India builds world’s largest renewable energy park, five times larger than Paris

The future seems bright!
  • World’s largest renewable energy park has been built in Gujarat, India
  • They plan to expand the park’s capacity to 30 GW in the next five years
  • India aims for 500 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030

Published on Apr 22, 2024 at 8:28PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 22, 2024 at 8:29PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain
largest renewable energy park in the world

In India, something truly monumental has happened: the world’s largest renewable energy park has been built in Khavda, Gujarat.

This park is so massive, it’s actually five times bigger than Paris.

Led by Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL), this incredible achievement is a big step forward in India’s journey towards cleaner energy.

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You might not hear much about Adani in the news, unlike the Ambanis, who are always in the spotlight for their luxury purchases like a new Rolls Royce or a new mansion in London.

But when it comes to business, especially in ports and energy, Adani is simply unbeatable.

AGEL’s Khavda RE park is a prime example of this.

With 551 MW of solar power already up and running, AGEL has managed to turn the barren Rann of Kutch into a bustling hub for clean energy.

And you know what’s more amazing? They did it in just one year!

The park is now home to around 8,000 workers, making it a real game-changer for the region.

But AGEL isn’t stopping there. They’ve got plans to expand the park’s capacity to a mind-blowing 30 GW in the next five years.

That’s a whole lot of clean energy!

And they’re not just focused on making power – they’re also making sure to take care of the community.

From education to health and water conservation, AGEL is making a real difference in people’s lives.

The secret to the park’s success lies in the abundant wind and solar resources of the region.

AGEL has used some really impressive technology, like giant wind turbines and robotic cleaners for solar panels, to make the most of these resources.

With India aiming for 500 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030, projects like the Khavda RE park are a cornerstone for a greener future.

And by 2070, the country aims to reach a groundbreaking milestone of zero emissions.

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