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Ciel & Terre completes 73.4 MWp of India’s largest floating solar plant

The French floating PV specialist completed a 73.4 MWp portion of the 101.6 MWp Kayamkulam solar project in a record 70 days.

Skyfri secures asset operations for 31 MW floating solar project in Kerala

Norway’s Skyfri, which oversees almost 2 GW of solar assets throughout the world, has secured comprehensive asset operations for a 31 MWdc floating solar plant in Kerala.

Tata Power switches on India’s largest floating solar project 

Tata Power’s solar manufacturing and EPC arm has commissioned a 101.6 MWp floating solar project on a waterbody in the backwaters of Kerala. The execution team completed the massive installation within the stipulated time.

NTPC’s 92 MW Kayamkulam floating solar project now fully operational

The 92 MW Kayamkulam floating solar project in Kerala is now fully operational, with its last-part capacity of 35 MW commissioned recently.

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Kerala discom to procure 150 MW of solar power

Solar power generators have until May 30 to lodge their interest in supplying electricity to Kerala State Electricity Board on a short-term basis.

NTPC commissions 35 MW of Kayamkulam floating solar project

State-owned power producer NTPC has commissioned 35 MW of floating solar capacity. About 57 MW out of its 92 MW Kayamkulam floating solar project is now operational.

NTPC commissions 22MW floating solar capacity in Kerala

The capacity is part of NTPC’s 92MW floating solar project at Rajiv Gandhi Gas based Power Station in Kayamkulam.

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Linxon wins two turnkey substation orders from PGCIL

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.

KSEB tenders over 100 MW of floating solar in Kerala

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.

Kerala tenders 40 MW distributed solar under PM KUSUM

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.

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