The Telangana government has sought 2000 MW additional power from NTPC to meet the growing power demand in the state, in view of the upcoming Kaleshwaram lift irrigation project, a top TRANSCO official said Thursday.
In the scorching summer months when the solar power industry should be at its best, it is plagued with financial woes. The total outstanding dues of solar-power companies supplying power to Telangana have shot up to ₹2,400 crore, plunging them in a financial crisis.
State-owned BHEL on Tuesday said it has commissioned two more pumping units of Kaleshwaram lift irrigation project in Telangana. The PSU commissioned unit 3 and 4 of 116 MW each.
The Telangana State Renewable Energy Development Corporation (TSREDCO) has extended the bid submission date of a tender it had issued on March 3, 2019, for a 31.12 MW grid-connected rooftop solar PV project under the RESCO model.
Telangana will add another 1,000 MW of solar energy capacity in next six to eight months taking the total installed capacity to over 4,500 MW in solar power segment, a senior official said Wednesday.
Distributed solar rooftop company Fourth Partner Energy announced commissioning of eight solar power projects with a capacity of 3,116 Kilo Watt (KW) in Telangana. The projects have been set up under the 1,000 Mw grid-connected roof-top solar PV system scheme of Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI).
In a significant push towards reducing its carbon footprint, Karimnagar, Telangana’s fastest growing town, is going to make it mandatory for commercial establishments, houses, apartment complexes and community halls to install solar panels on rooftops, if their built-up area is more than 2700 square feet (300 square yards).
With temperatures soaring and agriculture power demand rising in the past few days, Telangana on Monday recorded 10,501 MW, the highest peak power demand ever.
State-run electricity distribution companies (discoms) reported financial losses of over Rs 15,000 crore in the first half of this fiscal — as much as the losses incurred by them during the whole of last year (see chart
The Expert Appraisal Committee under the Environment Ministry has given “green signal” to Indian Oil Corporation Ltd for setting up a grass root petroleum storage and distribution terminal in Telangana.