NLC India Limited has proposed to set up solar power plants at the cost of 2,170 crore with a total capacity of 500 Megawatt in various parts of Tamil Nadu. The company has floated tenders and received quotations from different firms for setting up of the plants with capacity not less than 50MW each.
Power generated from the proposed solar plants will be fed to Tamil Nadu power generation and distribution corporation (Tangedco). The company has already signed a power purchase agreement with Tangedco. It has proposed to generate 83 crore units of power per annum through the proposed solar plants. Power generation will commence within 13 months from the date of work order given to the selected firms. Read More…
Credit By: Energy Economic Times
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