ReNew Power has commissioned its 300 MW solar plant at Pavagada Solar Park in Tumkur district of Karnataka.
According to a company statement, this is ReNew Power’s largest solar plant commissioned in terms of capacity till date and will help mitigate 0.6 million tonne of CO2 emission per year.
The company’s Chairman and MD Sumant Sinha said, “With the commissioning of this plant, ReNew Power looks to partner with the Karnataka government in harnessing the solar potential in the state.”
According to ReNew Power Chief Operating Officer Parag Sharma, “This is the first utility scale solar plant in India to use high efficiency Mono PERC solar modules and is based on seasonal tilt technology with string invertors. With the commissioning of this site, we have now increased our installed capacity in the 2,000 MW Pavagada Solar Park to a total of 350 MW.”
ReNew has a solar portfolio of nearly 3 GW across India, including both commissioned and projects under development.
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