A Reliance Power Ltd. (RPWR) concentrating solar-thermal power project will start in October after a five-month delay, the Press Trust of India reported, citing builder Areva SA. (AREVA).
Reliance Power Ltd. announced that its 100 MW Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project in Rajasthan had received approval for Carbon Credits.
A Reliance Power Ltd. (RPWR) solar-thermal plant should start up next month after missing a May deadline because Indian authorities failed to lay a water pipeline to the site in time.
The 100 MW Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project in Dhursar, Rajasthan has also made progress.
It said construction was on at the 100 MW Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project, a part of the government's National Solar Mission in Dhursar.
Civil works is in full swing for the 100 MW Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) project in Dhursar, Rajasthan and the project is expected to be commissioned by May 2013.
Reliance Power has raised external commercial borrowings of around $302 million to fund its 100 MW concentrating solar power project in Rajasthan.
The Asian Development Bank agreed to lend a further $103 million to a concentrated solar power project owned by Reliance Power Ltd. (RPWR) in India.
The purchase will showcase a concentrated solar power technology known as compact linear Fresnel reflector (CLFR) from AREVA Solar Inc.
In Australia, AREVA Solar was awarded a contract to build a 44 MW concentrating solar thermal addition to the coal-fired Kogan Creek power station.
Reliance Power plans to commission 100 MW concentrated solar thermal power plant by the next year.
The Indian government awarded licenses for 470 megawatts of solar-thermal capacity to Lanco, Reliance Power, Aurum, Godawari Power & Ispat, KVK Energy & Infrastructure, Megha Engineering & Infrastructures, and Ispat.
The renewable energy projects including a 40 MW solar energy photovoltaic project and a 100 MW concentrated solar power project in Rajasthan and a 200 MW wind energy plant.