Karnataka I
12. October 2018
Uttar Pradesh I
16. August 2019

Karnataka II

Karnataka II is a 27-megawatt solar power plant located in Koppal District in the state of Karnataka and was commissioned in August 2019. It was developed by Delhi-based SolarArise India Projects Pvt Ltd, an innovative operator of grid-connected solar power projects in India. ThomasLloyd has been a major shareholder in SolarArise since fall 2018.

Project site


Karnataka, India

CO2 reduction


40 664 tonnes p.a.

Reach of electricity supply


36 589 people



27 MW

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Project details

Project Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) Talettutayi Solar Projects Two Private Limited („Karnataka II“)
Location Kerehalli Village, Koppal District, Bundesstaat Karnataka, India
Location: 15.371604° N, 76.307229° E
Technical Specifications Project site: 484,328 m²
Solar irradiation at project site: 2,026 kWh/m²/year (SolarGIS)
Grid connection: To an existing 110 kV Kerehalli KPTCL substation, 2 km away
Fixed tilt mounting structure, using polycrystalline solar PV technology
29,295 modules of rating 325Wp and 53,136 modules of rating 330Wp
Reach of Electricity Supply 36 589 people
New permanent jobs 24 in the plant
Supplier/Manufacturer Solar Modules: JA Solar (China)
Solar Inverters: TBEA (China)
Inverter Transformer: Shilchar (India)
Power Transformer: Voltamp (India)
Mounting Systems: Ganges Internationale
Control Panels: TBD
HT Cables: Apar Industries Ltd. (India)
LT Cables: Apar Industries Ltd. (India)
String Cable: Apar Industries Ltd. (India)
Junction Boxes: Trinity Touch (United Kingdom)
General Contractor (EPC) Jakson Limited
Operations & Maintenance Jakson Limited (5 years)
Lender’s Engineer TUV Rheinland (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Electricity Offtake Counterparty Grid Connection Agreement with Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Power Purchase Agreement with Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (BESCOM)
Credit Rating Electricity Offtake Counterparty ICRA: A
Specifications of the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) Statutorily guaranteed Tariff fixed rate INR 3.04 (USD 0.04) per kWh, allocated through a reverse auction bidding process. The rate has been set and approved for 25 years by Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission.
Status In full operation since August 2019.

Status: 30/06/2021

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