Maharashtra

KKR’s India platform will acquire operating renewables assets

Headquartered in Mumbai, Virescent Infrastructure owns 169 MWp of solar assets in Maharashtra and 148 MWp in Tamil Nadu.

India added 883 MW of rooftop solar in nine months despite Covid-19

With 380 MW of generation capacity, Gujarat accounted for 43% of new rooftop solar installations during the January-to-September period.

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Pune bus depots to get solar roofs

Developers have until November 18 to lodge bids to install 10 MW of rooftop generation capacity across bus depots, workshops, and charging stations.

SM Auto partners Taiwan’s Gotech on EV battery packs and BMS

Pune-based SM Auto Engineering, in technical collaboration with Taiwan based Gotech Energy, will set up a state-of-the-art plant in Pune to design, develop and manufacture advanced battery packs and battery management systems for electric vehicles.

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Magenta Power and ematrixmile partner on EV charging network

Magenta’s tie-up with the app-based electric scooter rental service provider is aimed at setting up EV charging infrastructure in Maharashtra, and later nationwide.

Solar modules sought for NTPC’s Solapur project in Maharashtra

Domestic manufacturers have until October 27 to bid for the supply of crystalline solar modules aggregating to a nominal DC capacity of 33.6 MWp.

Commercial solar rooftops dominate as India nears 6 GW

Bridge to India figures show dominance of Chinese inverters, which supplied almost 80% of installs from July last year to the end of June.

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Maharashtra utility seeks installers for 25 MW of solar rooftops

The state electric company has issued a call for expressions of interest in installing the residential arrays.

Tata Power to set up India’s largest solar carport for Tata Motors

The 6.2 MWp ‘carport style’ solar plant at Tata Motors’ Chikhali plant in the Pune district will use 12,896 monocrystalline panels rated 485 Wp each and cover an area of 40,000 sq.m.

Modi loosens the purse strings to help struggling state utilities

Covid-19 hits to demand and bill payment collection have worsened the plight of the nation’s already debt-crippled power distribution companies, prompting the government to order an exceptional relaxation of lending limits.

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