Set to be located in the state of Gujarat in India., the company is inviting parties to submit their proposals for the crystalline / thin film PV project, which is scheduled to be developed in two phases, consisting of one MW and four MW each.
It has been reported that the company is looking to complete the project by the third quarter of next year.
In total, Konark says it is hoping to install over 100 MW of PV plants, with 10 MW
in Gujarat, 50 MW in ?Rajasthan and 50 MW? in Maharashtra.
The company adds that the power plants will be commissioned in "precise" timelines and under long-term Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) with various state governments.
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