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Amazon, Vibrant Energy to develop 300MW renewable projects in India

Once completed, it is expected to produce 1.163 million MWh of clean energy.

Amazon partners with Vibrant Energy for its first wind-solar hybrid projects to be located in the states of Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka.

In a joint statement, they said that this is considered one of the largest wind-solar hybrid corporate power purchase agreements by a technology firm in India.

READ MORE: Amazon to develop 420MW solar projects in India

The two projects are expected to generate around 1.163 million megawatt-hours (MWh) of energy once operational, enough to power around 380,000 average-sized households in New Delhi annually.

This will bring Amazon’s utility-scale renewable energy projects in India, following the three solar farms in Rajasthan, for a total of over 720MW renewable energy capacity.

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