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Indian coal company issues 100 megawatt solar power tender
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29 April 2019
On 29 April 2019 CleanTechnica reported:
Government-owned companies in India are steaming ahead with large-scale solar and wind energy tenders in order to help meet the now-ambitious looking installation targets of 175 gigawatts by March 2022. The latest public sector company to launch a large solar power tender is Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL). The company had expressed its desire to power its operations from electricity generated through solar power projects compared coal-based power plants.
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