bathinda-project

Bathinda, Punjab, India

Adani’s Solar PV plant in Bathinda is India’s largest single axis tracker-based solar PV project. Spread over 641 acres of land, the plant features power evacuation through 132 kV double circuit transmission lines connected to the State Transmission Utility (STU).

The Bathinda plant uses technologically superior tier-1 solar PV modules.

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kamuthi-project

Kamuthi, Tamil Nadu, India

The world’s largest single location solar power project was commissioned by the Adani Group at Kamuthi, in Tamil Nadu, with an investment of around INR 45.5 billion. The world’s largest single location solar power project was commissioned at Kamuthi, in Tamil Nadu, with an investment of around INR 45.5 billion. It spans a vast area of 2,500 acres, equivalent to about 950 Olympic-sized football fields.

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whyalla-project

Whyalla, Australia

Adani and the City of Whyalla have been in discussions since 2015. Adani has an agreement to lease the solar farm site with council.

South Australian Goverment “State Sponsorship” of the approval process under the Development Act 1993 given in August 2016.

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bathinda-project

Bathinda, Punjab, India

Adani’s Solar PV plant in Bathinda is India’s largest single axis tracker-based solar PV project. Spread over 641 acres of land, the plant features power evacuation through 132 kV double circuit transmission lines connected to the State Transmission Utility (STU).

The Bathinda plant uses technologically superior tier-1 solar PV modules.

Know more
kamuthi-project

Kamuthi, Tamil Nadu, India

The world’s largest single location solar power project was commissioned by the Adani Group at Kamuthi, in Tamil Nadu, with an investment of around INR 45.5 billion. The world’s largest single location solar power project was commissioned at Kamuthi, in Tamil Nadu, with an investment of around INR 45.5 billion. It spans a vast area of 2,500 acres, equivalent to about 950 Olympic-sized football fields.

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whyalla-project

Whyalla, Australia

Adani and the City of Whyalla have been in discussions since 2015. Adani has an agreement to lease the solar farm site with council.

South Australian Goverment “State Sponsorship” of the approval process under the Development Act 1993 given in August 2016.

Know more