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Coal India to set up 600 MW solar plants in 4 states

Solar Energy Corporation of India has already floated tenders for development of solar capacity in the second phase

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

State-run mining major Coal India will develop solar power plants of 600 MW capacity in four states, including West Bengal and Maharashtra, under the second phase of its plan to set up a total 1,000 MW green energy plants. The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has already floated tenders for development of solar capacity in the second phase. Coal India has signed an agreement with SECI for setting up of solar power plants of total 1000 MW capacity in different parts of the country. "In the first phase, CIL is going to set up 2x100 MW solar power plants in ...

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Coal India to set up 600 MW solar plants in 4 states

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Solar Energy Corporation of India has already floated tenders for development of solar capacity in the second phase State-run mining major Coal India will develop solar power plants of 600 MW capacity in four states, including West Bengal and Maharashtra, under the second phase of its plan to set up a total 1,000 MW green energy plants. The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has already floated tenders for development of solar capacity in the second phase. Coal India has signed an agreement with SECI for setting up of solar power plants of total 1000 MW capacity in different parts of the country. "In the first phase, CIL is going to set up 2x100 MW solar power plants in ... image
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Coal India to set up 600 MW solar plants in 4 states

Solar Energy Corporation of India has already floated tenders for development of solar capacity in the second phase

State-run mining major Coal India will develop solar power plants of 600 MW capacity in four states, including West Bengal and Maharashtra, under the second phase of its plan to set up a total 1,000 MW green energy plants. The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has already floated tenders for development of solar capacity in the second phase. Coal India has signed an agreement with SECI for setting up of solar power plants of total 1000 MW capacity in different parts of the country. "In the first phase, CIL is going to set up 2x100 MW solar power plants in ...

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