Automotive parts maker Omax Auto Ltd said it installed 200 kWp rooftop solar photo voltaic (SPV) power generation projects, designed and developed by Moser Baer Photo Voltaic Ltd (MBPV) at their Manesar and Dharuhera facilities in Haryana.
These highly efficient and cost effective SPV systems feed power directly to the building level grid of their facilities, and obviate the need for any battery back-up systems and the maintenance associated with them.
MBPV has provided a complete turnkey solution including design, engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning, grid and diesel generator (DG) set synchronisation. The company will also provide operations and maintenance services for the project.
Omax Auto shares ended 2.18% up at Rs49.25 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.15% up at 16,469.55 points
The reserve price is Rs1,750 crore for a pan-India BWA spectrum licence. After experiencing success in 3G spectrum auction, the government is now hopeful that the BWA auction would also bring a revenue windfall
The auction for Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) started today with 11 players, including Bharti, Vodafone, RCom and Tatas, in the race to acquire the two slots on offer, reports PTI.
When contacted, a senior Department of Telecommunications (DoT) official said the actions are going on smoothly across 22 circles simultaneously and so far two rounds have been completed.
Eleven telecom firms, including Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, RCom, the Tatas and Qualcom, are in the fray for the two slots of spectrum on auction.
There is no separate estimate for BWA revenue generation.
The government had earlier estimated Rs35,000 crore from the sale of both third generation (3G) and BWA. The 3G auction, which concluded recently, has fetched Rs67,719 crore to the government.
The e-auction started at 9 am and will remain open till 7.30 pm everyday till the process is complete. Other players participating in the auction include Idea Cellular, Aircel, Augere Mauritius, Infotel Broadband Services, Internet Service Provider, Tata Communications Internet Services, Tikona Digital Networks and Vodafone Essar.
The reserve price is Rs1,750 crore for a pan-India BWA spectrum licence. After experiencing success in 3G spectrum auction, the government is now hopeful that the BWA auction would also bring a revenue windfall.
Global investment bank Rothschild and telecom auction services provider Dot.econ are advising the government on the BWA auction.
The government has set the base price at Rs1,750 crore for BWA. Two blocks of 20MHz unpaired spectrum in the 2.3GHz band in each of the 22 service areas in the country will be up for bidding.
The two government-owned companies—Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL), which have already been given spectrum ahead of the private players, will have to pay the equivalent of the winning bid in each service area.
Take Solutions Ltd, provider of supply chain management (SCM) and life sciences (LS) products, said it promoted Shobana NS, its vice-president for finance and accounts as the new chief financial officer (CFO).
Ms Shobana has over 15 years of expertise in strategic and operational aspects of management with continuous exposure and experience in SCM and general management roles.
Take Solutions shares ended 4.82% down at Rs26.65 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.15% up at 16,469.55 points.