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Reliance Power to develop 6,000 MW solar power projects in Rajasthan

The company already operates two solar plants in Rajasthan of 40 MW and 100 MW, which was commissioned in November 2014

BS B2B Bureau  |  Jaipur, Rajasthan 

Solar power plant

With an aim to become the largest renewable power company in India,  Anil Ambani-promoted and the Government of (GoR) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop 6,000 MW of projects in the state over the period of next 10 years.
 
In November last year, commissioned its 100-megawatt concentrated (CSP) project at Dhirubhai Ambani at Pokaran in Jaisalmer, The company invested Rs 2,100 crores in the plant, which its claims to be the world's largest project based on compact linear Fresnel reflector (CLFR) technology, provided by Solar - the US subsidiary of SA of France.



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Sun Technique Energy Private Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Power, was awarded the project in December 2010, based on international competitive bidding conducted by NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Limited (a subsidiary of NTPC Ltd).
 
The plant is expected to generate about 250 million kilowatt hours of clean and green energy annually, equivalent to consumption of 2,30,000 households, contributing to the nation’s goal of energy security. The project will reduce India’s CO2 emissions by about 2,40,000 tonnes per year which is equivalent to CO2 sequestered by 6 million tree seedlings grown for 10 years or taking 80,000 cars off the road..
 
The project is the largest investment undertaken by any private sector entity in technology in India. The project is financed through debt from multilateral agencies like Asian Development Bank (ADB), Export Import Bank of the United States, Financerings Maatschappu Voor Ontwikkelingslanden NV (FMO), Netherlands and Axis Bank.

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has an operating portfolio of nearly 6000 MW including 185 MW of renewable energy. The company operates two solar plants in of 100 MW and 40 MW, respectively. Its green portfolio also includes wind power project of 45 MV based in Vashpet, Maharashtra.

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Reliance Power to develop 6,000 MW solar power projects in Rajasthan

The company already operates two solar plants in Rajasthan of 40 MW and 100 MW, which was commissioned in November 2014

The company already operates two solar plants in Rajasthan of 40 MW and 100 MW, which was commissioned in November 2014 With an aim to become the largest renewable power company in India,  Anil Ambani-promoted and the Government of (GoR) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop 6,000 MW of projects in the state over the period of next 10 years.
 
In November last year, commissioned its 100-megawatt concentrated (CSP) project at Dhirubhai Ambani at Pokaran in Jaisalmer, The company invested Rs 2,100 crores in the plant, which its claims to be the world's largest project based on compact linear Fresnel reflector (CLFR) technology, provided by Solar - the US subsidiary of SA of France.

ALSO READ: Concentrating in India: An outlook to 2024

 
Sun Technique Energy Private Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Power, was awarded the project in December 2010, based on international competitive bidding conducted by NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Limited (a subsidiary of NTPC Ltd).
 
The plant is expected to generate about 250 million kilowatt hours of clean and green energy annually, equivalent to consumption of 2,30,000 households, contributing to the nation’s goal of energy security. The project will reduce India’s CO2 emissions by about 2,40,000 tonnes per year which is equivalent to CO2 sequestered by 6 million tree seedlings grown for 10 years or taking 80,000 cars off the road..
 
The project is the largest investment undertaken by any private sector entity in technology in India. The project is financed through debt from multilateral agencies like Asian Development Bank (ADB), Export Import Bank of the United States, Financerings Maatschappu Voor Ontwikkelingslanden NV (FMO), Netherlands and Axis Bank.

ALSO READ: commissions 100 MW plant in Rajasthan
 
has an operating portfolio of nearly 6000 MW including 185 MW of renewable energy. The company operates two solar plants in of 100 MW and 40 MW, respectively. Its green portfolio also includes wind power project of 45 MV based in Vashpet, Maharashtra. image
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Reliance Power to develop 6,000 MW solar power projects in Rajasthan

The company already operates two solar plants in Rajasthan of 40 MW and 100 MW, which was commissioned in November 2014

With an aim to become the largest renewable power company in India,  Anil Ambani-promoted and the Government of (GoR) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop 6,000 MW of projects in the state over the period of next 10 years.
 
In November last year, commissioned its 100-megawatt concentrated (CSP) project at Dhirubhai Ambani at Pokaran in Jaisalmer, The company invested Rs 2,100 crores in the plant, which its claims to be the world's largest project based on compact linear Fresnel reflector (CLFR) technology, provided by Solar - the US subsidiary of SA of France.

ALSO READ: Concentrating in India: An outlook to 2024
 
Sun Technique Energy Private Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Power, was awarded the project in December 2010, based on international competitive bidding conducted by NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Limited (a subsidiary of NTPC Ltd).
 
The plant is expected to generate about 250 million kilowatt hours of clean and green energy annually, equivalent to consumption of 2,30,000 households, contributing to the nation’s goal of energy security. The project will reduce India’s CO2 emissions by about 2,40,000 tonnes per year which is equivalent to CO2 sequestered by 6 million tree seedlings grown for 10 years or taking 80,000 cars off the road..
 
The project is the largest investment undertaken by any private sector entity in technology in India. The project is financed through debt from multilateral agencies like Asian Development Bank (ADB), Export Import Bank of the United States, Financerings Maatschappu Voor Ontwikkelingslanden NV (FMO), Netherlands and Axis Bank.

ALSO READ: commissions 100 MW plant in Rajasthan
 
has an operating portfolio of nearly 6000 MW including 185 MW of renewable energy. The company operates two solar plants in of 100 MW and 40 MW, respectively. Its green portfolio also includes wind power project of 45 MV based in Vashpet, Maharashtra.

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