Hyderabad : State-owned Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) onThursday said it has synchronized 15 MW solar power with the Transco.
This is the first solar power plant in the second phase of 90 megawatts solar power plants at Mandamarri was synchronized with TRANSCO by switching it by the Singareni Director D.Satyanarayana Rao, Singareni said in a statement, here.
This is part of the 300 megawatts solar power plants being erected by Singareni. Conveying his best wishes for the start of power generation from the first plant in the second phase, SCCL Chairman and Managing Director N Sridhar said out of the 300 megawatts solar power plant erection in the first phase, 30 megawatts from Manuguru, 30 megawatts from Ramagundam, 39 megawatts from Illandu and 10 megawatts from Singareni thermal power plant has already been synchronized.
With this 15 MW power plant, a total of 124 megawatts solar power has been synchronized with Transco, however, earlier 109 megawatts solar power has been synchronized with the State grid,he said.
Sridhar also directed the concerned officials that the balance 85 megawatts plants in the 2nd phase should be completed by the end of May while 81 megawatts plants in the 3rd phase must be completed by October and synchronized.
Adani group is the agency for the erection of these plants. Out of the 81 megawatts erection in the 3rd phase, erection of 15 megawatts floating plants on the water reservoir of Singareni Thermal power plant has been taken up by Novis Company and the work is going on in full speed.
Similarly, for the first-time solar plants on over burden – 22 megawatts on Ramagundam OC-3, 10 megawatts on Dorli OC-1 are also being taken up. This work has already started and is in progress.Apart from these, 11 megawatts in Chennuru and 23 megawatts near Kothagudem are being erected by Adani group, the release added.