The Indian State of Madhya Pradesh is going to have 4,450 MW of new solar park capacity completed before the end of October 2023.
The state minister for new and renewable energy, Hardeep Singh Dang, has given the instructions to complete the proposed solar parks in the State within the scheduled time-frame.
He gave the instructions to complete the 1500 MW solar park in Agar-Shajapur-Neemuch by December 2022, 600 MW Omkareshwar Dam floating solar power project by July 2023, 950 MW in Chattarpur by July 2023, and 1400 MW project in Morena by October 2023.
The minister also asked to complete the installation of 45,000 solar pumps in the State before July 2023. Rooftop solar plants are also proposed to be installed on school buildings in the State.
Madhya Pradesh is already home to a 750 MW solar project in Rewa. Set upon an area of 1590 hectares, it is one of the world’s largest single-site solar plants. Seventy-six percent of the power generated from the project is being provided to the state’s Power Management Company and 24% to Delhi Metro.
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