Adani Green Energy has signed an agreement with Sterling & Wilson to acquire its 75 MW of operating solar projects for around INR 446 crore. The projects are located in Telangana.
The Indian developer has signed an agreement with the Canadian developer to acquire its 50 MW Telangana solar project at an enterprise value of around INR 317 crore.
The Telangana-headquartered lithium-iron-phosphate (LFP) battery manufacturer has teamed up with Las Vegas-headquartered Barrel Energy to develop and manufacture lithium batteries for electric vehicles. The joint venture will establish factories in India and North America.
Indian solar manufacturer Premier Energies is setting up a factory in Telangana with an annual cell and module production capacity of 750 MW. The fab will be equipped to produce large-format panels with wafer sizes up to 210mm.
The developer has commissioned a 7.805 MW solar plant for Larsen & Toubro’s metro rail project in Hyderabad. Touted to be one of the largest behind-the-meter solar projects in India, the plant will supply electricity to the metro project’s 24 stations and two depots.
The floating solar capacity will come upon the reservoir of Manair Dam in Telangana and will be in addition to 300 MW PV plants being set up at the company areas.
The floating restaurants and boats shall have on-board Li-ion battery storage to continuously power main motors and utility loads for six hours on a single charge. The batteries shall be charged by solar power and AC current from the shore to ensure the loads’ uninterrupted operation.
Bangalore-based Nunam—which enables second life for used lithium-ion battery cells—is the winner of Pulse India competition conducted by French energy giant EDF. The EDF contest aims at supporting Indian startups committed to developing low-carbon and sustainable energy solutions.
Telangana-based Novus Green has won two contracts from state-owned coal miner Singareni Collieries Company Limited, under which it will provide EPC services for two grid-interactive floating solar power plants with a combined capacity of 15 MW (AC).
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