The project involved laying 1,750 circuit kilometers (ckm) of transmission line traversing through Maharashtra, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh, interconnecting the western region to the southern region.
NTPC is accepting bids to set up a 120 MW ground-mounted and 56 MW floating solar PV project at its Ramagundam superthermal power station in Telangana. Bidding closes on Oct. 20.
Executive director Vikramadithya Gourineni told pv magazine their Telangana factory will produce lithium ferro phosphate (LFP) and nickel-manganese-cobalt (NMC) chemistry cells.
March 14 is the deadline to lodge an interest in installing and commissioning grid-connected rooftop solar plants in various sizes for residential consumers in the State.
State-owned Singareni Collieries Co. Ltd (SCCL) has commissioned 5 MW of its planned 15 MW floating solar plant at the Singareni Thermal Power Station reservoir in Telangana. The plant was built by Hyderabad-headquartered Novus Green Energy Systems using glass-to-glass PV modules.
The automotive battery major will invest INR 9,500 crore over the next ten years to set up a 16 GWh lithium cell factory, 5 GWh battery pack assembly unit, and research and innovation center in Telangana.
The company already has a state-of-the-art lithium battery recycling plant in Roorkee, Uttarakhand, with a recovery efficiency of more than 98% across various battery materials. It said the new plant in Telangana will increase its Li-ion battery recycling capacity to 19,500 MT by the end of 2023 from the current 4,500 MT.
The Indian manufacturer’s facility at Electronic City in Telangana has become the first LEED Gold-rated solar cell and module manufacturing facility in India. It received the stringent green building rating from the US Green Building Council.
The Indian renewable energy producer has acquired 55 MW of operating solar assets from module manufacturer Emmvee. The capacity includes 40 MW of utility-scale PV plants in Karnataka and 15 MW of commercial scale in Telangana.
Visaka Industries’ patented Atum solar roof will cover a 4,200 sq.ft area and produce 70 kW of power to run the lab at Anant University’s Ahmedabad campus.
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