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India’s biggest solar power plant in Bhadla, Rajasthan set to generate 10,000 MW of solar power by 2022; Check out images

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Sun June 18 2017, 5:06 pm
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    Adani Group, a global infrastructure player, has set a target of 10,000 mega watts (MW) of solar power by 2022. (Express Photo)

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    It signed a joint venture agreement with the Rajasthan Government to set up a 10,000 MW solar park, which will emerge as the largest such integrated facility in India. (Express Photo)

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    Spread across 45 sqkm, Bhadla - India's largest solar park will also house manufacturing facilities set up under the country's ambitious 'Make In India' initiative. The site is covered by over million solar panels, only 15 per cent of which are operational. (Express Photo)

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    By the end of next year, the solar park is expected to generate almost 2,255 MW of electricity. A huge control room has been set up with engineers to monitor the amount of electricity produced and to keep a check on the working of equipments. (Express Photo)

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    Besides engineers, a labor force of almost 300 people is available including Technicians, Maintenance Staff, Construction workers, security guards etc. Most of the workers are employed from the nearby village. (Express Photo)

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    sabse
    Jun 19, 2017 at 7:57 am
    We indians are foolishly moving towards the most inefficient solar power where only 15 lac units of electricity is produced by 1 mw plant in a year in daytime only and that too by imported solar pannels.use of solar power in night makes it fatally costly. We are discouraging most efficient thermal energy where 100 lac units are produced by 1 mw by our own coal. We are slaves of rich nations and our poolicies and deeds in energy, tech, bullion and services sectors are benefiting them and harming us to fail by art Mata.Be wise and change.
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      Vats
      Jun 19, 2017 at 10:09 am
      Perhaps you are forgetting about this thing known as climate change. Its time we transform our energy source to renewable and green ones. It might be costly during initial stages but in the long run its better for whole earth. The already developed thermal powerplants are not providing any new employment, are polluting (degrading our international image as a result) and leading to all sorts of problems such as excessive mining of coal(causing massive displacements, pollution and corruption not in this govt i hope). I believe pollution alone is enough excuse to stop relying on thermal plants. And its a good step to move to renewable sources, solar to start. Maybe its disadvantages might trigger some smart and baniya minds to look for other greener options which are more efficient. I hope younget the point. Thanks
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