The tender of the first solar power plant to be set up in the city has been released. With the initial capacity of 30 MW, Haryana Power Generation Corporation Limited (HPGCL) plans to generate a total of 90 MW of solar power here in near future.
The first plant will come up in Sainik Colony of Sector 49 here with an installed capacity of 30 MW and the construction work is expected to start within the designated period after the opening of the bid on November 28.
According to officials concerned, this plant is likely to benefit over 30,000 consumers who will be able to get uninterrupted power supply. Though the district has around 6.5-lakh consumers at present, the supply fell short of the demand, which reaches its peak in summer months. Read More
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