NTPC invites domestic bids for 250MW in Karnataka solar park

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Tata Power Solar PV plant in Karnataka. Credit: Tata

Indian state-owned utility National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) has invited domestic bidding for the development of 250MW of solar PV at the Pavagada solar park in Karnataka.

Under a reverse auction process, capacity will be awarded to multiple bidders in blocks of 50MW each at the park. The deadline for submission of technical bidding is 1 April this year.

Last week NTPC invited online bidding for 750MW of solar capacity for six projects of 125MW each in the same park.

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