India’s SECI issues RfS for 200MW solar and storage in Karnataka

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Each 50MW project is expected to be connected to 2.5MWh of storage capacity. Flickr: Vinoth Chandar

Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has issued a request for selection (RfS) document for the tendering of 200MW of grid-connected solar PV to be deployed alongside utility-scale battery storage in the state of Karnataka.

Each 50MW project is expected to be connected to 2.5MWh of storage capacity.

The tender for capacity in the Pavagada Solar Park comes under the National Solar Mission, phase II, Batch IV, Tranche VI.

SECI has already issued an RfS for 100MW of grid-connected solar PV projects with large-scale battery energy storage systems at the Kadapa Solar Park in Andhra Pradesh.

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