Adani Green Operationalises Third Hybrid Power Plant In Rajasthan

Highlights :

  •  With a capacity of 450 MW, the plant takes Adani Green’s Hybrod capacity to 1440 MW, making it among the leading Wind-Solar plant operators globally.
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The Adani Group’s renewable energy company, Adani Green Energy Ltd. (AGEL), recently announced that its third hybrid power plant in Rajasthan, with a 450 megawatt capacity, had been placed into operation. Adani Green Energy’s hybrid plant, with a total  1,440 MW capacity, has the greatest operational hybrid power producing capacity.

The third wind-solar hybrid power plant from AGEL has been put into service in Jaisalmer. With SECI (Solar Energy Corporation of India), the facility has Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) worth Rs 2.67 per kilowatt-hour for 25 years, according to a statement from AGEL.

This project includes 420 MW of solar power and 105 MW of wind power. India’s first 390 MW hybrid power plant had been operationalized earlier by AGEL in May 2022. After that, the 600 MW largest co-located hybrid power plant in the world was put into service in September 2022. These two hybrid energy generation facilities are also situated close to Jaisalmer.

With the  commissioning of the latest 450 MW facility, AGEL’s overall operating generation capacity increased to 7.17 GW. AGEL says it is now the largest wind-solar hybrid power farm developer in the world as a result of this. Adani Solar Energy Jaisalmer One Private Ltd., a subsidiary of AGEL, is home to the recently operational 450 MW hybrid power plant.

With a total portfolio of 20.4 GW, which includes operating, under-construction, and awarded assets, AGEL continues to stay the course for its target of 25 GW by 2025.

Earlier, Adani Green raised a Japanese yen-denominated loan to refinance its current debt for 350 MW of solar projects in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. This was done through its subsidiary Adani Solar Energy AP Six.

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