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    The Singareni Colleries Company (SCCL) is planning to set up solar power plants in eight areas, with a capacity of 240 MW each in the second phase. This was announced by SCCL CMD N Sridhar during a meeting held in Hyderabad. The company is already advancing successfully in the field of solar power generation.

    During the meeting, Sridhar reviewed the progress of the construction of the second phase of solar plants at Singareni Bhavan. He emphasized that the remaining 76 MW plants from the first phase of 300 MW should be completed by October. The construction of the second phase with 240 MW plants is expected to be finished by October next year.

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    Sridhar called upon everyone to work responsibly towards making Singareni a net zero carbon emission company, with a total of 540 MW of solar power generation. He outlined the plans for setting up new plants in eight areas of Singareni:

    – 67.5 MW plant in Mandamarri

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    – 41 MW plant in Ramagundam-3 area

    – 37.5 MW plant in Singareni thermal power station

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    – 32.5 MW plant in Satthupalli

    – 27.5 MW plant in Srirampur area

    – 15 MW plant in Illandu

    – 10 MW plant in Bhupalapalli area

    – 10 MW plant in Ramagundam-1 area

    The procedures for the construction of these plants are already being finalized, and tenders will be called across the country next month to select construction agencies. The meeting was attended by all the directors of the company and concerned department officials.

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