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Gensol Engineering secures 422.5 MWp of solar projects

Gensol Engineering has secured the EPC contracts for a 350 MW DC solar power project in Rajasthan and a 72.5 MW DC PV plant in Maharashtra.

Cleantech Solar commissions 24 MWp off-site PV projects in Maharashtra 

The solar projects will supply power to customers across automotive, pharmaceutical, cement, industrial equipment, and chemical sectors. 

NTPC arm signs MoU for INR 80,000 crore green hydrogen to ammonia project

NTPC Green Energy Ltd (NGEL) will develop a green hydrogen to green ammonia project with a capacity of up to one million tonne per annum (mtpa) in Maharashtra.

AmpIn Energy Transition secures 6 MW solar project with Nagpur Metro Rail

AmpIn Energy Transition (formerly Amp Energy India) has signed a 25-year power purchase agreement for a 6 MWp solar project with the Maharashtra Metro Rail Corp. Ltd (MMRCL), Nagpur Metro Rail Project.

Saatvik Solar appoints channel partner for Maharashtra and Goa region

Gurugram-based Saatvik Solar has appointed Celestial as an exclusive channel partner to market and sell its PV modules in Maharashtra and Goa.

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SJVN gets approval for 6 GW of renewable energy JVs

SJVN Ltd will form joint ventures with Maharashtra State Power Generation Co. Ltd and Assam Power Development Co. Ltd to develop 5 GW and 1 GW of renewable energy projects, respectively.

Tata Power Renewable Energy signs power delivery agreement for 13.2 MW C&I solar plant

Tata Power Renewable Energy will develop a 13.2 MW solar plant for power supply to Force Motors and Jaya Hind Industries.

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Western Coalfields Ltd plans 35 MW of solar plants for self-consumption

CIL Navikarniya Urja Ltd, on behalf of Western Coalfields Ltd (WCL), has invited bids to set up 35 MW of solar plants at WCL’s three sites in Maharashtra.

NPCIL to set up nuclear-powered hydrogen generation plants

Nuclear Power Corp. of India Ltd (NPCIL) is setting up hydrogen generation plants with 10 Nm3 per hour capacity at its Rawatbhata (Rajasthan) and Tarapur (Maharashtra) sites. These plants will produce hydrogen via electrolysis method using nuclear power produced at the site.

Adani Electricity powered Mumbai with 100% renewables on Diwali

Adani Electricity Mumbai Ltd met the electricity needs of its customers in Mumbai entirely from renewable sources, including solar and wind, for an uninterrupted four hours on Diwali.

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