Sprng Energy, Actis’s second energy Platform in India, is proud to announce the complete commissioning of its first renewable energy project in India.
NTPC Wins 100 Mw Solar Capacities in SECI's 250 MW Tender At Dondaicha Solar Park, Dhule, Maharashtra
NTPC School of Business achieves 100% summer placement
06th May, 2019
The NTPC School of Business (NSB), one of India’s premier management institutes for the power sector has achieved 100% summer placement for its first PGDM (Energy Management) batch. Under the institute’s Summer Internship Program (SIP), a host of renowned companies including the Indian Energy Exchange, Power Trading Corporation, Power Finance Corporation, AMP Solar, ACME Solar, GMR Trading, participated in the process, offering internships to the students.
Dr. Gireesh C. Tripathi, Deputy Director General (NSB) and Dr. Sunil Maheshwari (Professor IIM-A), Chairman of Governance Committee of NSB congratulated the students and the placement cell for this remarkable feat shortly after the process for the institute’s first batch concluded.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Tripathi stated, “NSB is committed to developing the capability of the students and enhancing their marketability in the domain of energy business. We are delighted with the response we have received from recruiters for our SIP program and are confident that we will achieve 100% placement for all our batches in future.”
Last year, the NTPC School of Business and India’s leading management institute, The Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad, joined hands to create a world class research institute for policy prescription at NSB. As part of the agreement, IIM-A will handhold NSB, for a period of 5 years, in order to create a distinguished faculty at NSB and offer a host of specialised courses covering various aspects of the energy and power sectors.
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NTPC wins 100 mw solar capacities in seci's 250 mw tender at dondaicha solar park, district dhule, Maharashtra
14th May, 2019
NTPC participated in the tender floated by Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) for 250 MW grid connected Solar projects at Dondaicha Solar Park , District, Dhule, Maharashtra. In the Reverse Auction held today NTPC has won 100 MW of Solar capacities at a tariff of Rs 2.91/Unit.
This 100 MW of solar project shall be set up by NTPC under EPC mode and shall add to the installed capacity of NTPC. With this NTPC'S total capacity won under tariff based competitive bidding goes to 345 MW.
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Novus Green Commissions a 1MW ground mount fixed tilt solar power plant in Trichi International Airport. Mr Anuj Agarwal, board member of Airport Authority (AAI) inaugurated the power plant on 27th April in the presence of Airport Director Mr. K Gunasekaran and senior AAI officials.
Oriano Solar Commissions 18.75 MWp For Aditya Birla Renewables In Chhattisgarh
Vikram Solar, one of India’s leading module manufacturers and a prominent rooftop solar & EPC solutions provider, today announced its assessment by Black & Veatch for the bankability of the solar panels manufactured at the company’s plant in West Bengal.
32GW of renewable energy tenders added in the last quarter of the year
The state-of-the-art 24 MW floating solar power plant demonstrates AM International group’s commitment towards sustainable and renewable energy resources Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India & Singapore – Business Wire India
Ministry of New & Renewable Energy held a ‘Chintan Baithak’ with the stakeholders of Renewable Energy sector here today.
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Lubi Electronics Takes Proud By Becoming Empanelled Channel Partner With MSEDCL to install the solar water pump sets in Maharashtra under the scheme of “Mukhyamantri Saur Krishi Pump Yojana”.