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Old June 26th, 2012, 12:22 PM   #81
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Solar power developers in legal tangle with Gujarat Govt


Three solar power companies are in a legal tangle with the Gujarat Government over the issue of ownership of the companies that are putting up the projects. All the three – Azure Power (Gujarat), Millennium Synergy and ESP Urja – are wholly owned by American solar power developer SunEdison.

The point under dispute is whether or not these three companies are in breach of a covenant of the power purchase agreement which stipulates that the “power producer shall continue to hold at least 51 per cent of equity from the date of signing of this agreement”.

Azure Power (Gujarat) and ESP Urja have a 5 MW plant each, while Millennium runs a 10 MW plant.

Gujarat’s nodal agency Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd had issued notices terminating the power purchase agreement for Azure Power (Gujarat) and had stopped making payments for the purchased power for the other two companies.

Azure Power (Gujarat) was initially promoted by Azure Power India, a company whose various projects have been funded by the German development finance agency, DEG, the US Exim Bank and IFC (Washington).

The three companies have petitioned the Gujarat Electricity Regulatory Commission. The Commission, in its orders passed recently, has stayed the operation of the termination notice served on Azure Power and has directed GUVNL to make the due payments to Millennium and ESP Urja.

“It is unfair and unjust that the generator is not paid for the power supplied by him to the distribution licensees,” the order says.

In the case of Millennium and ESP Urja, GUVNL had raised the issue of compensation to be paid by the project developers for any violation of the PPA covenants. But the Commission dismissed it saying that was “not a subject matter of the present petition.

”The IFC-funded SunEdison’s contention, as spelt out in the order relating to the Azure Power case, is that it signed the shareholder agreement – for taking over the ownership of the developer – prior to the signing of the PPA.

The question as to whether or not there is a breach of the PPA with respect to the covenant relating to the shareholding pattern is yet to be decided by the Commission.
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Old July 3rd, 2012, 07:38 AM   #82
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Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation to use rooftop solar power

According to reports, three public buildings in the city will use solar power to meet their daily energy needs by the end of the year.

Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation will have its south zone office in Maninagar, Memco sports complex and west zone office in Usmanpura using rooftop solar power. The purpose is to show Amdavadis that with high electricity prices, solar systems ensure handsome savings in the long run.

The pay off period – time to recover investment in the power unit — can be less than two years, claim AMC officials.
Memco sports complex will have a 200KVA solar power plant, at Usmanpura west zone office it will be a a 15 kWhr plant and the south zone office in Maninagar will have a 20 kWhr solar power unit.
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Old July 23rd, 2012, 06:40 AM   #83
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Modi’s residence produces 80 units of electricity everyday…!!

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The residences allotted to the Ministers and MLAs, Government quarters and secretariat buildings are lit up with solar power street lights. Solar photovoltaic panels are fixed on the CM’s residence’s roof top which is now regularly generating 80 units of electricity every day. The rooftop has two plants of capacity 10 Kilowatts. Counting at Rs. 15 per unit, it produces 4.38 lacs rupees of electricity with 29.200 units per year.Hon’ble CM conveyed a statement while inaugurating 1 Megawatt solar plant project near PDPU last January that Gandhinagar, Surat, Vadodara and other cities can soon produce electricity and earn by selling it to the Government.

Sources from JEDA confirmed that, if any household, businessman or industrial firm produces more than 10 kilowatts of electricity within their premises then government would purchase it and convert it into main grid. The State has fixed 15 Rs per unit according to ‘JERK’. JEDA has issued a tender for 10, 15, 20 and 25 Kilowatt projects. Aid standards and subsidies for rooftop system will be declared soon.

Solar Electricity in Gandhinagar

140 Kilowatt on the terrace of block no. 14 in the New Secretariat building.

20 Kilowatt on the terrace of CM’s residence.

80 Kilowatt on the GPCB building terrace.

75 photovoltaic street lights in 6 gardens of Gandhinagar.

155 street lights with 1 Kilowatt system on each Government houses.

