Adani unveils world’s largest solar power plant in Tamil Nadu


Chennai/New Delhi: Adani Green Energy, part of the Adani Group, Wednesday said it has committed to the country the world's biggest 648-mw sun based force plant in Tamil Nadu involving a venture of Rs 4,550 crore. 

The sun powered force plant, creating 648 mw at a solitary area, was formally committed to the country, an organization proclamation said. 

"The plant is set up at Kamuthi, Ramanathapuram, in Tamil Nadu with a speculation of Rs 4,550 crore. It is a piece of the state government's aggressive focus of creating 3,000 mw according to the sun powered vitality approach revealed by the administration in 2012," it said. 

The whole 648-mw plant is presently associated with Kamuthi 400 kv sub-station of Tantransco, making it the world's biggest sunlight based unit at a solitary area, it said. 

"This is a pivotal event for Tamil Nadu and in addition for the whole nation. We are… cheerful to devote this plant to the country. A plant of this greatness reestablishes the nation's desire of getting to be one of the main environmentally friendly power vitality makers on the planet," said Gautam Adani, Chairman, Adani Group. 

"I might want to express our most profound appreciation to boss priest and the administration of Tamil Nadu…," he said. 

The plant comprises of 3.80 lakh establishments, 25 lakh sun based modules, 27,000 mt of structure, 576 inverters, 154 transformers alongside 6,000-km links. 

For setting up the production line, the organization had sourced hardware and apparatus from different parts of the world in a time span of eight months. 

Around 8,500 faculty worked for a normal around 11 mw of establishment in a day to set up the plant in the stipulated time, it said.

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