The company has landed a substation extension package to help strengthen power transmission from Bhadla Solar Park in the Indian State of Rajasthan. It shall also work on grid extension in Southern India.
Developers have until December 29 to bid for setting up floating solar projects on ten reservoirs in Kerala. The bidders must quote for a minimum of 100 MW involving at least three reservoir sites.
December 8 is the bidding deadline to set up solar power plants on uncultivable farmland for selling the generated power to the State Discoms. The ceiling tariff is fixed at INR 3.66/kWh. The plants, in sizes of 500 kW to 2 MW, shall come upon land within a 5 km radius of substations in the State.
The system is claimed to be India’s largest residential on-grid residential solar installation using 540 Wp PV modules. It uses 68 numbers of JA Solar 540 Wp half-cell mono PERC modules and 27kW Fronius inverter.
Tata has landed an INR400 crore contract from Kerala State Electricity Board Limited to install the rooftop capacity for domestic consumers across the state.
Bidders have until August 5 to lodge their interest in engineering, procurement, and construction of the 50 MW grid-interactive floating solar capacity in the Kollam district. The successful bidder shall also provide comprehensive operation and maintenance of the plant for ten years.
The 452 kWp array features 1,300 photovoltaic panels across an acre of water split between two artificial lakes at the airport golf course.
The 50 MW project at the 200 MW Kasargod Solar Park in Kerala was completed well ahead of the scheduled date.
State Discom Kerala State Electricity Board Limited (KSEBL) will procure the solar electricity generated from the project under a 25-year power purchase agreement.
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