Bundelkhand Saur Urja Limited (BSUL) has invited proposals to develop grid-connected solar power projects in the Jalaun Solar Park of Uttar Pradesh. May 18 is the deadline for submission.
The Delhi based manufacturer has added a new fully automatic manufacturing line equipped with the latest mono-Perc, half-cut multi-busbar cells technology.
NTPC has invited bids to carry out the feasibility study for canal-top, elevated-module mounting structure and floating solar at its Tanda thermal power station in the Ambedkar Nagar district.
The solar project-ready site will be developed by state-run hydropower company THDC in a joint venture with the Uttar Pradesh New & Renewable Energy Development Agency. The International Finance Corporation will lend its expertise to attract private investment for the public-private partnership.
The Bihar-based rural clean energy services provider has received US$4 million from India Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA) to construct 140 microgrids in the states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
The Chinese manufacturer will supply its 3.125 MW central inverter solution SG3125HV for the 75 MW solar power project being set up by state-owned hydropower producer SJVN Limited.
Tata Power’s renewable energy capacity in operation has swelled to 3,055 MW (2,123 MW of solar and 932 MW wind) with the latest addition of 50 MW PV plants each at Prayagraj and Banda.
The State-owned hydropower producer has been awarded 75 MW of grid-connected solar projects in the Jalaun district and 50 MW in the Kanpur Dehat district. Power generated from these projects shall be procured by the Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development Agency (UPNEDA) for 25 years.
Adani Transmission Limited has completed the construction of an 897 circuit km transmission line in Uttar Pradesh. With this, its operational and under-construction assets add up to more than 18,300 circuit km.
Uttar Pradesh needs to ramp up solar installations to not only meet its own renewable energy (RE) targets but also to avoid holding back India’s performance on its targets of 175 GW of RE capacity by 2022 and 500 GW of non-fossil fuel capacity by 2030, says a new report.
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