MYSUN secures 140 MW solar power projects in Uttar Pradesh
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MYSUN secures 140 MW solar power projects in Uttar Pradesh

The Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Corp Limited (UPPTCL) has awarded 140 MW open-access solar power projects to rooftop solar company MYSUN.

UPPTCL has allotted 140 MW solar projects under the captive or open access mode to MYSUN, India's leading distributed solar company, the company told the media.

The majority of the country's large solar developers took part in the allocation process, according to the firm.

It will encourage large industries and corporations in Uttar Pradesh to use solar energy.

Connectivity approvals were granted for the central, western, and eastern parts of UP in the most recent round of allocation. A total of 1.5 GW of grid sub-station capacity was made available for allocation. MYSUN will implement these projects in several districts, primarily in western Uttar Pradesh.

The allocation of this 140 MW is a commitment from the side to provide clean, reliable, and affordable solar power to large energy consumers like industries, data centres, corporate parks, and builders in Uttar Pradesh, according to MYSUN founder and CEO Gagan Vermani.

The company is expanding its presence across states such as Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and the national capital region through its recently launched asset vehicle MYSUN+.

More than 220 MW of projects under captive or open access mechanisms are already in the early stages of development at the company.

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Also read: EESL awards orders worth Rs 538 cr to Tata Power

The Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Corp Limited (UPPTCL) has awarded 140 MW open-access solar power projects to rooftop solar company MYSUN. UPPTCL has allotted 140 MW solar projects under the captive or open access mode to MYSUN, India's leading distributed solar company, the company told the media. The majority of the country's large solar developers took part in the allocation process, according to the firm. It will encourage large industries and corporations in Uttar Pradesh to use solar energy. Connectivity approvals were granted for the central, western, and eastern parts of UP in the most recent round of allocation. A total of 1.5 GW of grid sub-station capacity was made available for allocation. MYSUN will implement these projects in several districts, primarily in western Uttar Pradesh. The allocation of this 140 MW is a commitment from the side to provide clean, reliable, and affordable solar power to large energy consumers like industries, data centres, corporate parks, and builders in Uttar Pradesh, according to MYSUN founder and CEO Gagan Vermani. The company is expanding its presence across states such as Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and the national capital region through its recently launched asset vehicle MYSUN+. More than 220 MW of projects under captive or open access mechanisms are already in the early stages of development at the company. Image SourceAlso read: EESL awards orders worth Rs 538 cr to Tata Power

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