Wind-Solar Power Plants: The Latest Renewable Energy Plants in India

Wind Power Plants
  • Wind and solar power plants were built in India on the basis of a big push for India’s green energy drive.
  • This hybrid power plant was built by the Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL) company in Jaisalmer with an electrical capacity of 390 MW.
  • Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL) now has an operational capacity of 5.8 GW. This is one of AGEL’s successful achievements to meet the electricity capacity achievement of 45 GW by 2030.

Wind and solar power plants were built in India on the basis of a big push for India’s green energy drive. This hybrid power plant was built by the Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL) company in Jaisalmer with an electrical capacity of 390 MW. Hybrid Wind-Solar Energy is considered an important way to meet India’s growing green energy needs.

The plant will be the first hybrid wind-solar power plant in India. Hybrid power generation is integrated through solar and wind power generation. The power plant exploits the full potential of renewable energy by completing the generation intermittency. In addition, it also provides a more reliable solution to meet the increasing demand for electricity.

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The project is part of the first construction facility by international banks at Adani Green. This project can also be said to be a success because it was successfully implemented amidst the uncertainty imposed by the global pandemic.

Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL) is a renewable energy platform. The company owns one of the largest renewable energy systems in the world. with an average growth of 20.4 GWa across all operating assets. The company is responsible for developing, constructing, and maintaining utility-scale connected solar and wind power projects. Power generation decarbonization is AGEL’s main focus to help India meet its sustainability goals.

AGEL as a company engaged in the energy sector, has received various awards. For example, the award as the #1 global solar power generation asset owner, awarded by US-based Mercom Capital. In addition, Project Finance International also awarded AGEL as Global Sponsor of the Year and as a driver of the energy transition.

This Adani Green company has a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). The agreement was entered into with Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) at a rate of Rs. 2.69 per kWh for 25 years. This cost is far below the Average Energy Procurement Cost (APPC) at the national level. This partnership provides access to affordable, modern, clean energy power generatioân for all.

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This hybrid plant is an additional step towards meeting India’s sustainable energy goals. Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL) now has an operational capacity of 5.8 GW. This is one of AGEL’s successful achievements to meet the electricity capacity achievement of 45 GW by 2030.

This makes AGEL have a renewable energy potential of 20.4GW. This is in line with the plan to fulfill its vision of 45 GW capacity by 2030. The Adani Group’s Energy Network Operation Center (ENOC) platform has helped the Group achieve consistently superior operational performance. This company utilizes all renewable energy spread across various locations in India for the sustainability of this project.

The ENOC platform is instrumental in delivering industry-leading performance. That performance is delivered through this newly commissioned hybrid wind-solar power plant.

Editor: Riana Nurhasanah

References:

[1]Adani Green arm commissions India’s first wind-solar hybrid power plant in Jaisalmer

[2]Adani Green switches on India’s first hybrid power plant

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