Adani Green switches on 180 MW of solar in India


From pv magazine India

AGEL has commissioned a 180 MW solar power plant in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan. The plant, located at Devikot, benefits from a 25-year PPA with SECI.

The 180 MW solar plant is expected to produce around 540 million units (kWh) of electricity per year, powering more than 110,000 homes.

The plant features next-generation bifacial solar PV modules and horizontal single-axis solar trackers to maximize generation through better module efficiency and sun tracking throughout the day.

The plant is equipped with waterless robotic module cleaning systems, enabling water conservation in the barren region of Jaisalmer. The Energy Network Operation Centre (ENOC), anchored in the secured digital cloud platform, enables real-time monitoring of AGEL’s renewable energy assets, leading to enhanced operational performance.

With the successful commissioning of this plant, AGEL’s operating solar portfolio has grown to 6,243 MW and the total operating renewable generation capacity to 9,784 MW – the largest in India.

AGEL develops, owns, and operates utility-scale, grid-connected solar, wind and hybrid renewable power plants. The company has a locked-in growth trajectory up to 21.8 GW and targets 45 GW of installed renewable energy capacity by 2030.

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