According to reports, public sector giant BHEL has bagged three orders for setting up solar photovoltaic power plants with a capacity of 2 MW each.
The plants will be operationalised as per the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Ltd scheme under Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM).
The orders have been placed by Citra Real Estate, New Delhi & Sepset Constructions Ltd, New Delhi for their sites at Katol, Nagpur in Maharashtra.
The other order is from Priapus Infrastructure Pvt Ltd, New Delhi for its site at Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh.
The three orders are valued at Rs 26 crore each and envisages total turn-key solutions from concept to commissioning of two MW size plants each.
These orders are slated for execution during 2011.
BHEL is presently executing a 3 MWp order for KPCL and 1.1 MWp order for Lakshadweep, the company said in a release.