According to reports, a Rs 67-crore, 5 megawatt solar photovoltaic power plant has been installed at village Rawara, Taluka Phalodi, in Rajasthan.
The project, owned by Indian Oil Corporation, was commissioned by Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments Ltd under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission, a Ministry of Heavy Industries release said here on Thursday.
This power plant is designed to feed power to 33/132 kV grid sub-station at village Bap, which is situated 18 km from plant site Rawara. It is expected to generate energy of 67 lakh KWh a year.
The solar power plant has been developed based on crystalline technology. It was installed in record time, using in-house R&D for development of array junction boxes, a critical item for timely execution, said the release.