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Old April 13th, 2013, 03:58 AM   #141
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Oil India commissions 54 MW wind project in Rajasthan

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Oil India Ltd (OIL) has commissioned its 54 mega watt wind turbine plant at Dangri in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan, there by strengthening its footprint in renewable energy.

The 54 MW project comprises of 27 wind turbine generator (WTG) units and each unit has an installed capacity of 2000 Kw. The wind farm was effectively connected to the Rajasthan State Electricity Grid at ‘AKAL’, at a distance of 47 Km from ‘Dangri’ Wind Farm. The project was completed at a cost of approximately Rs 360 crore and within 142 days from the date of issuing of letter of award (LOA) to the bidder.

OIL had established its footprint in renewable energy sector by commissioning a 13.6 MW wind project in Rajasthan last year, connecting it to the Power grid of Rajasthan Rajya Power Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Ltd (RRVPNL) at Amar Sagar, Jaiselmer. As of March 2013, OIL’s total installed wind power capacity is 67.6MW.

S K Srivastava, Chairman and Managing Director, OIL said: “This selective diversification into the alternate energy sources was a strategic decision under the company’s strategic plan. OIL would continue its journey towards expanding its renewable energy resources in future with participation in many more such projects.”

Besides wind energy, OIL has also made a modest beginning in the field of solar energy with the commissioning of its second 100 kWp solar captive power plant at Tanot Village Complex (TVC) of OIL’s operational area in Jaiselmer. The first 100 Kw Solar Plant is situated at its operational area in Assam. Additionally, OIL has also taken up a 5 MW solar power plant to be commissioned near Ramgarh, Jaiselmer, Rajasthan and the said mega project is expected to be completed during the 3rd quarter of the current financial year.

Currently, the total potential for wind power in India has been estimated as 48500 MW at 50 M height and approximately 1, 02000 MW at 80 M out of which only 17-18 per cent has been tapped.

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Old April 15th, 2013, 08:10 PM   #143
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Old April 26th, 2013, 09:57 PM   #144
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Tata Power commissions 21 MW Rajasthan wind project

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MUMBAI, APRIL 25:

Tata Power has commissioned a 21-MW wind project in Rajasthan. It had signed an agreement to install 30 MW in the State.

Tata Power has an operating capacity of 397 MW in wind power spread across Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Karnataka.

With this, the total power generation capacity of Tata Power stands at 8,521 MW, of which generation through clean sources such as hydro, wind and solar total 873 MW and thermal 7,648 MW.

Anil Sardana, Managing Director, said: “It is our endeavour to have 20- 25 per cent of our total generation capacity from clean energy sources. Wind energy is an important part of our renewable energy portfolio and we aim to add 150-200 MW annually. Through this project, we have now made a foray into Rajasthan.”

Tata Power has three of its renewable energy projects registered under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) programme of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. These projects include a 50.4-MW wind power project at Samana, a 50.4-MW wind project at Khandke, Maharashtra, and a 25-MW solar project at Mithapur, Gujarat.

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Country's first solar thermal power plant to go on stream next month

GGEL, the flagship company of the HIRA group in the renewable energy sector, had pumped in Rs 700 cr on the project

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Country's first solar thermal power plant developed by Chhattisgarh-based Godawari Green Energy Limited (GGEL) in Rajasthan would go on stream in May.

The 50-Mw Solar thermal power plant set up in Naukh village located in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan is reported to be the first plant in the country. GGEL, the flagship company of the HIRA group in the renewable energy sector had pumped in Rs 700 crore on the project.

"The project of thermal solar power plant is ready and we are planning to commission it next month," Hira Group Directors Dinesh Agrawal and Abhisekh Agrawal said Monday evening. The company is seeking President Pranab Mukherjee's date to start the plant, they added. The solar thermal power plant is based on the parabolic trough technology which is the most prevalent and proven technology being used globally for such plants. GGEL was one among the seven developers of the solar thermal power plant in the first phase of Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM).GGEL has signed the Power Purchase Agreement with NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam (NVVN). "The construction work of the plant started in January 2011 and we have completed it in a record time," the company directors said the company would explore the possibilities of taking up another project later.

"We aim to generate superior return for our investors by being the leading solar thermal power generating company in India within 2022 and by being the first company to achieve grid-parity in solar power in India," they said.

The Hira Group is a conglomeration of 14 companies across India and operates independently. Group companies Godawari Power and Ispat Ltd, and Hira Ferro Alloys Ltd are listed on Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange.

The Group now plans to venture into real estate sector. "We are developing an integrated township in 330 acres of land in Raipur and the project will get off in next six months," the company directors said. After the success of the project, the company would plan to expand its wings in the real estate sector.

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Rajasthan surpasses 500 MW of installed solar photovoltaic capacity
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Total installed PV capacity in the Indian state of Rajasthan has passed 500MW, reaching 510.25MW at the end of the 2012-13 fiscal year.

