The tender is for the development of the wind and solar project with 10 years of operations and maintenance. Credit: NEC
India’s largest utility, NTPC, has issued a tender for a 3.5MW wind and solar hybrid project to be located at its Kudgi Super Thermal Power Project in the state of Karnataka.
The coal-based power plant, which is under commissioning at various stages, is based at Kudgi village in Bijapur District and should have a 4GW capacity once complete.
The tender is for the development of the wind and solar project with 10 years of operations and maintenance included.
NTPC recently listed INR20 billion (US$300 million) Green Masala Bonds on the Singapore Stock Exchange.
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