Bidders have until August 25 to lodge the interest for design, engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) work of a 25 MW floating solar plant in Khandwa district.
Private equity investor Actis has completed the acquisition of Haryana-based Acme Solar’s 400 MW PV assets in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.
The Bhander town in Datia district will now host a 100 MW solar plant in place of a gas-based plant approved earlier. The plant—set up over 105 hectares area—will be established by Essar Power at an investment of around Rs 700 crore.
The project—set up in Madhya Pradesh—is one of the world’s largest single-site solar power plants. It is also India’s first PV project to supply power to an inter-state open-access customer.
Bidders now have until June 26 to bid for installation and commissioning of standalone off-grid solar water pumping systems in the State of Madhya Pradesh.
The hydropower producer—which recently diversified into solar power projects—has invited global applications as it seeks to empanel EPC agencies and module manufacturers for its solar projects. June 22 is the last date to lodge the interest.
The successful bidders shall supply balance-of-system (BOS) and install and commission the solar pumping systems with modules supplied by the Central Electronics Limited. Bidding closes on May 25.
The developer has achieved a first for India and announced another 3 GW of clean energy capacity will be on the way in the next 18 months.
November 4 is the last date to bid for the NTPC Mandsaur plant, which uses 40 numbers of 1250 KW grid-interactive power conditioning units (inverters).
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