State-owned coal mining giant, Singareni Collieries Company Ltd (SCCL) has commissioned a 30 MW solar power plant at Manuguru in Bhadradri Kothagudem district of Telangana state.
The company has also synchronised this solar plant to the grid. Earlier, the company had planned solar energy power plants of 129 MW capacity and this 30 MW plant is part of that.
Besides, the mining-giant is planning to roll out solar power plants to generate 300 MW of electricity in various parts of the state, as per the media reports.
Commenting on the development, SCCL chairman and managing director N Sridhar, said, quoted ToI, that a 10 MW solar plant at Jaipur in Mancherial district was commissioned and now with the start of the Manuguru plant, 40 MW of power is being supplied to the state grid.
He said, reported ToI that, the balance plants would come up at Ramagundam-3 area with 50 MW capacity and another 30 MW in Yellandu would be rolled out in next two months.
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