NCL SIgns MoU with UPRVUNL for 250 MW of Solar Power Capacity

A giant leap of Singrauli-based Coal India's arm NCL towards the renewal energy.

NCL SIgns MoU with UPRVUNL for 250 MW of Solar Power Capacity

New Delhi: Under the guidance of the Ministry of Coal, Government of India and Coal India Limited, Northern Coalfields Limited inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Uttar Pradesh Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limited (UPRVUNL) on Wednesday for the installation of an additional Solar Power capacity of 250 MW in the Sonbhadra region.

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This groundbreaking step towards Renewable Energy will pave the path to establish a 100 MW floating Solar Power Plant and a 150 MW Ground Mounted Solar Power Plant for NCL.

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Director (Technical/ Project & Planning), Shri Sunil Prasad Singh on behalf of NCL, and Shri Ashwini Kumar Tripathi, Director (Technical) on behalf of UPRVUNL signed the MoU in Lucknow on Wednesday

NCL will become a net-zero company with this concrete step meeting its requirement of 290 MW energy.

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