Singareni second phase 240 MW solar plant tenders to be held next month: Construction of plants in 8 locations: CMD N. Sridhar
Construction should start from October; Chairman and MD Mr. N. Sridhar ordered in Singareni Power review meeting
The Singareni company, which is advancing successfully in the field of solar power generation, is preparing to set up plants in eight areas with a capacity of 240 MW in the second phase. The chairman and MD of the company Mr. N. Sridhar ordered the concerned officials.
In the power review meeting held at Hyderabad Singareni Bhavan on Friday, he conducted a special review on the construction of the second phase of solar plants. Speaking on the occasion, the CMD ordered that the remaining 76 MW plants of the first phase of 300 MW plants should be completed by October.
Similarly, the construction of the 240 megawatt plants to be undertaken in the second phase should be completed and started by October next year. CMD called upon everyone to work responsibly to make the company a net zero carbon emission company with a total solar power generation of 540 MW.
New plants in 8 areas
In order to take up the construction of solar plants in the second phase, the Director (E&M) of the company D. Satyanarayana Rao toured the areas and selected the sites along with the area general managers.
67.5 MW plant in Mandamarri, 41 MW plant in Ramagundam-3 area, 37.5 MW plant in Singareni thermal power station, 32.5 MW plant for the first time in Satthupalli, 27.5 MW plant for the first time in Srirampur area, 15 MW plant in Illandu, 10 MW plant in Bhupalapalli area, 10 MW plant in Ramagundam-1 area 5 for the first time It was decided to set up a megawatt plant.
The procedures for the construction of these plants are already being drawn up and final touches are being made. Tenders will be called across the country next month and construction agencies will be finalized.
In the same meeting, CMD Shri N. Sridhar also reviewed the performance of thermal power plant. Having recently undergone a capital overhaul, the center is back to excellent power generation with good PLF. Officers were ordered to work hard to achieve this. FGD has been directed to complete the environment-friendly construction of the plant premises by September next year.
In this meeting along with Director D. Satyanarayana Rao, Chief Technical Consultant Mr. Sanjay Kumar Sur, General Manager of Thermal Power Center Mr. Basivi Reddy, Chief O&M Mr. J.N. Singh, GM Solar Shri Janakiram, Chief of Power Shri Viswanatharaju, GM Civil Shri Suryanarayana, AGM Civil Shri KSN Prasad and others were present.