Adani Green Energy has revealed that its Adani Hybrid Energy Jaisalmer One Ltd. (AHEJOL) unit has commissioned a 390 MW wind-solar hybrid power plant in Rajasthan.
The project is purportedly India’s first large-scale wind-solar power plant. It benefits from a 25-year power purchase agreement with Solar Energy Corp. of India (SECI) at a tariff of INR 2.69 ($0.035)/kWh.
ReNew Power recently commissioned a 17.6 MW captive wind-solar project in Gujarat. The ReNew project supplies clean energy to a factory run by Grasim Industries Ltd. Hero Future Energies has also commissioned a wind-solar hybrid project in Karnataka by adding 28.8 MW of solar capacity to an existing 50 MW wind farm.
With the commissioning of the 390 MW wind-solar plant, Adani Green now has an operational renewable energy capacity of 5.8 GW and a total portfolio of 20.4 GW.
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