These PV plants will help the country meet its significant energy requirements without increasing levels of pollution
Solarpack’s six Indian solar plants, located in the state of Telangana, have entered operation with a total power of 104 MWp.
The Achampet and Padmajiwadi plants, which have been operating since September, are generating 21,000 MWh of clean energy each a year. Renjal, meanwhile, is providing 31,600 MWh a year. The other three solar parks, Ghanpur, Gummadidala and Thukkapur, have recently started operation and are also generating 31,600 MWh each a year.
These PV plants will help the country meet its significant energy requirements without increasing levels of pollution.
The state distribution companies TSNPDCL and TSSPDCL will buy the electricity generated over a period of 25 years through a long-term power purchase agreement. This was Solarpack’s first contract in the southeast Asian country.