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Govt approved 50 solar parks in 12 states till November 2023

Wednesday, 20 Dec 2023
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The Minister of New and Renewable Energy, R K Singh has announced that a total of 50 solar parks with a combined capacity of 37,490 MW have been approved in 12 states till 30 November, 2023.

The Minister informed the Parliament that the the government is implementing a scheme for 'Development of Solar Parks and Ultra Mega Solar Power Projects', with a target capacity of 40 GW. An aggregate capacity of 10,401 MW of solar projects have been commissioned in 19 solar parks, so far.

Around 12,150 MW of solar park projects have been sanctioned in Gujarat, followed by 8,276 MW in Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh (4,200 MW), Madhya Pradesh (4,180 MW), Uttar Pradesh (3,730 MW), Karnataka (2,500 MW). Further, about 1,089 MW solar park projects in Jharkhand, 750 MW in Maharashtra, 155 MW in Kerala, 100 MW in Chhattisgarh and 20 MW in Mizoram were sanctioned.

Besides, two solar parks - Kadaladi Solar Park and Ramanathapuram Solar Park of 500 MW each were sanctioned in Tamil Nadu, but later were cancelled due to slow progress and land constraints.

 
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