A state minister on Saturday revealed West Bengal could be in line for 1.7 GW of new solar generation capacity under two project proposals.
Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay, minister-in-charge of the state’s Department of Power and Non-conventional Energy Sources, made the announcement at the tenth Energy Enclave event, organized by the Confederation of Indian Industries in Kolkata.
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