Fortum has signed an agreement to sell a 54% share of its solar power company operating four solar power plants in India to UK Climate Investments (40%) and Elite Alfred Berg (14%). Elite Alfred Berg has the option to buy up to an additional 16% from Fortum. The total capacity of this portfolio is 185 MW. In this partnership, Fortum will retain a significant minority ownership in the solar power company and continue to provide operation and maintenance services based on a long-term agreement.
Tata Power today said it has bagged the contract for setting up a 150-MW solar project in the state from the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company.
In Australia, Enel Green Power’s Bungala Solar One plant has made its first synchronization. With its first kWh put into the distribution grid, our solar plant is switched on. It will enter into operation definitively by the end of 2018.
With 18 days earlier than scheduled, the photovoltaic solar plant in Australia has started to contribute its energy to the growth of renewables in the country.
The Solar Energy Corporation of India will await proposals in an ongoing tender for 150 MW of grid-connected floating solar plants in Uttar Pradesh by June 21.