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NEW DELHI: Oil India Ltd, India's second-largest government-owned research firm, features commissioned its very first 5 MW solar energy plant in Rajasthan.
OIL, with to date built just small solar powered energy plants for captive use, built and commissioned its very first grid connected 5 MW unit at town Raghwa in Ramgarh region of Rajasthan, the organization said in a statement released here.
OIL intends to expand this product by another 9 MW. Srivastava stated the plant ended up being finished within 118 days. OIL Director (HR and company Development) N K Bharali stated there is tremendous potential for solar and wind power tasks in Rajasthan and OIL is wanting to touch the renewable energy source.
The 9 MW solar energy plant growth will undoubtedly be finished by the following year, he stated.
The 5 MW solar powered energy plant with Polycrystalline Technology ended up being put up at a complete price of Rs 41.49 crore, the statement included.
The plant comes with 20, 408 solar segments, each having a capability of 245 watts. An overhead transmission type of 11.49 kilometer was built to feed in generated power to the grid.