The first Bengal Business Conclave in Digha witnessed major accomplishments for the state – with the state bagging investment proposals to the tune of at least Rs.27.50 bn, aside from the promise of two luxury hotels that could expedite the progress of the town at a high speed
India’s biggest floating solar power plant of 150 MW will be set up at the Rihand Dam in Uttar Pradesh as the government has decided to opt for green energy. The state government has also formulated the Electric Vehicle Policy, inviting entrepreneurs to set up units in the state.
In a bid to boost Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s enterprising goal of achieving up to 175 GW of energy – relying solely on renewable sources – the government has yet again floated a renewable energy storage tender. A major chunk of the goal, amounting to 100 GW is dedicated to solar power.
Belectric’s Indian unit – Belectric Photovoltaic India – will be building and commissioning 26 MW of rooftop PV plants in India on behalf of Singapore-based solar power plants developer Cleantech Solar.