Thursday, November 6, 2014
Jakson Group investing Rs 350 crore in UP solar power plants
The two plants will collectively generate 40 megawatt of grid power
Virendra Singh Rawat
November 6, 2014
Last Updated at 15:34 IST
Power solutions company Jakson is investing almost Rs 350 crore in setting
plants in power-starved Uttar Pradesh.
The plants, being set up in Lalitpur district of the arid Bundelkhand region, would collectively generate 40 megawatt (mw) of grid power.
While, one unit of 10 mw is likely to be up and running by March 2015, another plant of 30 mw would start generating by March 2016, Jakson Engineers Limited Sandip Ghosh told Business Standard here.
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