World’s Largest Solar Power Plant Now at Kamudhi, Tamil Nadu [ Current News (Concise) - Science & Technology ]
The world’s largest solar power plant is not at Kamudhi in Ramanathapuram district 90 km from Madurai in Tamil Nadu. It has an installed capacity of 648MW. It was constructed in 5,000 acres by Adani Group with total expense of Rs 4,550 crore.
- The plant was completed in eight months and utilized equipment and machinery from various parts of the world.
- The plant includes:
- 25 lakh solar modules
- 3.8 lakh foundations
- 27,000m of structure
- 154 transformers
- 576 inverters
- 6,000km length of cables
- Around 8,500 people worked per day to set up the plant in the predicted time.
- Previously in world’s largest Single Rooftop Solar Power plant was inaugurated in Amritsar in May 2016.
About Adani Power
- Adani Power Limited is the power business subsidiary of Indian conglomerate Adani Group and one of the largest private power producers of India with 10,440 MW. capacity
- It was founded on 22nd August 1996 by Gautam Adani.
- Its headquartered at Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
- Adani Power Limited is at 334th position in the top companies in India in Fortune India 500 list of 2011.
- Published/Last Modified on: September 26, 2016