SCCL is tendering an engineering, procurement and construction contract for a grid-interactive solar plant at Singareni Collieries Company’s Ramagundam site in Telangana. Bidding closes on June 15.
The solar plant, located in Telangana, benefits from a 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with the State discom at a fixed tariff of approx. INR 5.35/kWh. It has a remaining useful life of approx. 20 years.
Domestic bids are invited to develop a 10 MW of grid-connected battery energy storage system (BESS) project at NTPC Ramagundam power station on a turnkey basis. The plant should have 40 MWh (10 MW x 4 hours) of storage capacity. Bidding closes on May 23.
The 100MW floating solar project at NTPC Ramagundam Thermal Power Plant in Telangana has reached 80MW of operational capacity with the recent commissioning of 42.5MW.
State-owned coal miner The Singareni Collieries Company Limited has invited bids from project management consultants for its 250 MWp DC floating solar power plant in Telangana. The selection will be made through domestic competitive bidding followed by reverse auction.
The Indian solar manufacturer currently has 750 MW of cell and module factory in Hyderabad and plans to more than triple this capacity with the addition of 2 GW mono PERC. The capacity augmentation is planned over the next two years with an investment of INR 1,200 crore. The equity capital from GEF will support the expansion.
The Haryana-based developer has agreed to acquire 260 MW of operating solar projects in Telangana and a 99 MW hydropower project in Uttarakhand for around INR 28.5 billion (US$ 384 million).
The Indian manufacturer has opened a new facility in Telangana with an annual cell and module production capacity of 750 MW.
The Indian solar manufacturer has started trial production of high-efficiency solar cells at its new Telangana site. The fab can produce 19.2%-efficient multi-crystalline cells using MCCE textured black silicon, as well as making 22.5%-efficient mono PERC products.
The floating solar plant, being set upon the raw water reservoir area at Ramagundam Thermal Power Plant in Telangana, is divided into 40 discrete array blocks of 2.5MW (AC) each. The module cleaning system is to be designed for each 2.5 MW network.
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