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Vikram Solar plans 3 GW wafer, cell and module fab in Tamil Nadu

The engineering, procurement and construction services contractor – which has a 1.2 GW module production facility near Kolkata – will establish the factory under a five-year timescale.

Ather Energy to set up Li-ion, EV production unit in India

Ather Energy, an Indian electric scooter maker, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the government of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu to open a new production facility for lithium-ion batteries and electric vehicles.

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ADB to provide $451 million to strengthen grid in southern India

The funds will be used to build an extra-high-voltage transmission link to transmit 9 GW of capacity, including 6 GW of renewables, to the Chennai–Kanyakumari Industrial Corridor by 2025.

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Avaada Energy to set up 2 GW of solar plants in India

Currently, the independent power producer has a portfolio of over 500 MW under India’s open access solar policy, with leading IT and manufacturing giants among its client base.

India added 1,836 MW of rooftop solar in last fiscal year

Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu were the top five states by annual installation, accounting for 60% of the new capacity.

IEEFA identifies nine markets pushing boundaries of variable renewables integration

Latest report by IEEFA showcases nine case studies among the world’s leading states by wind and solar market share, which can serve as an example for other countries on their energy transition pathways.

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Tamil Nadu location for 130 MW NLC India solar plant

The thermal energy giant of India has commissioned a 130 MW solar plant in the state of Tamil Nadu, comprised of two, 65 MW blocks across 655 acres.

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NHPC to build 150 MW Solar in India

India’s power generation company National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC) is presently installing 50 MW of Solar in Tamil Nadu State and is expected to add 200 MW by 2019.

NLCIL to install 500 MW in India

NLC India (NLCIL) plans to install 500 MW of solar in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

India’s Tamil Nadu state cancels 500 MW of solar projects

The government of the Indian state decided to cancel an auction held Jan-Feb 2017, as developers rejected offer to reduce tariff bid of INR 4.40 ($0.07)/kWh.

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