The State-run Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) is likely to conduct a follow-up meeting with solar industry representatives today to discuss the details of its tender for 7.5-GW solar energy projects in Leh and Ladakh region of Jammu & Kashmir.
The tender, which is part of the government’s ambitious plan to build 23-GW solar power projects in Ladakh, had been issued by SECI on December 31, 2018 with last date set for April 30.
As per the Request for Selection (RfS) document, two solar power projects will be built in the Phase-1 — a 2.5-GW project in the Zangla region of Kargil and a 5-GW project in the Pang region of Leh. Read More
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