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‘World’s largest’ renewable park powers up

The world's largest renewable energy park in India has begun generating power, covering an area comparable to Singapore and with the potential to supply energy to more than 16 million homes

Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL) has initiated the operation of a 551MW solar capacity in Khavda, Gujarat, India, supplying power to the national grid.

AGEL achieved this milestone within 12 months of commencing work on the Khavda RE park, focusing initially on developing basic infrastructure such as roads and connectivity.

Once finished, the Khavda RE park will claim the title of the largest renewable energy installation globally, capable of powering 16.1 million homes annually.

AGEL has ambitious plans to develop 30GW of renewable energy capacity at the Khavda RE park, with the anticipated completion of this capacity within the next five years.

Gautam Adani, Chairman, Adani Group, said: “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 500GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030 and carbon-neutrality.”

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