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Adani Green switches on 551 MW solar capacity

This is the first operational capacity at the world’s largest renewable energy park.

Adani Green Energy Limited started the operations of the first 551 megawatts (MW) capacity of the largest renewable energy park in the world.

In a statement, Adani Green said the renewable energy park in Khavda, Gujarat is targeted to have a total of 30 gigawatts of renewable energy capacity installed, expected to start operations in the next five years.

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“This milestone is a validation of the Adani Group’s commitment and leading role in accelerating India’s equitable clean energy transition journey towards its ambitious goals of 500 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030 and carbon neutrality,” Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani said.

Once completed, the 30 GW renewable energy park is expected to generate around 81 billion units of electricity which can meet the demand of around 16.1 million households.

The project will also avoid about 58 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions and create job opportunities for around 15,200 individuals.

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