Singareni to Install 13 New Solar Energy Plants of 240 MW Capacity
- In an essential meeting of the company, it was determined to develop 13 solar plants in 8 mining areas of Singareni.
- The DPRs of the solar projects were gone over in the conference and also it was chosen that message approval from the board, tenders will certainly also be issued.
With a quest to become a 'net zero' firm in coming years, Singareni Collieries Company Ltd (SCCL) will certainly increase its solar energy projects by 240 MW as part of the second phase of solar power advancement. The company is had by the Telangana Government.
Singareni will finish the first phase of solar energy development as 300 MW installation will complete. In a key meeting held by the CMD of the company, N. Sridhar, it was decided to set up 13 solar plants in eight mining areas of Singareni. The DPRs of the solar projects were reviewed and it was chosen that message approval from the board, tenders will certainly be issued.
The location where solar energy plants will be established by Singareni are: Sathupalli (35 MW), Srirampur-Chennur (27.5 MW), Mandamarri (65 MW), Thermal Power Plant (37.5 MW), Ramagundam 3 (41 MW) Bhupalpally (12 MW), Ramagundam 1 (5 MW) and also Yellandu (15 MW).
Previous Solar Quest
The very first phase of solar projects is being created by Singareni. It has actually currently appointed 224 MW as well as the continuing to be 76 MW capacity will certainly quickly be brought online. These make nine solar power installations and also 224 MW is currently helping Singareni to conserve concerning Rs 300 crore annually in energy expenses.
Currently, Singareni is taking in concerning 750 million units of electricity annually that costs it regarding Rs 600 crore. The company began purchasing solar power two years ago by solarising its mines, workplaces as well as household structures. With the conclusion of both the phases of solar power development, Singareni will be generating 810 million units of electrical energy of its very own that is higher than its annual usage.
Last year, Singareni-- which is among the principals in the power field in Telangana-- stated that it will develop a new capacity of 1000 MW of solar energy plants in the state as it had actually sent a proposal to the state federal government for the same.
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