Solar Parks

What are solar parks?

India, with its large population and rapidly growing economy, needs access to clean, cheap and reliable sources of energy. India lies in the high solar insolation region, endowed with huge solar energy potential with most of the country having about 300 days of sunshine per year with annual mean daily global solar radiation in the range of 4 - 6 kWh/m2/day. On December 2014 the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) of India announced the approval for implementation of a Scheme for Development of Solar Parks and Ultra Mega Solar Power Projects in the country commencing from 2014-15 and onwards. At that time, the scheme was aimed to set up at least 25 solar parks each with a capacity of 500 MW and above with a target of over 20.000 MW.

The concept of “Solar Park” is an infrastructure to accelerate the development of solar power generation projects in a concentrated zone, by providing to developers an area that is well characterized, provide dedicated infrastructure to reduce the expenses of infrastructure for each solar developer located in the zone.

On March 2017, and due to the successful progress of the solar parks implementation, MNRE reviewed the goal of the scheme so as to enhance the capacity from 20.000 to 40.000 MW by setting up at least 50 solar parks each with a capacity of 500 MW an above by 2019-20.

The objective of scheme is to provide a huge impetus to solar energy generation by acting as a flagship facility to encourage project developers and investors, prompting additional projects of similar nature, triggering economies of scale for cost-reductions, technical improvements and achieving large scale reductions in GHG emissions. It will enable States to bring in significant investment from project developers, meet its Solar Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO) mandates and provide employment opportunities to local population. The State will also reduce its carbon footprint by avoiding emissions equivalent to the solar park’s installed capacity and generation. Further, the State will also avoid procuring expensive fossil fuels to power conventional power plants

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Agar Solar Park

Solar PV capacity of 550 MW will be developed in Agar Solar Park with the support of the World Bank Group located in Agar district, Madhya Pradesh.

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Amguri Solar park

Tendered by SECI with deadline of 14th of March 2018 it will mark the debut of northeast in the Indian solar parks scene.

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Anantapur solar park

The NP Kunta Ultra Mega Solar Park, also known as Ananthapur Ultra Mega Solar Park, is a solar park spread over a total area of 7,924.76 acres (32.0704 km2) in Nambulapulakunta mandal in the Ananthapur district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.

Mar 12, 2012


Bhadla Solar park Phase I

Rajasthan Renewable Energy Corporation developed the Phase I of the Bhadla solar park in Rajasthan.

Apr 02, 2013


Bhadla Solar park Phase II

Bhadla is a sandy, dry and arid region with an area of about 45 km2. located in the Jodhpur district of Rajasthan. Bhadla is about 200 km north of Jodhpur and about 320 km west of Jaipur. The region has been described as "almost unlivable" due its climate. Average temperatures in Bhadla hover between 46 and 48 degrees Celsius. Hot winds and sand storms occur frequently. The clo

Mar 26, 2017


Bhadla Solar park Phase III

Bhadla phase III is developed by IL&FS. SECI auctioned 500 MW capacity in the third phase on 11 May 2017.

May 11, 2017


Bhadla Solar park Phase IV

The phase IV of Bhadla solar park was developed by Adani. SECI auctioned 250 MW capacity on 9 May 2017.

May 09, 2017


Dhule solar park

Mahagenco is developing a 500 MW solar park in Dhule in Maharashtra state.

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Essel solar park

Essel Group, India’s leading business conglomerate has signed a Memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Government of Rajasthan to develop Solar Park at Bikaner and Jaisalmer with the total investment of Rs. 4,000 crore. The group has also shown keen interest in developing major infrastructural projects in the state of Rajasthan for verticals like Roads and Waste to Energy. Going forward,

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Hisar solar park

SUN Haryana Limited, a joint venture of Haryana Power Generation Corporation Limited (HPGCL) and Haryana State Industrial & Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (HSIIDC), both a Government of Haryana undertakingwill set up a Solar Park at Bugana, Hisar, Haryana.

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