Spread across India, the projects include the installation of: 200 MW at the Pavagada Solar Park in Karnataka; 275 MW at the Uttar Pradesh Solar Park in Uttar Pradesh; 750 MW at the Kadapa Solar Park in Andhra Pradesh; 150 MW of grid-connected floating solar power projects at the Rihand Dam in Uttar Pradesh; and a total of 2,000 MW of Inter-State Transmission System (ISTS) connected projects.
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By Preeti Verma Lal
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