Hubballi Solar Project

Solar Engineering, Business Corporate and Installation Training for youth and professionals from
Karnataka - Mysuru, Madikeri, Hassan, Bangalore, Tumakuru, Mangaluru, Udupi, Shivamogga, Davanagere, Hubballi, Ballari, Gulbarga,

Airports Authority of India Tenders 8 MW Solar Project at Karnatakas Hubballi Airport
The Airports Authority of India (AAI) is on the lookout for an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractor to develop an 8 MW grid-connected solar photovoltaic (PV) project at Hubballi airport.

The estimated project cost is ?455.5 million (~$6.5 million) and the project completion timeframe is eight months from the date of award of the contract. The bid-submission deadline is December 10, 2018.

The scope of work includes the site survey, shadow analysis, complete design for optimal use of space, engineering, manufacture, supply, storage, insurance, civil work, installation, testing, and commissioning of the grid-connected solar PV project.

All the items of equipment and installations will be guaranteed to be free from defective workmanship or materials for a period of two years from the date of handing over. According to AAI, PV modules must be warranted for their output peak watt capacity, which should not be less than 90 percent at the end of 10 years and 80 percent at the end of 25 years from the date of successful completion of trial run.

The successful EPC contractor will also provide operation and maintenance services for a five-year period after AAI takes over the project.

The AAI, which comes under the Ministry of Civil Aviation, is a statutory authority responsible for the creation, management, and upgradation of civil aviation infrastructure in India.

This tender shows AAIs commitment towards becoming carbon neutral. AAI is seeking to use solar as a low-cost and renewable source of power to fuel operations at various airports across India.


Introduction on PV applications and current global market trends. Grid-tied PV systems. Training for contractors, project managers, engineers, electricans, quality inspectors etc. Early bird discount. Course selection support. Skilled training provider.

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SOLAR POLICY FOR KARNATAKA - Residential, Commercial & Industrial

1. NET METERING -
Capacity of solar system
Size: Min 1 kWp - Max 1 MWp
Limits in kW:
HT Consumers : upto 1 MWp
LT Consumers (Single Phase) : upto 5 kWp
LT Consumers (Three Phase): Above 5 kWp to 50 kWp
Conditions: 150% of your Sanctioned Load.


Karnataka's Solar target set at 6,000 MW by 2021

In tune with the tariff policy announced by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) last year, the State Government has amended its 2014-21 Solar Policy and set an ambitious target for the solar generation at 6,000 MW by March 2021.

Current installed capacity, including rooftop, is 300 MW.
A meeting of the State Cabinet, presided by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, on Tuesday approved the changes in the policy to encourage harnessing solar energy. The States solar energy potential is estimated in excess of 24,700 MW.

As per the tariff policy and targets fixed by MNRE, the solar energy should constitute eight per cent of the total energy consumption, excluding hydro energy by March 2022. The policy of the Centre envisages that 40 per cent of the solar generation should be through rooftop, Law and Parliamentary Affairs T.B. Jayachandra told presspersons.

The solar generation would be limited to 200 MW per taluk from all sources of generation excluding projects implemented on roof top. Such projects should be allocated on first-come-first-serve basis for various categories identified under clause 8 of the solar policy.


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