Tag: Karnataka Solar Power


One of India’s major solar power developers Azure Power announced operationalisation of three utility-scale projects just ahead of the start of the new financial year. Azure Power announced that it commissioned three solar power projects of combined capacity 130 megawatts Read more…


NTPC Limited is offering six blocks of 125 megawatt capacity each to project developers at the Pavagada solar power park in the southern Indian state of Karnataka.


Pavagada solar power park will see the 500 megawatts capacity operational by June 2017. The state government plans to increase the capacity of the solar power park to 2,700 megawatts by the end of next year.


World’s largest steel manufacturer ArcelorMittal has sought approval for setting up one of the largest solar power projects developed by a single company in India. According to media reports quoting the company’s annual report, ArcelorMittal has sought approvals from the Read more…


The Solar Energy Corporation of India recently concluded yet another auction under the National Solar Mission and allocated 950 MW solar PV capacity in the southern state of Karnataka. According to media reports, Indian companies dominated the auction where trip Read more…


Subsidiary of one of India’s leading private sector power companies – Tata Power – recently won rights to develop large-scale solar power projects in the southern state of Karnataka. Tata Power Company recently reported that its subsidiary Tata Power Renewable Read more…


Indian and international project developers continue to fight it out in one of the fastest growing solar power markets in the world. The recent solar power auction in the Indian state of Karnataka saw one of the most competitive bidding Read more…

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