List of solar power plant in Rajasthan
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brand new DELHI: Asia will develop the entire world's biggest solar power plant to come up with 4, 000 mw from sunlight close to the Sambhar lake in Rajasthan that offer electricity at an estimated rate of Rs 5.50 per device.
The proposed solar project's capability is approximately 3 x Asia's total solar energy ability and similar with coal-fired ultra huge energy tasks of Tata energy and Reliance Power. "becoming 1st project of this scale anywhere in the world this task is anticipated to set a trend for large-scale solar energy development in the field, " a government statement stated.
It would be put up and operate by a partnership of five public sector utilities Bhel, Powergrid Corporation of Asia, solar technology Corporation of Asia, Hindustan Salts limited and Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments restricted, the declaration stated.
The initial phase associated with the task, which may be 1, 000 mw is expected is commissioned in 2016. "in line with the knowledge attained during implementation of initial stage of project, the residual ability would be implemented through a number of designs, " it stated. The task would 23, 000 acre of land out of which 18, 000 acre is provided by Hindustan Salts restricted. The tariff is anticipated becoming competitive.
"Government is deciding on a tariff of Rs 5.50 per product of solar power produced with this task, " stated Ashwini Kumar, manager (solar), solar energy business. Particularly, Rs 5.50 per unit is the lowest previously tariff for solar energy in the united kingdom, which can be anticipated to end up being the benchmark reference tariff for upcoming period of this national solar power goal besides.
"we might route an integral part of the finance through viability space investment, rest could be tied up through power buy agreements with power distribution businesses, " said Kumar.
The existing cost of solar energy in the country is just about Rs 7 per device. Utilizing the project establishing the benchmark price Rs 5.50 per device, its anticipated to reduce the price of solar power further.
"Solar power at the price of Rs 5.50 per unit would certainly bring in purchasers. Prior discussion with the government, circulation organizations and ministry of finance have actually yielded that solar power at this rate is many viable for finance and buy, " stated Amit Kumar, connect Director (power & utilities) at PwC.