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Adani unit commissions 450MW wind-solar hybrid plant

It now has the largest operational hybrid capacity globally of 1,440MW.

Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL) has commissioned its third hybrid wind-solar plant with a total capacity of 450 megawatts (MW) at Jaisalmer in Rajasthan.

In a statement, Adani said the plant, composed of 420MW solar and 105MW wind plants, has a power purchase deal with SECI at Rs 2.67 per kilowatt-hour for 25 years.

It is housed in AGEL’s subsidiary Adani Solar Energy Jaisalmer One Private Ltd.

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The third hybrid plant came following the commissioning of a 390MW hybrid plant in May and a 600MW hybrid plant both located in Jaisalmer, with a total capacity of 1,440MW, making it the largest wind-solar hybrid power developer globally.

AGEL’s total capacity is now around 7.17 gigawatts.

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