TIRef.No

  1. 19315175 (Related Document)

Bidding Type

Domestic Competitive Bidding

Project Location

 

Description

Tenders are invited for Design, Supply, Testing, Installation And Commissioning Of Solar Pv Power Plant - 50 Kw

Organisation

MADRAS FERTILIZERS LIMITED (MFL)

Client Address

Manali, Chennai 600 068, Tamil Nadu, Attn.: DGM,, 1, India

Tel

+91044 25945311/312/315

Fax

+91044 25941621

Tender Notice No

EPRO/COMM/SOLARPV/021213/0019 

Deadline

Mon, 02 December 2013

imagesA Hi-tech solar projects, part of a joint venture between Slovenia and India, inaugurated by Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday.The projects are going on at the Fairwood Smart Green Company here.

Slovenia's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec, the country's ambassador to India Darja Bavdaz-Kuret were present during the inauguration.

Hooda said, "Fairwood Smart Green has taken a significant step by investing in renewable sources of energy which will meet the millennium city's requirement and will transform Gurgaon as the green capital of the country,".

He said, "The hilly areas of Panchkula and remote areas of Bhiwani, Rewari and Mahendergarh districts in Haryana will benefit from this technology and the state government will extend all support needed to promote this,".

Providing better energy at economically viable cost in the State was the priority of his government, Hooda said.

He said, Haryana will soon come out with a state solar power policy.

Presently, 195.99 MW of electricity is being produced from renewable sources in the state. These include 73.30 MW from small hydro, 107.20 MW from bio-mass, 4.14 MW from waste, 7.8 MW from solar and 2.74 MW from bio-mass gasification.

As per Erjavec said,  this project will provide employment opportunities and strengthen economic ties between India and Slovenia.The production facility will be addressing the problem of unavailability of power in many regions across India, he said.

Clean energy producer  Greenko Group plc, founded  in 2006 aims to reach 1,000 MW of operational power generation capacity by 2015.

As per a stock market disclosure, it has commissioned first phase of its 51.2 MW Balavenkatpuram wind farm located in Andhra Pradesh in India. Approximately the total cost of the first phase was approximately €40 million ($53.5 million) and uses a GE turbine, which has the potential to deliver close to a 30 per cent capacity in a year.

As per the the company said in the release, "The project is completed a month ahead of schedule and takes Greenko's total generating portfolio to 411 MW, a 38 per cent increase since April 2013. The project has secured a 25-year power purchase agreement with the state of Andhra Pradesh and benefits from the recently increased tariff,".

Anil Chalamalasetty, CEO of Greenkoc said, "Our first two wind farms refined our modular approach to wind farm construction, which is now delivering substantial and predictable growth. As a result, we should double our generating capacity this financial year to 600 MW and remain in line to hit our 2015 target of 1,000 MW,"

Another effort of grid connection for the Balavenkatpuram site's full capacity of 200 MW has also been completed. Its second phase using Gamesa's turbine which would add another 50 MW is currently under construction and on schedule.

This Hyderabad-based Greenko Group is a renewable energy generation company involved in biomass, hydro and wind energy. It aims to reach 2,000 MW of operational capacity by 2018.

Recently, For the supply of 300MW of wind turbines, it had signed up an agreement with Spanish wind turbine company Gamesa.

Thursday, 14 November 2013 09:55

Godawari Solar Thermal plant under criticism

download 813/11/2013

One of the biggest problem related to over generation of power has arised in Asia’s biggest, Godawari Power (GODPI) & Ispat Ltd.’s solar-thermal plan , allaying criticism that the technology was failing in India, a government official said.

As Tarun Kapoor, head of solar policy at the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy said, Godawari’s 50-megawatt project is at times generating 10 megawatts more than its stated capacity.

“People were saying that solar thermal was not going to work out in India,” Kapoor said at the Intersolar conference in Mumbai today. “That has now been proven wrong.”

Out of seven solar-thermal generators plant in India, Godawari’s plant is the first one . The remaining six have had their deadlines extended to February from May, Kapoor said. He said, Plants by Reliance Power Ltd. (RPWR) and Megha Engineering & Infrastructures Ltd. should be finished soon.

For producing steam to run conventional turbines, this solar -thermal technology focuses sunlight on liquids then the process of  power generation start there.

Using photovoltaic panels is the another best way of  producing electricity from sunlight. 

Thursday, 14 November 2013 09:46

Godawari Solar Thermal plant under criticism

download 813/11/2013

One of the biggest problem related to over generation of power has arised in Asia’s biggest, Godawari Power (GODPI) & Ispat Ltd.’s solar-thermal plan , allaying criticism that the technology was failing in India, a government official said.

As Tarun Kapoor, head of solar policy at the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy said, Godawari’s 50-megawatt project is at times generating 10 megawatts more than its stated capacity.

“People were saying that solar thermal was not going to work out in India,” Kapoor said at the Intersolar conference in Mumbai today. “That has now been proven wrong.”

Out of seven solar-thermal generators plant in India, Godawari’s plant is the first one . The remaining six have had their deadlines extended to February from May, Kapoor said. He said, Plants by Reliance Power Ltd. (RPWR) and Megha Engineering & Infrastructures Ltd. should be finished soon.

For producing steam to run conventional turbines, this solar -thermal technology focuses sunlight on liquids then the process of  power generation start there.

Using photovoltaic panels is the another best way of  producing electricity from sunlight. 