1 Megawatt plant in PDPU campus.

150 Megawatt target in Ahmedabad

Government is announcing an incentive package for producing solar electricity privately, which will attract people greatly. Government has set the target of 150 megawatt in Ahmedabad city to produce electricity on the house terraces. Citizens can earn 2.25 Lacs/ year

15 Sq.mtrs of space is needed to set up a 1 Kilowatt solar plant; which will primarily cost 1.50 Lacs. JEDA has suggested setting minimum 10 Kilowatt plant to make it in grids which will need 150 sq.meter space costing Rs. 18 lacs. The seller can earn 2.25 lacs/year with 15 Rs/unit.Gandhinagar to become solar city by 2014

JEDA is planning the implementation of Solar City concept suggested by Shri Narendra Modi. “Gandhinagar will be a full-fledged Solar City by 2014. With the cooperation of people; big cities like Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar will be given chance to produce electricity privately”– Saurabh Patel, Power & Energy Minister.(This story is the translated version of Gujarati news published in Divya Bhaskar. Pictures and video are added to provide further information)

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Old July 31st, 2012, 03:21 AM   #84
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Now, an ultra mega solar power project in state

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With renewable energy the in thing nowadays, the state government is exploring the possibility of setting up a 1,000 MW solar power project. The government has initiated talks with International Finance Corporation (IFC), a World Bank arm, seeking its support for the project.
“The project is still in the conceptual stage. We have initiated talks with the IFC to seek its support for the project. We will go ahead with it depending on their response,” said DJ Pandian, principal secretary, energy & petrochemicals department.
At the current costs of Rs8 to 9 crore per MW, the 1,000 MW project could cost anywhere between Rs8,000 to 9,000 crore.
The scale of the project can be gauged from the fact that total solar power generation capacity in the country presently stands at around 1,000 MW, including more than 600 MW in Gujarat alone. The Centre is eyeing solar power generation capacity of 20,000 MW by 2022 under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission. While solar power is the cleanest form of energy, it is also the most expensive, costing four to five times the conventional power. This is solar energy’s biggest drawback, but the state government believes that the price can be brought down to the level of conventional energy.
“We have already managed to bring down cost of solar power from Rs15 per unit to less than Rs10 per unit. With better technologies, there is no reason why prices should not fall further. Our idea is to bring down solar power price at par with the grid, i.e. around Rs3 per unit,” Pandian said further.
The IFC, which is an arm of the World Bank, has said that it is keen to support such a project.
“We have funded quite a few projects in Gujarat, including solar power projects. We are keen to extend the partnership with Gujarat, and are in talks with the government to see how IFC can help in the 1,000 MW solar power project,”
Anita George, regional industry director, Asia, infrastructure and natural resources, IFC, told DNA. The IFC official said that the funding agency could tie up with developers to provide funding to them.
“We could also be involved in development of infrastructure and other necessary framework for such a project,” she added.
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Old August 24th, 2012, 10:07 PM   #85
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Waaree to build 5MW Solar pv plant in Gujarat

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Avatar Solar Inc. (Simi Valley, California, U.S.) has awarded Waaree Energies Pvt Ltd. (Mumbai, India) with a turnkey project order for a 5 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) plant to be built in the Charanka Solar Park in the Indian state of Gujarat.

The Charanka Solar Park includes at least 20 individual solar plants built by different developers, 17 of which were commissioned as of January 2012 for a total capacity of 213 MW. The park is located in Charanka, in Gujarat's Patan district.

"It gives us immense pleasure to award EPC contract of 5MW Solar PV project to WAAREE Energies Pvt. Ltd.," states Avatar Solar Director Falgun Dave. "The experience of Waaree in timely & efficiently executing the MWp projects shall be an added advantage to us."

Electricity produced by the plant will be sold to Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (Vadodara, India). Avatar Solar states that the plant will help to catalyze growth and sustainability in the region.
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Old August 31st, 2012, 07:51 PM   #86
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Solar Street Lighting System in Gujarat..
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Old August 31st, 2012, 07:53 PM   #87
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Which place?? And a 3 lane road? Or is it a split road way?

Anyway looks marvelous !!
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It was uploaded on fb. It looks like in North Gujarat may be on way to Charankha?
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beautiful road.
might as well add small wind turbines on each pole and connect to grid.
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Fantastic!
I have also seen such street lights in Gandhinagar. But they are in very less numbers.
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Old September 2nd, 2012, 04:43 AM   #91
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If they could add these streetlights on the model roads in Amdavad it would be fantastic...
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The country that lies north of the ocean and south of the snowy mountains is called Bhārata. There dwell the descendants of Bharata.

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Grid-connected rooftop solar PV pilot projects commissioned at Auroville, Tamil Nadu

Two grid connected rooftop solar PV installations of 2 kW (on the roof of Ilaignarkal Education Centre, Auroville) and of 1.7 kW (on the roof of a residential building) were commissioned today in Auroville (Villupuram District). Both installations form part of a pilot program in which the performance of a total of four grid-connected rooftop solar PV installations will be studied. In addition to a total of three pilots in Auroville there is a pilot installation of 4kW on the roof of the TEDA office in Chennai.

