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SJVN Bags 83 MW Floating Solar Project in Madhya Pradesh

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SECI Invites Bids For Setting Up 30 MW Floating Solar PV On DVC Reservoirs


The Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited (SECI) floated tender for setting up of grid connected 30 MW Floating Solar PV (FSPV) plants on raw water reservoirs of Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) Thermal Power Plants at Koderma, Mejia and Raghunathpur Thermal Power stations. The tender is invited in single stage two envelope bidding followed by e-reverse auction under e-tendering. Final date for online submission of bids is August 1 and the bids will be opened on the same day.


PJTSAU Invites Bids for 1 MW Rooftop Solar System in Telangana

Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU) issued tender for Design, Manufacture, Supply, Erection, Testing and Commissioning Including Warranty, Operation & Maintenance of 1 MW Grid connected roof-top solar photovoltaic and small solar power plants in RESCO mode at various University Buildings of PJTSAU at different locations in Telangana State. The scope of work also includes the operation and maintenance of the project for 25 years. The last date to submit the bid is 28th June 2022 and the bids will be opened on 29th June.

BPCL Issues Expression of Interest for Commissioning of 5 MW Green Hydrogen Facility

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) issued invitation for expression of interest (EOI) For Design, Engineering, Supply, Installation and Commissioning of 5 MW Electrolyser and Associated System for production of Green Hydrogen and Hydrogen Blending with Natural Gas in City Gas Distribution (CGD) Network from Any Indian/Global Company/their Consortium/Affiliates/Representatives. Bidders should be well-respected water electrolyser or natural gas blending companies, or engineering firms that are associated with water electrolyser tech.

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Andhra Pradesh Govt Clears Adani Green Energy Projects Worth Rs 15.740 Cr

Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy cleared Adani Green Energy’s pump storage projects with a total capacity of 3,700 MW. The State Investment Promotion Board (SIPB), reviewed the project on Wednesday. Reddy approved the investment proposal of Rs 15,740 crore. This is part of the total proposed investment by Adani Group of Rs 60,000 crore in the state Of Andhra Pradesh. It was discussed at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos. The project will create 10,000 jobs in four districts of Andhra Pradesh.

Uttar Pradesh Gets Investment Proposals in Clean Energy worth Rs. 4782 Crore

Uttar Pradesh’s energy transition, which aims to create a cleaner environment is on the rise with strong support from major investors in renewable energy sources. This is evident in investment proposals in Clean Energy at the GBC3 (third ground breaking ceremony) worth Rs 4782 crore. Uttar Pradesh is a top investment destination for renewables. It creates an environment for sustainable and green energy development.

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Jalaun is the most invested project in the category of projects exceeding Rs 500 crore. It has 2 solar plants located at Orai villages by the hydroelectric power generation company SJVN Ltd. The total investment amount to Jalaun is Rs 791 crore. SJVN has three Solar Power Projects implemented in Uttar Pradesh. This investment amounts to Rs 1000 crore. Their third Solar Power Project, which is located in Kanpur, is the second of two projects in Jalaun.

MSPGCL Invites Bids for 105 MW Grid-connected Floating Solar Project

The Maharashtra State Power Generation Company Limited (MSPGCL) has invited proposals to develop a a 105 MW floating solar project with a grid connection at Erai Dam Solar Park, Maharashtra’s Chandrapur. All bid proposals must be submitted online no later than July 15, 2022. The bids will be announced the same day. MSPGCL will purchase power from the project and sell it to Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company. Tender fees of Rs. 25,000/- (Indian Rupees Twenty Five Thousand Only) +18% GST through online payment. Rs. 5,00,000 + 18% GST is the document processing fee for the.

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TEDA To Set Up Solar Powered Charging Station at Tamil Nadu Secretariat

Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency (TEDA) would be setting up solar powered charging stations, one at the Secretariat and another at the DPI campus in Nungambakkam. These charging stations would cost one crore and would be funded through Tamil Nadu Innovation Initiatives (TANII). After all necessary orders have been passed, TANII will release the funds. The charging stations would be operational by the end of year. According to a TEDA official, the initiative aims to encourage private players to use solar power to install charging stations in public places. These two spots were chosen because they are home to many government vehicles, in addition to private vehicles.

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