MNRE to call Bids for 25GW Solar Power Project in Ladakh Region

The project is a bigger part of the government’s key National Solar Mission under which it aims to establish 100 GW of solar power generation by 2022.

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Indian Government will anytime call for bids regarding a fresh 25,000 MW solar power project in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir.

Minister of State, MNRE, R K Singh said during a meeting of policy makers and business leaders to work together on finding sustainable development solutions organised by federal policy think tank Niti Aayog, “The high-altitude Himalayan region has a huge potential for solar power generation. Power from the project will be delivered to Una in Himachal Pradesh.”

The project is a bigger part of the government’s key National Solar Mission under which it aims to establish 100 GW of solar power generation by 2022.

The government also gives a positive outlook on achieving the target even before the benchmarked time.

Adding to the meeting, Niti Aayog, which has the task of overseeing India’s efforts towards sustainable development goals agreed with industry chamber Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) to find ways of saving water and cutting down carbon emissions that could also be exported to other economies facing rapid urbanization.

Source: Livemint

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