The pilot projects are a collaborative effort of State Planning Commission, TEDA, TANGEDCO and Auroville to demonstrate the technical viability of grid-interactive rooftop solar systems. The grid-connected rooftop solar has no land requirement, can be connected to the existing electrical infrastructure of the building – no requirement of new dedicated evacuation lines, avoids distribution losses as most of the energy generated by the solar panels on the roof will be consumed within the building, among other advantages.


Commisisoning of grid-connected Solar PV Auroville, Tamil Nadu


Net Metering Room at Auroville Solar Plant

Auroville in Villupuram District has been active in the field of sustainable development in general and renewable energy in particular since more than 30 years and is therefore an ideal place to carry out these pilot studies. The funding for the pilot projects in Auroville has been provided by Auroville.

TANGEDCO provides grid access through the existing low tension service connections of the buildings where the rooftop solar systems are located. An additional meter has been provided by TANGEDCO to record the energy that is exported to the grid for study purposes. At a later stage during the pilot study the separate import and export meters will be replaced with a single bidirectional energy meter that can measure both the import and export of energy. The sizes of the two solar systems have been selected such that most of the energy will be absorbed in the two buildings. The primary purpose of the pilot installations is to demonstrate the technical viability of grid connected rooftop solar PV.

The two systems were commissioned in the presence of Mr. N. Bala Baskar IAS (retd.), Secretary, Auroville Foundation, Mr. Sudeep Jain IAS, Chairman and Managing Director, Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency (TEDA) , Mr Toine van Megen, Co-Founder, Auroville Consulting, Mr. R. Srinivasan, Executive Engineer (O&M), TANGEDCO, other senior officers of TANGEDCO, Mr. Vineeth Vijayaraghavan, Panchabuta, participants of the just concluded Auroville Green Practices seminar, staff and students of Auroville’s Ilaignarkal Education Centre, residents of Auroville and many others who were keen to witness this unique event.

Commenting on the event, Mr. Toine van Megen, Co-Founder of Auroville Consulting said: “We are very happy to do these pilot projects in Auroville in collaboration with the State Planning Commission, TEDA and TANGEDCO. We feel confident that these pilots will contribute to large scale implementation of grid-interactive rooftop solar PV in Tamil Nadu. With grid-interactive rooftop solar, the consumer can become a producer who contributes to a sustainable energy future.”

Good initiative by the government.
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Model solar salt farm to come up in Gujarat

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Ahmedabad: A model solar farm will be established in Gujarat based on the internationally patented technology of Central Salt Marine & Chemical Research Institute (CSMCRI) to manufacture export-grade high purity salt.

"A model farm will be set up in cooperation with the Gujarat government on 10-20 acres of land having a scientific design and layout suitable for a solar salt works," Dr Pushpito Ghosh, Director CSMCRI, told PTI.

"Our internationally patented technology will be used at this farm to manufacture over 99 percent NaCl (Sodium Chloride) purity salt," he said.

The cost effective farm model shall be a boon for small salt producers, who cannot afford research. It would demonstrate how effectively high purity salt can be obtained, with virtually no environmental hazard, and would help facilitate salt cluster development, Ghosh said.

A proposal for setting up a model solar salt farm has been sent to Gujarat government. The farm is expected to come up by March next year.

It is essential to tell industry about effective brine management practices and way on how to produce high purity export grade salt both from sea and underground water without compromising on yield, Dr V P Mohandas, Sr Principal Scientist CSMCRI, said.

The proposed model farm would aptly demonstrate it, he said.

Perfecting brine chemistry to obtain high purity salt through solar evaporation, shall be technological highlight of this farm, he said.

Gujarat annually produces around 15 million tonnes of salt. Amongst the largest salt producing states in India, it accounts for 73 percent of total India's salt production.

The technology used at farm was internationally patented
as a cost effective process for making high purity solar salt, Mohandas said.

"We also plan to explore the possibilities to introduce mechanisation for salt harvesting in such model farms as labour problems have hit the industry," he said.

The high purity product offered from this farm to industry (Chlor Alkali industry) can potentially reduce the brine purification cost by half for them and it shall have very minimal levels of impurity, Mohandas claimed.

The salt for industrial purposes is largely prepared through solar evaporation technique, but the drawback is that it has a large quantum flux (impurities) detrimental for environment.

India produces close to 21 MT of salt annually, out of which nearly 60 percent goes for industrial applications, industry experts said.

