22 October 2019

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NTPC FOR ORISSA THERMAL POWER HUB

National Thermal Power Corporation is planning to make Odisha's Talcher town a major power hub with a 3,000 MW capacity addition. The state run company is planning to add 1,320 MW in the Talcher Thermal Power station while in the super thermal power station it is planning to add another 1,600 MW. It is reported coal linkages for the plants are available from the state-run Mahanadi Coalfields, although there were issues regarding ash disposal. Once the issue is sorted out the capacity addition will start.

 

VOLVO PENTA POWERED STERLING DG SETS

Powered by Volvo Penta, Sterling Generators will now be manufacturing its new generation DG sets in India. The new range of DG sets is between 250KVA – 650KVA. The Volvo Penta Diesel Generator Set has enhanced operating economy, environmental performance, and effective combustion of the products and produces low exhaust emissions and decreases fuel consumption. The new generation DG sets from Sterling Generators powered by Volvo Penta engines are fuel efficient and produce a consistent performance that will provide you electricity for years to come. The DG sets also offers ease in service and support. The product’s premium design combined with a reliable engine after treatment system also offers increased uptime and low cost of ownership.

 

STERLING AND WILSON’S SOLAR PLANT FOR MP

Sterling and Wilson, the Shapoorji Pallonji Group owned company, has set up a 32 MW solar power plant in Madhya Pradesh. The leading solar EPC major has installed a plant for Clean Solar Power (Dhar), a SPV floated by Hero Future Energies. The project is located at Goyalkhedi village near Ratlam in Madhya Pradesh. The company has offered design, engineering, supply, fabrication, construction, inspection, installation, testing and commissioning of the complete the solar power plant. The project is spread over an area of 171.60 acre.

               

SUNEDISON TO INVEST $15 BN IN INDIA

Renewable power generation major SunEdison Inc plans to invest $15 billion in India by 2022 towards development of solar and wind projects across the country. India’s growth in the renewable energy market and opportunities expected in the next five years from emerging markets like India and China is the main cause for the company’s investment plant. As a part of its expansion, the company targets to develop solar and wind projects with a total power generation capacity of 15 gigawatts in India. The company had earlier this year entered into a joint venture worth $2 billion with Adani Group to build a factory to manufacture equipment for solar power plants.

 

SUZLON BAGS 90 MW WIND TURBINE ORDER

Wind turbine manufacturer, Suzlon Energy has bagged orders to supply 90.3 MW wind turbines to ReNew Power for a project in Andhra Pradesh. According to the order acquired, Suzlon will install 43 of its S97 turbines in Anathpur district with a hub height of 90 m and 2.1 MW of rated capacity. The project will be jointly developed by both the companies. Apart from this, Suzlon is also building a 100.8 MW wind farm in Rajasthan and has already commissioned a 98.7 plant for ReNew Power.

 

WORK STARTS ON 4 MW NAGAPATTINAM SOLAR

State owned, Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has commenced construction work on its 4 MW solar power project at Muttam in Nagapttinam district of Tamil Nadu. The project involves a cost of Rs 31 crore and will be developed on 20 acres of land.  IOC has entrusted the construction work on the project to Tata Power Solar Systems Ltd. The project is being set up with an objective to promote and use green energy and reduce the carbon footprint.

 

10,000 MW SOLAR PARK IN RAJASTHAN

Adani Renewable Energy Park, a subsidiary of the Gautam Adani led Adani Group, has inked a pact with the Rajasthan government to set up 10,000 MW solar park. The project will be executed as a ‘50:50 joint venture’, and on completion will emerge as the largest such facility in India. The proposed park is expected to attract investments worth over Rs 60,000 crore and includes generation projects and a manufacturing unit for solar module, parts and equipment. Adani itself plans to generate 5,000 MW power in the proposed solar park.

 

BHEL COMMISSIONS HIMACHAL PROJECT

State-run Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) fully commissioned fourth unit of the 800 MW Koldam hydro electric power project in Himachal Pradesh. The initiative marks the first hydro project owned by the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC). Located at the embankment on River Sutlej in Mandi district, the facility has four Francis turbines which were manufactured by BHEL. The turbines operate at a height of 131.2 m. BHEL has supplied and executed the installation of the turbines at the plant along with associated synchronous generators, static excitation system, main inlet valves, digital governors and control and monitoring system (SCADA), associated station auxiliaries and electrical and mechanical balance of plant (BoP) equipment. Now fully operational, the hydro power generating facility will be able to supply 3,054GWH of renewable energy per year.

 




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