Floating solar power plant in India It world No1
As the production of thermal power and nuclear power is decreasing all over the world including India, awareness is being created about solar power generation.
Many states across India, including Tamil Nadu, are currently showing interest in solar power generation. In this situation, the world’s largest floating solar power plant has been set up in India.
Floating solar power plant
It is said that the world’s largest floating solar power plant will be set up at Kantua in the state of Madhya Pradesh and this power plant will generate 600 MW of electricity in 2022-23.
Allocation of 3000 crore
3000 crore allocation of Rs 3,000 crores has been estimated for the project and the floating power plant is to be set up at the Omkareshwar Dam on the Narmada River.
Electricity of 300 MW
Sanjay Dubey, the Principal Secretary of the Energy Department, told reporters that the world’s largest floating solar power plant is being constructed at the Omkareshwar Dam across the Narmada River.
We have invited tenders for generating 600 MW of electricity from this power plant by 2022-23. He also said.
Pride to India
Sanjay Dubey further said that this location is very suitable for setting up a solar power plant and we are proud to set up the world’s largest floating solar power plant.
Per Annum 4000 MW
4000 MW per annum He added that already in the state of Madhya Pradesh, electricity is being generated by hydel and thermal method, and after this, electricity is also being generated by solar thermal method, so that a total of about 4,000 MW of electricity will be generated in a year.