Karnataka Govt Plans To 3 Three Another Ultra Mega Renewable Energy Parks
Cauvery Water Supply Scheme Stage-V executed at quick pace, Governor says in address to joint Karnataka Legislature Session. The Karnataka government intends to set up three increasingly ultra mega sustainable power source stops, each with 2,500 MW limit, at Koppal, Bidar and Gadag.
Tending to the joint session of the Karnataka Legislature on Monday, Governor Vajubhai Vala said the State government keeps on driving in the sustainable power source space. The State's first ultra mega sunlight based undertaking in Pavagada has been completely authorized. "My administration expects to define an arrangement to advance independent and lattice associated sun oriented fueled horticulture siphons," said Vala.
On urban improvement, the Governor stated, "It is one of the need zones of my administration. Mukhya Mantri Nava Nagarothana Yojane has been endorsed with an expense of ₹8,344 crore and works costing more than ₹2,500 crore are under advancement." "The Cauvery Water Supply Scheme arrange V is being actualized at a quick pace, with the money related help of JICA. An extra 775 MLD of water will be accessible for providing to Bengaluru city in the wake of appointing of this undertaking," he said