Plant will be entirely covered with waterless robotic module cleaning systems  

Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL), one of the world’s leading renewable energy (RE) companies, has operationalized cumulative capacity of 1,000 MW solar energy at the world’s largest Renewable Energy (RE) park at Khavda, Gujarat, India. With this, AGEL has achieved operational capacity of 9,478 MW and continues its journey to the stated goal of 45,000 MW by 2030.  

AGEL delivered 1,000 MW in less than 12 months of commencing work at Khavda. This involved installing approximately 2.4 million solar modules.

The world’s largest RE plant of 30 GW spans a staggering 538 sq kmof barren land, five times the size of Paris. The project is expected to be completed in the next five years and will create over 15,200 green jobs.

Leveraging the proven project execution capabilities of Adani Infra, technological expertise of Adani New Industries Limited (ANIL), operational excellence of AIMSL, robust supply chain, AGEL is set to replicate its success in building and operating the world’s largest wind-solar hybrid cluster at Jaisalmer.

Innovative solutions are being deployed at Khavda to integrate sustainable practices. AGEL has committed to deploy waterless cleaning robots for the entire solar capacity to address dust accumulation on panels to increase the energy output and help conserve water in the arid Kutch region. This will enable AGEL’s water neutrality goals aligned to United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6.

The Khavda plant is a testament to AGEL’s sustainable progress and unwavering resolve to accelerate the global clean energy transition.

About the world’s largest renewable energy park

AGEL, with the support of its strategic ecosystem of vendors, is developing the world’s largest renewable energy project on barren land at Khavda in Kutch, Gujarat. Built across 538 sq km, it is five times the size of Paris and almost as large as Mumbai city.  Once complete, it will be the planet’s largest power plant regardless of the energy source.

Photo Caption: Bi-facial solar modules installed at Khavda

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