NLC India Surpasses 1 GW Installed Renewable Energy Capacity

The company said, "95 MW capacity of the 109 MW solar PV power plant at Avathandai, Veppankulam and Kadamangalam village, Ramanathapuram, out of the 709 MW solar power projects awarded by TANGEDCO has been successfully commissioned"

September 12, 2019. By News Bureau

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NLC India Ltd has announced that it has exceeded the 1 GW installed renewable energy capacity at its facility.

The Tamil Nadu-based 'Navratna' company under the Ministry of Coal had a present mining capacity of 30.6 million tonne of lignite per annum. The current power generation capacity, comprising that of its joint venture with TANGEDCO, is 5,192 MW.

In a notification to stock exchanges, the company said, "95 MW capacity of the 109 MW solar PV power plant at Avathandai, Veppankulam and Kadamangalam village, Ramanathapuram, out of the 709 MW solar power projects awarded by TANGEDCO has been successfully commissioned".

With this, the total installed renewable energy capacity of NLCIL has exceeded 1 GW, the company said.

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