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    Amazon to develop three solar farms, 23 solar rooftop projects


    September 23, 2022 - admin

     

      Amazon announced its first utility-scale renewable energy projects – three solar farms located in Rajasthan.

      These include a 210 MW project to be developed by ReNew Power, a 100 MW project to be developed by Amp Energy India, and a 110 MW project to be developed by Brookfield Renewable. The combined solar farms have the capacity to generate 1,076,000 MWh of renewable energy per year.

      Additionally, Amazon announced 23 new solar rooftop projects on its fulfillment centres across 14 cities in India. These will have the capacity to generate an additional 4.09 MW of renewable energy.

      This brings the total number of solar rooftop projects in India to 41 with 19.7 MW of renewable energy capacity. The new Bikaner solar park development is being undertaken as a part of the Brookfield Global Transition Fund.

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