India switches on world’s largest single-location hybrid renewables cluster


The Indian state of Rajasthan houses India’s first and the world’s largest solar-wind hybrid cluster in the Jaisalmer district. The cluster includes projects totaling 2.14 GW, all commissioned by Adani Green Energy.

The cluster spans an area of 11,500 acres. The PV capacity is built with around 5.8 million solar modules of 535 Wp each, with fixed-tilt module mounting structures used for 40% of the overall PV capacity and 60% with trackers. A total of 353 wind-turbine generators have also been put into operation.

Adani Green Energy is now working to develop 15 GW of hybrid solar-wind projects at Khavda in Gujarat. The cluster, housing almost seven times the hybrid generation capacity of the Jaisalmer cluster, will span 70,500 acres and employ 33.6 million PV modules of 570+ Wp each, trackers with robotic cleaning, and 375 wind-turbine generators (5X machines). 


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