From pv journal India

Indian hydropower producer NHDC plans to construct a 525 MW pumped storage challenge close to a dam in Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh. It should construct the challenge together with the prevailing Indira Sagar and Omkareshwar reservoirs within the Indira Sagar Mission.

The challenge is anticipated to price $509.21 million and can present 1,226.93 million items of power throughout peak hours, serving to Madhya Pradesh meet its power wants throughout peak power hours. The Division of New & Renewable Vitality, Authorities of Madhya Pradesh has awarded the NHDC challenge.

The potential for 11.2 GW of pumped storage tasks is in Madhya Pradesh. NHDC presently operates two energy stations in Khandwa district: Indira Sagar Energy Station (1 GW) and Omkareshwar Energy Station (520 MW). These energy stations provide all the ability generated in Madhya Pradesh.

There are different ongoing development tasks in Madhya Pradesh, together with an 8 MW photo voltaic array in Sanchi and an 88 MW floating photo voltaic set up within the Omkareshwar Reservoir.

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