2.2 GW RE Projects Tendered In India
GUVNL Seeking Bidders For 800 MW Solar Plant In Gujarat; NLC India Launches Tender For 1.4 GW RE
Tuesday, 23 May 2023
The Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd (GUVNL) is inviting bids for grid connected solar PV projects of up to 800 MW capacity, with a greenshoe option of an additional 800 MW to be set up at Khavda Solar Park in Gujarat, while NLC India Limited is on the l.
India: Solar PV Tenders From NLC India & TPCODL
NLC India Seeking Bidders For 300 MW Solar In Rajasthan; TOCODL’s Call For 180 MW Under PM-KUSUM
Thursday, 13 Oct 2022
Indian government owned lignite miner and power generator NLC India Limited is inviting bids for 300 MW grid connected solar PV capacity for Rajasthan, while Odisha discom TP Central Odisha Distribution (TPCODL) wants to have 180 MW solar capacity set up to solarize individual water pumps.
100 MW AC Tender Launched By NLC India
NLC India Limited Soliciting Bids For 100 MW AC Solar Power Capacity
Wednesday, 11 May 2022
State owned lignite mining and power generation company NLC India Limited is looking for solar power companies to set up a 100 MW AC interstate transmission system (ISTS) connected PV project in the country.
India PV News Snippets: REIL, Myntra, MNRE, NLC
REIL Tender For 200,000 Solar Cells; Solar Powered Fulfiment Centers For Myntra; MNRE To Launch Tender For Component B Under PM-KUSUM Scheme; NLC India Launches 10 MW Solar EPC Tender
Monday, 14 Dec 2020
Myntra CEO Amit Nagaram said 2 out of 4 of its fulfilment centers near Mumbai and Gurgaon have been fitted with solar panels which will be able to generate electricity to meet 35% of its operational demand.
Indian Mining Firm: 1 GW Solar In Tamil Nadu
NLC India Enters MoU With TANGEDCO To Develop 1 GW Solar Power Capacity & Other Mining Projects In Tamil Nadu For INR 238 Billion ($3.32 Billion)
Tuesday, 29 Jan 2019
Setting up 1 GW solar power capacity and other mining projects in Tamil Nadu under an MoU signed between NLC India and TANGEDCO is expected to generate direct employment for 1,250 and indirect employment for 7,500 people.
500 MW NLC Tender For Tamil Nadu
Indian State Company NLC Invites Interested Bidders To Develop 500 MW Capacity In South India
Wednesday, 07 Dec 2016
Indian government backed public sector unit NLC India Limited had issued tenders to set up PV projects of 500 MW capacity in the state of Tamil Nadu. The tender documents can be bought for $449 until December 19, 2016.
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