Thursday, 14 November 2013 09:25

India - Supply of peak load shifter

TIRef.No

  1. 19316320 (Related Document)

Bidding Type

Domestic Competitive Bidding

Project Location

 

Description

Expression of Interest (Eol) from the manufacturers of Solar inverter, for peak load shifter for their tentative empanelment.

Organisation

KERALA STATE ELECTRICITY BOARD (KSEB)

Client Address

Thiruvananthapuram, Kerela, Attn.: Chief Engineer,, 1, India

Tel

+910471-2447404 

Fax

+910471-2558340 

Deadline

Tue, 26 November 2013

Clean energy producer  Greenko Group plc, founded  in 2006 aims to reach 1,000 MW of operational power generation capacity by 2015.

As per a stock market disclosure, it has commissioned first phase of its 51.2 MW Balavenkatpuram wind farm located in Andhra Pradesh in India. Approximately the total cost of the first phase was approximately €40 million ($53.5 million) and uses a GE turbine, which has the potential to deliver close to a 30 per cent capacity in a year.

As per the the company said in the release, "The project is completed a month ahead of schedule and takes Greenko's total generating portfolio to 411 MW, a 38 per cent increase since April 2013. The project has secured a 25-year power purchase agreement with the state of Andhra Pradesh and benefits from the recently increased tariff,".

Anil Chalamalasetty, CEO of Greenkoc said, "Our first two wind farms refined our modular approach to wind farm construction, which is now delivering substantial and predictable growth. As a result, we should double our generating capacity this financial year to 600 MW and remain in line to hit our 2015 target of 1,000 MW,"

Another effort of grid connection for the Balavenkatpuram site's full capacity of 200 MW has also been completed. Its second phase using Gamesa's turbine which would add another 50 MW is currently under construction and on schedule.

This Hyderabad-based Greenko Group is a renewable energy generation company involved in biomass, hydro and wind energy. It aims to reach 2,000 MW of operational capacity by 2018.

Recently, For the supply of 300MW of wind turbines, it had signed up an agreement with Spanish wind turbine company Gamesa.

13/11/2013

As compared to the same period last year, thermal and hydro power generation has increased in the month of September 2013.

Last year figure for the same period stood at 55,188.75 MU for thermal power generation and 14,486.93 MU for hydro power generation. But during the month of September 2013,the figure  was 64,247.26 Million Units (MU) for thermal power generation and 14,934.75 MU for hydro power generation .

During the month of September 2013 tshe overall generation was 82,508.37 MU as compared to 73,268.91 MU generation achieved during the corresponding month of the last year.

Capacity Addition

With the commissioning of North Chennai TPS Extension, Unit-I (600 MW) of TNEB, Chhabra TPS Extension, Unit-III (250 MW) of RRVUNL and Kamalanga TPP, unit-II (350 MW) of GMR Energy thermal capacity addition of 1200 MW has been added during the month of September 2013.

Hydro capacity of 165 MW has been added during the month of September, 2013 after commissioning of BhawaniKatalai-II HEP, Unit-II (15 MW) in Tamil Nadu by TANGEDCO, BhawaniKatalai-III HEP, Unit-II (15 MW) in Tamil Nadu by TANGEDCO and Uri-II HEP, Unit-I and III (60 MW each) in J&K by NHPC.

imagesA Hi-tech solar projects, part of a joint venture between Slovenia and India, inaugurated by Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday.The projects are going on at the Fairwood Smart Green Company here.

Slovenia's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec, the country's ambassador to India Darja Bavdaz-Kuret were present during the inauguration.

Hooda said, "Fairwood Smart Green has taken a significant step by investing in renewable sources of energy which will meet the millennium city's requirement and will transform Gurgaon as the green capital of the country,".

He said, "The hilly areas of Panchkula and remote areas of Bhiwani, Rewari and Mahendergarh districts in Haryana will benefit from this technology and the state government will extend all support needed to promote this,".

Providing better energy at economically viable cost in the State was the priority of his government, Hooda said.

He said, Haryana will soon come out with a state solar power policy.

Presently, 195.99 MW of electricity is being produced from renewable sources in the state. These include 73.30 MW from small hydro, 107.20 MW from bio-mass, 4.14 MW from waste, 7.8 MW from solar and 2.74 MW from bio-mass gasification.

As per Erjavec said,  this project will provide employment opportunities and strengthen economic ties between India and Slovenia.The production facility will be addressing the problem of unavailability of power in many regions across India, he said.

A Hi-tech solar projects, part of a joint venture between Slovenia and India, inaugurated by Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday.The projects are going on at the Fairwood Smart Green Company here.

Slovenia's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec, the country's ambassador to India Darja Bavdaz-Kuret were present during the inauguration.

Hooda said, "Fairwood Smart Green has taken a significant step by investing in renewable sources of energy which will meet the millennium city's requirement and will transform Gurgaon as the green capital of the country,".

He said, "The hilly areas of Panchkula and remote areas of Bhiwani, Rewari and Mahendergarh districts in Haryana will benefit from this technology and the state government will extend all support needed to promote this,".

Providing better energy at economically viable cost in the State was the priority of his government, Hooda said.

He said, Haryana will soon come out with a state solar power policy.

Presently, 195.99 MW of electricity is being produced from renewable sources in the state. These include 73.30 MW from small hydro, 107.20 MW from bio-mass, 4.14 MW from waste, 7.8 MW from solar and 2.74 MW from bio-mass gasification.

As per Erjavec said,  this project will provide employment opportunities and strengthen economic ties between India and Slovenia.The production facility will be addressing the problem of unavailability of power in many regions across India, he said.

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