Malaysia’s oil and gas major Petronas’ subsidiary Amplus Solar on Monday announced it has received government’s approval for setting up two solar projects totalling 150 MW in the state of Haryana at a cost of Rs 750 crore.
“Amplus had signed an MoU with Department of Renewable Energy, Govt for Haryana, in 2016 to invest Rs. 1,000 crore in solar sector in line with the Haryana Solar Policy that has a target of 3200 MW solar projects,” the company said in an official release.
According to the company, Amplus will set-up these projects under group captive model in Sirsa and Bhiwani districts, for which the company has already acquired 575 acres of land under long-term lease. Read More
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