Mega Renewables Project in India

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Gujarat to become India’s largest solar Power Producer

Coming soon: a mega solar/wind power project in Gujarat (India) up to 5 GW.

The integrated wind and solar energy park will include about 800 MW of wind energy and 4,2 GW solar power capacity.

 

The project will be executed by 2 public sector companies: SJVN and Hindustan Salt Limited. The latter will provide surplus land from its salt production business in western Gujarat.

India’s largest power producer – NTPC Limited – is planning to implement several of these projects and currently has a pipeline of 3.5 GW solar power capacity.

Clean energy investments in India jumped to $7.9bn in 2014, helping the country maintain its position as the 7th largest clean energy investor in the world. The upswing was driven by the new.

Modi’s dream

The ambitious mega solar power project program is the brainchild of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, under whose leadership the Charanka solar park was implemented.

As per the policy, the central government shall facilitate implementation of 20 GW solar power capacity across various states in the country over the next five years.

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