Lens view: India's largest floating solar power plant to be established under Jharkhand Industrial and Investment Promotion Policy 2021

The 2-day Summit witnessed a commitment of nearly 1.36 billion investments in Jharkhand in the coming months, leading to around 20,000 direct and around 1.5 Lakh indirect employment.

Lens view: India's largest floating solar power plant to be established under Jharkhand Industrial and Investment Promotion Policy 2021
Jharkhand Chief Minister, Hemant Soren being welcomed by the Chief Secretary, Sukhdeo Singh (left) and Additional Chief Secretary-Development Commissioner, Arun Kumar Singh during Investors meet in New Delhi on Saturday. Photograph : Rajeev Bhatt

Chief Minister of Jharkhand Hemant Soren launched Jharkhand Industrial and Investment Promotion Policy 2021 during Investors’ Meet organized in New Delhi. "We are establishing India’s largest floating solar power plant in Jharkhand", said Soren.

Jharkhand Chief Minister, Hemant Soren flanked by Chief Secretary, Sukhdeo Singh (left) and Additional Chief Secretary-Development Commissioner, Arun Kumar Singh applauding the exchanging the MoU signed by Sachin Kumar Agarwal , Director, Adhunik Power and Natural Resources Ltd and Pooja Singhal, IAS, Secretary, Department of Industries and Mining during the Investors meet in New Delhi on Saturday.

TATA steel is intending to invest US$420 million over the next three years into this project while companies like Dalmia Group signs MoU to expand their cement plant, establish solar power plant & solid waste management plant, Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) commits to invest US$560 million, Adhunik Power signed MoU for  investments worth US$270 million and Prem Ruber Works pvt ltd to invest US$6.76 million.