From pv journal India

SJVN has launched a bidding to produce 1.5 GW of steady and dispatchable energy from renewable energy tasks with power storage methods. Initiatives could be constructed wherever in India, so long as they’re linked to the interstate transmission grid.

The collection of renewable builders can be finished via tariff-based aggressive bidding. Bidding will shut on July 20, with technical bids opening the next day.

SJVN not too long ago signed an settlement with Maharashtra State Energy Technology Co. (MAHAGENCO) to develop 5 GW of renewable power tasks within the Indian state of Maharashtra.

In February, it was mentioned that is getting ready to put in a 700 MW photo voltaic plant in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. It signed an settlement with the Uttar Pradesh State Industrial Improvement Authority to take a position $ 423.4 million within the development of the mission.

SJVN targets 25 GW of energy technology capability by 2030, with greater than half of that coming from photo voltaic and wind sources.

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