World's Largest Solar Power Plant in Tamil Nadu

The biggest achievement of Narendra Modi has come to limelight after he signed as Prime Minister of India. Yes, PM Modi has achieved a huge success in Energy Sector. After the announcement of demonetisation of currency, Modi is facing criticism from opposition parties and started blaming him due to the ban of big old notes. But, he is not caring anyone and simply focusing on business.

The biggest achievement of Narendra Modi is Kamuthi Solar Power Project in Tamil Nadu. The huge solar power plant which has a capacity of producing 648 Mega Watt built in an area of 10 sq. Kilometers in Kamuthi, Tamil Nadu in South India. This is the biggest Solar Power Plant made at a single location and stood as world’s biggest solar plant taking the title from the Topaz Solar Farm in California, which has a capacity of 550 MW. This is the first ever big success of Narendra Modi and this achievement shows his power, talent and focus.

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Sponsored by Adani Group, the Kamuthi Solar Power Plant took nearly eight months for its construction and every day it is cleaned by a robotic system, charged by its solar panels. The plant is estimated to produce electricity which will be distributed to nearly 150,000 homes.

The Project is covered in 2.5 million individual solar modules, and it took $679m for its construction. The biggest solar power plant has helped push India’s total installed solar capacity across 10GW mark, according to a statement by research firm Bridge to India.

The country is more focusing on increasing Solar Power, and if it is done, India is expected to become the world’s third-biggest solar market from next year after China and the United States. Although India is growing rapidly to produce solar power, still it will need to increase its solar panels.

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India aims to power 60 million homes by 2022, and it is the part of Government’s goal to produce 40 percent of its electricity from non-fossil fuels by 2030. It is a good thought of India to increase solar power plants, and even environmental groups are also praising this.

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