India switches on world’s largest hybrid renewables cluster


From pv magazine India

Adani Green Energy has commissioned a 2.14 GW solar-wind hybrid cluster in Jaisalmer district, in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The site, spanning 11,500 acres, features 5.8 million solar modules, with capacities of 535 Wp each.

About 40% of the total PV capacity includes fixed-tilt module mounting structures. In addition, the projedt includes 353 wind turbines.

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Adani Green Energy's future plans involve the development of a 15 GW hybrid solar-wind project in Khavda, Gujarat. This upcoming cluster will span 70,500 acres. It willl feature 33.6 million PV modules, each 570+ Wp in size. The setup will include trackers with robotic cleaning technology and 375 wind turbines.

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