Punjab-based ST Cottex India is getting a 5 MWp rooftop solar plant installed at its yarn manufacturing unit in Ludhiana. Mumbai-based EPC solutions provider Roofsol Energy is doing the ‘OPEX’ mode installation.
The industry body wrote the State’s new bill to redetermine solar tariffs will render the already operating projects unviable and power producers will find it difficult to repay their loans. It sought the law minister’s intervention in highlighting their concerns to the President with whom the Bill is presently pending approval.
The state-owned hydropower producer has landed a 100 MW solar project from the Punjab State Power Corporation Ltd at INR 2.69/kWh tariff.
The renewables-powered mini-grid with 50kW peak system capacity was recently installed at the residential colony of the institute’s Center for Excellence in Farm Machinery (CoEFM) in Punjab. It uses solar trees of different capacities and biodiesel-run generators to provide uninterrupted power.
January 4 is the last date for EPC contractors, manufacturers and system integrators to submit techno-commercial bids for grid-connected rooftop solar capacity that shall come up in residential premises and residential welfare associations/group housing society premises in the state.
With the latest acquisition, the total operating renewable portfolio of the joint venture between Adani Green Energy and the French oil and gas major has reached 2,353 MW.
The purchased solar portfolio is relatively young, with average remaining power purchase agreement life of around 21 years.
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