Uttar Pradesh government’s tender calling for bids for 550 MW grid-connected solar photovoltaic (PV) power received a huge response with as many as eight developers submitting bids for 795 MW.
Companies that have submitted bids are National Thermal Power Corporation, Mahoba Solar (Adani), Bastille Solar, Giriraj Solar, Jakson Power, Tata Power Renewables, Sukhbir Agro Energy and Vijay Printing Press.
Speaking to FE, an official of UP New and Renewable Energy Development Agency (UPNEDA), the nodal agency, said that while Mahoba Solar (Adani) has emerged as the largest bidder by bidding for 250 MW (5*50 MW), Bastille Power hasbid for 140 MW (2*70 MW).
Tata Power and Giriraj have both bid for 100 MW, NTPC has bid for 85 MW. Sukhbir Agro and Jakson each have bid for 50 MW and Vijay Printing Press has bid for 20 MW. Read More
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