From pv magazine India
The Jharkhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (JREDA) has opened bidding for megawatt-scale, canal-top solar projects in the Indian state of Jharkhand. The PV capacity has been proposed at three sites: the Sikidiri canal in Ranchi, Chandil in East Singhbhum, and Godda.
The selected agency will conduct site surveys for the canals based on the potential for grid-connected solar PV capacity, irradiation studies, and energy generation predictions.
JREDA has provided financial parameters to help bidders to calculate revenue models based on generation estimates and detailed economic analysis.
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