The first phase of a solar thermal power plant in the southern Indian state of Gujarat has gone up for bid for the first time.
The Power Project of Gujarat, which is being developed by Bharat Solar Energy Limited, has a capacity of 5 MW.
It has been designed to be connected to the grid with an electrical grid extension and power substation.
The project has also been developed with a total installed capacity of over 2,000 MW, making it the largest renewable energy project in the world.
The first phase was commissioned in 2017 and completed in 2019.
This phase has been the focus of much debate, with critics accusing the government of not making enough investment in the project.
Critics also argue that the project was not built on time and therefore has no future.
In the first phase, a total of 13,823 MW of power was generated by the solar thermal unit.
This includes 1,638 MW of energy generated from the solar power unit and 3,073 MW from natural gas.
The power plant will be connected with a power grid extension for about 5,000 km of transmission line, with the aim of being connected with electricity distribution networks for Gujarat and the rest of the country.
The state has over 2 lakh km of power transmission lines, according to the government.
According to the project, the plant will generate over 200 megawatts of electricity for the state.
The government says that the cost of electricity will be reduced by 50 per cent.
The power plant is expected to generate a net cost of Rs 1,350 crore.
The government is yet to release details of the project and it is not clear if the company has any partners or investors.