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Singareni to set up another 15 MW floating solar plant by next March: CMD N. Sridhar

219 MW Singareni Solar available by the end of the month

The Singareni Thermal Power Station is set to become one of the best and most ideal power plants in the country

Chairman and MD Mr. N. Sridhar at the review meeting on Singareni Power Plants

Among the solar power plants under construction across Singareni, a 15 MW floating solar plant is to be set up on the water reservoir of the Singareni Thermal Power Station by March next year.

The first tranche of the 5 MW plant will be completed by December this year, Singareni Chairman and MD Shri N. Sridhar directed the Singareni Power Division.

He gave the direction to the officers during a special review meeting with the officials of Singareni Thermal and Solar Power Departments at Singareni Bhavan today.

Midle of the post

He was happy to see the construction of 172 MW plants already under construction in three phases of solar power plants, with the remaining 10 MW plant (Ramagundam-3) in the first phase and the remaining 37 MW plant in Kottagudem in the second phase to be commissioned by the end of this month so that Singareni Solar 219 MW. Watts was ordered to reach capacity.

He demanded that the tender regulations for the selection of the construction agency for the 250-megawatt (DC) floating solar project to be built by Singareni on the Lower Manair Reservoir in Karimnagar is drawn up by December and be ready to call for tenders in March after government approvals.

The Singareni Thermal Power Station should be an ideal and scenic center for the country. Chairman and MD Shri N. Sridhar expressed satisfaction over the fact that Singareni Thermal Power Station has been ranked seventh among the best power plants in the country this year.

For completing overhauling in record time, Special congratulations to Director (E&M) Shri. Satyanarayana Rao, Chief Technical Consultant Shri Sanjay Kumar Sur, Chief (O&M) JN Singh and other officials.

Establishment of 15 MW Floating Solar Plant on the premises of Singareni Thermal Power Station, Thermal Power Station being the foremost in the country in 100% flyash consumption. He said, the plant was making a name for itself with environmental initiatives such as extensive plantation development, making it one of the best eco-friendly and ideal hubs in the country.

He said, the Singareni Company was going to set a record by producing a record 700 lakh tonnes of coal in its history, adding that the Singareni thermal power plant was also expected to register good PLF and highest profits with its outstanding talent.

Director (E&M) Shri D. Satyanarayana Rao, Chief Technical Consultant Shri Sanjay Kumar Sur, Chief (O&M) Shri JN Singh, GM (STPP) Shri JVP Shastri, GM (Solar) ) Sri D.V.S.N. Raju, chief co-ordinator and solar consultant Mr Muralitharan, S, O (Power), Mr. N.V.K.V Raju, AGM  (E & M) Sri P.C. Basvireddy, AGM (Finance) Shri CH. Muralidhar, DGM (Civil) Shri V. Ravikumar, SE (IE) Shri M. Prabhakar Rao and others participated.

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