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1.ACME inks supply pact with First Solar

Delhi-based ACME Tele Power (ATPL) and First Solar Inc have inked a module supply agreement, for the supply of First Solar's advanced thin- film modules for a 15 MW (DC) solar power plant in the state.

2.Solar chief

Under the leadership of SN Subrahmanyan, Whole Time Director and Senior Executive Vice President (Construction & Infrastructure), Larsen & Toubro, the company has bagged various EPC projects across the globe.

3.We never stop innovating

Winners never lose focus. There is no better example than Punj Lloyd Ltd. With an excellent track record for successful completion of projects within tight schedules, the $2.4 billion group continues to reiterate its belief and sworn commitment: to deliver the best in services and manufacturing to customers.

4.MGM develops ore mines

MGM Group is developing and operating iron ore mines in Sundergarh district of Odisha and has diversified into steel making with an integrated plant of 0.25 mn tonne capacity under development in Dhenkanal.

5.Most Admired Companies | Punj Lloyd Group

“To consolidate our presence in existing markets, strengthen relationships with customers and tighten operations to deliver excellence at the lowest cost to embark on a new round of growth.”- Atul Punj Chairman

6.Kirti Solar commissions 6 KW solar power plant in Kolkata

Kirti Solar has commissioned a solar power plant in Kolkata for power supply during the day under SADP (Special Area Demonstration Progamme) scheme.

7.Dhule to have solar power plant

A 150 MW solar power plant will be set up in Dhule district in Maharashtra with financial assistance of around €250 mn from KFW, a German investment bank. The project claims to be one of the biggest in the country.

8.Astonfield earns India's first CRISIL's A credit rating

Astonfield Renewables has earned CRISIL's A-credit rating on loan facilities for its 5 MW solar power plant in Rajasthan. The rating was given on long-term loan facilities as the firm has a comfortable financial risk profile, marked by healthy debt protection metrics.

9.UP Gearing up for Solar Power Generation

The state government has plans to enter into agreements amounting to Rs 2,300 crore for setting up solar power plants.

10.Solar plants price fixed

Gujarat Energy Research and Management Institute (GERMI) has reduced the fixed cost of setting up a solar power plant to just Rs 3.5 crore per mega watt. Seven years ago, the fixed cost attached with a 1 MW solar power plant was about Rs 15 crore, which GERMI had brought down to Rs 7 crore.

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