Mizoram to Get 100MW Solar Power Plant

The government has already signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Sungevity Enterprises, a solar power service developer, to setup Rs. 630 crore 100MW solar power plant.

mizoram solar power plant

Under the ‘Magnetic Mizoram Investors Summit’ initiative of New Economic Development Policy (NEDP), Mizoram government is to set up a 100 MW solar power plant in the state.

The government has already signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Sungevity Enterprises, a solar power service developer, to setup Rs. 630 crore 100MW solar power plant.

Sungevity Enterprises chairman Premjeet Sharma, along with senior directors of the company Binod Kumar, Aswin Patel and Sanjeev Gharoo, on Wednesday met chief minister Lal Thanhawla and submitted the detailed project report to set up the mega solar power plant in the state, official sources said on Thursday.

Adding to the social cause, the project is expected to provide ample employment opportunities in the state both at the development stage and operational stage as well.

CEO of Magnetic Mizoram Investors Summit and the managing director of Innovations India, Captain Rahul Bali, who facilitated both the meetings, expressed satisfaction that a big company like Sungevity Enterprises is now looking at Mizoram as an investment destination.

He said the various campaigns and activities being conducted jointly by the Mizoram government and Innovations India for the overall development and promotion of the state have started to bear fruit.

“This is surely the beginning of an investment era in Mizoram,” he added.

Source: Telegraph

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