NLC India Ltd (NLCIL) today commissioned its 130 MW solar power project in Neyveli, Tamil Nadu.
"As part of fulfulling its commitment towards the green initiatives...NLCIL has now crossed as significant milestone by commissioning its prestigious 130 MW solar power project on January 1, 2018," the ocmpany said in a filing to the BSE.
Coal Secretary Susheel Kumar, who inaugurated the project, said NLCIL was significantly delivering its share in renewable energy arena in line with country's agenda of 175 GW of power genartion capacity from green sources.
The 130 MW solar project has been implemented in two blocks of 65 MW each.
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