India's bold and ambitious climate target of reducing carbon emissions and reaching net-zero emission by 2070 has pushed the entire country to run its discourse on the climate crisis. We are committed in developing a mega renewable energy project in India in compliance with Honourable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi's vision to raise India’s energy capacity to 500 GW by 2030 through renewable energy to achieve energy efficiency and to convert vision into reality, Avaada Energy Pvt Ltd. is setting up its world's largest solar power plant to achieve its targeted goal. With a capacity of 1246 MW (DC), this project is spread across 4100 acres of land. The plant is being built in Bikaner, Rajasthan. Once completed, it will supply clean solar energy for 22.48 million households across India.
The entire 1246 MW will be delivering power beyond its boundaries- Haryana – 335 MW, Maharashtra – 490 MW, Telangana – 197 MW, Tamil Nadu – 224 MW, making it the WORLD’S LARGEST SOLAR POWER PLANT AT A SINGLE LOCATION BY ANY IPP IN INDIA.
The massive plant covers a boundary of 99km and comprises of 5,20,618 foundations, 7 types of modules, 29,42,608 solar modules, 2,18,82,502 fasteners, 919 nos of inverters, and 2338km length of cables. This plant is expected to avoid 1.8 million tonnes of COo2 emission every year and 45 million tonnes of CO2 during the entire project lifestyle.
Pile foundation for Module mounting structure
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Clean solar energy every year
Households shall be lightened
CO2 – Emission shall be avoided every year
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CO2 – shall be avoided during the entire project
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