From pv journal India

Tata Energy Photo voltaic has secured a 300 MW photo voltaic mission in India from state-owned hydropower producer NHPC, following a latest 1 GW win from SJVN.

The 300 MW mission, value INR 1,731 crore ($223 million), will likely be developed in Rajasthan below the Central Public Sector Enterprise (CPSU) scheme. Below the CPSU scheme, state-run energy producers are supplied monetary assist to arrange photo voltaic crops for self-use or to be used by different authorities entities, both straight or by means of electrical energy distribution corporations.

The CPSU scheme mandates using home photo voltaic cells and modules. It offers viability hole funding to cowl the price distinction between home and imported photo voltaic cells and modules.

The mission is scheduled for commissioning inside 18 months from the award of the contract. As soon as operational, it’s anticipated to generate roughly 750 million models of electrical energy per 12 months. With this win, Tata Energy’s pending order e-book has reached INR 13,500 crore, and its whole utility-scale photo voltaic mission portfolio has hit 9.7 GWp.

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