Around 2-3 percent of India's total salt production is presently being exported, they said

"If we have to export salt to countries like Japan then its purity and quality levels has to be of very high standards," Mohandas said.
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Solar water heaters must in all Surat buildings

According to reports, Surat could well become the first city in India to make solar water heating in all buildings, residential and commercial, mandatory.

Earlier, this year, the Union urban development ministry had made it mandatory that civic bodies of all 58 cities identified to be made “solar cities” change their construction bylaws to make solar energy compulsory for water heating systems.

The Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) will make the necessary changes in the bylaws of construction within a month. There are 10.2 lakh houses and nearly 65,000 commercial buildings in the city, which will have to switch over to solar water heating.

“We are ready with draft master plan with a detailed mechanism for solar water heating,” said Jatin Shah, city engineer SMC.

However, solar water heating is just one of the steps being taken to make Surat a ‘solar city’. The civic body plans to undertake photovoltaic roof top programme, installing solar panels atop all its vital installations and replacing regular street lights with CFLs and tube lights with T5 lights.

“We are aiming to bring down the conventional energy usage by at 10-15 per cent in the next two years,” he added. In the next five years, it aims to use at least 30 per cent solar power in place of electricity.

SMC has also scheduled a meeting with Pune-based World Institute of Sustainable energy (WISE), which was appointed as consultant in advisory capacity by the Centre, to chalk out the implementation plan for solar water heating systems.

Dr Omkar Jani, principal research scientist at Gujarat Energy Research and Management Institute (GERMI ) said, “We will replicate the Gandhinagar’s solar city model in Surat too.”

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Google updated imagery around Charanka, unfortunately not all of the old imagery has been retained for the NW section.

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oh man amazing so much changed in just 3 years also is that an artificial water body? cant see it in 2009 pic as my screen won't load the top left part of it
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oh man amazing so much changed in just 3 years also is that an artificial water body? cant see it in 2009 pic as my screen won't load the top left part of it
Google have deleted old imagery for that section (its not your computer), so I cant say for certain, but it def looks like a natural lake and stream have been reinforced with walls.

Anyway, pleased to report on some more recognition for the project

Gujarat Solar Park project bags most prestigious national award in project management field

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Project Management Institute (PMI), is the world’s largest Project Management member Association, representing more than 6,00,000 Project Management practitioners and having existence in more than 185 countries. As a global thought leader and knowledge provider, PMI supports organizations in achieving their project goals by educating project management practitioners through its global standards and credentials, collaborative chapters and virtual communities and academic research.

PMI had organized their fourth Project Management National Conference 2012 at Chennai on Sept 28th – 30th, 2012. The event was attended by over 1200 delegates across the globe. The theme of this conference was “Project Management for Sustainable Competitive Advantage”.

PMI desired to distinguish achievements by organizations in the project management field and announced PMI Awards 2012. These awards recognize and honor projects that have delivered superior results through exemplary application of project management principles. The Awards for Best project of the year were presented in three categories i.e. Short Term (Less than 1 year), Medium Term (1 to 3 years) and Long Term (More than 3 years). Gujarat Power Corporation Limited for its project “Gujarat Solar Park”, one of the best art works of Govt. of Gujarat, was awarded as the “Best Project of the Year – Medium Term Duration”.

A total of 77 nominations from all over India were received, which were put through an elaborate evaluation criteria consisting of best practices in project management, Innovation, Value creation, sustainability and customer endorsement. This evaluation was done by expert panelists drawn across diverse industries in the country. Through this stringent screening process, Gujarat Solar Park was adjudged as the winner. Today, Gujarat Solar Park has successfully accomplished more than 214 MW Solar Power Projects in a single location at Charanka Village, Dist Patan, Gujarat.

Mr. Raj Kalady, MD PMI (India) viewed that PMI panelists were amazed by the development happened in Gujarat through the implementation of Multi Technology, Multi Facility, Multi Developer and Multi Beneficiary in Gujarat Solar Park project within an unbelievable short duration. He also added that this can happen only in Gujarat, under the strong leadership of Hon. CM, Shri Narendra Modi and his involvement must definitely be acknowledged, appreciated and saluted. Solar Park project has really emerged out as a Role Model for Solar Industry.
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Still there is so much more empty land in and around that solar park. Real potential might be 2000-3000MW if that much area occupied by panels is producing around 300MW? Or am I estimating too much?
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Some pics I found on flickr:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/soumik/...n/photostream/

Anybody know how often they wash the panels? I hope its not too often?
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Some pics I found on flickr:

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Anybody know how often they wash the panels? I hope its not too often?
Why? I bet they must be washing the panels with water from the canal only. So no water is wasted...
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