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Some projects of SunEdison and Adani Power, both of which are building solar projects in Tamil Nadu, have technically missed the March 31 deadline for commissioning. This is a big blow, as those projects would consequently be ineligible for the lucrative tariff of 7.01 a kWhr. SunEdison has confirmed that its 50 MW ´Kathiravan´ plant is stuck in the issue. The company was building 190 MW under the 7.01-a-unit feed-in tariff regime. SunEdison has completed and grid-tied 125 MW and could not complete another 15 MW. However, the 50-MW Kathiravan project was made ready for commissioning well before the deadline, but could not be connected to the sub-station due to delay in the State government giving certain approvals. SunEdison believes it is not at fault and intends to ¨approach the state electricity regulatory commission¨, if the project is made ineligible for the tariff. Apart from the 190-MW, SunEdison has another 25 MW of solar projects in the State, which includes rooftop plants.