According to Rajasthan Renewable Energy (RREC), the agency responsible for implementing solar policy in Rajasthan, the state added 5MW of grid-connected PV in fiscal year 2010-2011, 191MW in 2011-2012 and then jumped by 314MW in the most recent fiscal year (see image 2).

Hari Manoharan, analyst at Indian consultancy RESolve, attributes this “boom” phase beginning in late 2011 to early 2013 to projects commissioned under phase 1 of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM), India's national solar programme.

Fewer than 50% of projects were completed under phase I of JNNSM. Bids for Phase II have been delayed up to the end of April or beginning of May.

Manoharan said additional installed capacity this year would be driven predominantly by Rajasthan’s Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) programme. Approximately 70MW has been added under REC so far in 2013.

“It is likely that this trend will continue into 2013, with additional projects coming up under the REC mechanism and further capacity additions coming up under the recently announced state solar policy,” said Manoharan.

Commissioned projects range in size from 100kW to 40MW, and over half of the installed capacity is located in the Jodhpur district. Rajasthan has the second most grid-connected installed PV capacity of any Indian state.

The neighbouring state of Gujarat had over 824MW of installed solar capacity at the end of December 2012. In a separate development, RREC announced that seven solar projects totalling 75MW have been awarded contracts under the first phase of the state’s tariff-based competitive bidding solar program.

Under a second phase, RREC intends to allocate an additional 400 MW of solar capacity.

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Gehlot lays foundation of 160-MW project

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JAIPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot today laid foundation of Rs 640 crore gas based power project in Jaisalmer district.

The project will generate 160-MW electricity. This is the fourth phase of Ramgarh Gas Thermal Power station located 60 km from Jaisalmer headquarters.

A senior officer of the nigam said that the plant will start generating 110 MW electricity by gas turbine by October 2014 and 50 MW electricity will be generated by steam turbine by March 2015.

State energy minister Jitendra Singh, PCC Chief Chandrabhan were present with him.

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NALCO commissions wind power project in Rajasthan

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Bhubaneswar, June 12: State-owned National Aluminium Company Limited (NALCO) yesterday said it has commissioned its second wind power project in Rajasthan's Jaisalmer district.

The Bhubaneswar headquartered aluminium producer, which has been foraying into other metals and energy sectors, had earlier commissioned its first wind power plant of 50.4 megawatts capacity at a cost of Rs.274 crore at Gandikota in Andhra Pradesh's Kadapa district last December.

The wind power plant in Rajasthan is being executed through Gamesa Wind Turbines Private Ltd, which involves erection of 56 wind turbines. The Rs.283 crore-project would have a generation capacity of 47.6 megawatts.

One part of the project has been commissioned successfully and power production has commenced from 18 wind energy generators, the company said in a statement. The plant is scheduled to commence full production by August 2013, it said.

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Welspun commissions $77.7m solar project in Rajasthan, India


Welspun Energy, a power subsidiary of Indian conglomerate Welspun Group, has commissioned its INR5bn ($77.72m) solar energy project in Rajasthan (source). So More and more solar projects are hitting India ....
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Interesting video on Solar Irrigation Agriculture in Rajasthan. I noticed - those are really green fields in one of the dryest states of the country! Nice Achievement Go Rajasthan!!!
Some Highly Advanced Irrigation technologies are seen spreading across this traditional state
- Drip Irrigation
- Canal-Reservoir Spread
- Solar pumps across all districts
- Green Houses
- Trend of moving towards Fruit Cultivation and not just cash crop or Desert crop cultivation because of these technologies !! This was quite enlightening!!
- Goverments is installing 100, 000 pumps across the state

This is quite an impressive feat thats not just a pilot - but on a mass consumption level!!

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“India One“, an innovative 1 Mw solar thermal power plant is currently being constructed at the Shantivan Campus of the Brahma Kumaris headquarters, Abu Road, Rajasthan, India.

This project uses 770 newly developed 60m2 parabolic dishes and features thermal storage for continuous operation. The plant will generate enough heat and power for the campus of 20,000 people and will provide a sustainable model for decentralized solar energy generation, in India.

“India One” is executed by the World Renewal Spiritual Trust (a sister organization of the Brahma Kumaris) and partly funded by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy Sources (MNRE), India and the German Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU).
India One Solar Thermal power Plant - Brahma Kumaris by BK BURHAN, on Flickr

India One Solar Thermal power Plant - Brahma Kumaris by BK BURHAN, on Flickr

India One Solar Thermal power Plant - Brahma Kumaris by BK BURHAN, on Flickr
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A view of Godawari’s 50-megawatt concentrating solar power plant in Nokh village, Rajasthan. The parabolic troughs move 18 degree per hour to automatically track the sun.
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A 40-megawatt solar photovoltaic plant by Vikram Solar covers over 400 acres at Bap village in Phalodi, Rajasthan.
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