- UREDA has launched a tender seeking proposals for 200 MW grid connected solar PV power project capacity
- Interested developers are expected to set up these projects within the state of Uttarakhand under the state’s solar energy policy
- Companies have time till March 15, 2019 to submit their proposals
The Uttarakhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (UREDA) is seeking proposals from interested developers to establish 200 MW of aggregate capacity of grid connected PV power projects in the state of Uttarakhand as part of its Uttarakhand Solar Energy Policy-2013 (Amended-2018).
In a brief request for proposals (RFP) notice, UREDA has said that March 15, 2019 is the last date to submit proposals.
In April 2017, Rays Power Infra commissioned a 78 MW solar power plant in Uttarakhand after having won the project in a competitive procurement round conducted by UREDA in 2015-16 (see 78 MW PV Online In Uttarakhand). French renewable energy company EDF Energies Nouvelles switched on 3 solar power projects with 87 MW capacity, of which the 36 MW projects in Uttarakhand were installed in collaboration with Eren Renewable Energy (see EDF Commissions 87 MW PV In India).