plus 400 MW solar) supplemented with storage to ensure a round-the-clock supply. The project cost is estimated at approximately US$ 1.2 billion.


SECI tenders 1.2 GW solar in Karnataka

Developers have until September 3 to bid for the solar projects to be set up on a build-own-operate basis in Karnataka.