BHEL to set up two solar photovoltaic plants in Gujarat

BHEL’s solar capacity under execution at Gujarat Solar Park reaches 120 MW

GN Bureau | June 13, 2018


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 BHEL has bagged two orders, valued at Rs 125 crore, for setting up solar photovoltaic (SPV) power plants in Gujarat. Both the plants will be built at Gujarat Solar Park in Gujarat.

The first order for setting up a 20 MW SPV power plant has been placed on BHEL by Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Limited (GACL), while the other for building a 10 MW SPV power plant has been received from Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited (GSFC).
With this,the company’s overall solar portfolio has risen to 580 MW. BHEL is executing over 210 MW of ground-mounted and rooftop SPV projects across the country.
BHEL has been contributing to the national initiatives for developing and promoting renewable energy based products on a sustained basis, since the past three decades. It has enhanced its modern manufacturing lines of solar cells and solar modules. In addition to this, space-grade solar panels and space-grade battery panels are also being manufactured at its Bengaluru plant.
 

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