Indian company builds a solar plant to power India
Indian solar energy company JB-M builds a plant in India to produce power from solar panels.
The plant will be used to produce solar thermal power and will generate electricity to power buildings.
The company has already installed solar thermal units in Mumbai, Mumbai-NCR, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Kolkata and Kanpur.
The solar thermal plant, the third of its kind, will produce up to 50 MW of power for every square metre of land on the site.
The facility will be built on the existing solar thermal grid.
The company is working on the project with a group of local partners, and has secured financing from the Indian government.
The project is expected to be operational by the end of 2019.
The JB Solar Thermal Power Plant is one of the world’s largest solar thermal projects, the largest of its type in the world.
The JB project will help India achieve its ambitious goal of solar thermal energy production of up to 500 MW.
This is an ambitious goal for India and for solar thermal technology in general.
The state of Gujarat is a major solar thermal market, accounting for more than 60% of the global market.
Solar thermal technology has been widely adopted by the state of India.
India currently has around 500 MW of solar capacity, of which only 50 MW is on the grid.
Solar thermal power plants are relatively simple to build.
The grid has a grid of PV panels on a site.
It is a relatively easy project to scale up.
Solar heaters are installed in the sun, with the panels reflecting the sunlight.
This minimizes the number of hot spots in the grid, making the grid more efficient.
Solar Thermal Power Plants are also very cost effective.
For example, JB Power’s solar thermal unit in Mumbai cost Rs 5.5 crore per watt, and the cost per kilowatt-hour for the solar thermal project in Jaipuri, India, is around Rs 2.5 lakh.