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Adani Green Energy Limited Implements Waterless Robotic Module Cleaning Systems Across Entire Plant

Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL), a global leader in renewable energy (RE) solutions, has successfully operationalized a cumulative capacity of 1,000 MW solar energy at the world’s largest Renewable Energy (RE) park in Khavda, Gujarat, India. This significant milestone marks AGEL’s operational capacity at 9,478 MW, further propelling its ambitious target of reaching 45,000 MW by 2030.

AGEL achieved the delivery of 1,000 MW within a remarkable timeframe of less than 12 months from the commencement of work at Khavda, entailing the installation of approximately 2.4 million solar modules.

Spanning a colossal 538 sq km of barren land, five times the size of Paris, the world’s largest RE plant of 30 GW is expected to be completed over the next five years, generating over 15,200 green jobs.

Drawing upon the extensive project execution capabilities of Adani Infra, technological proficiency of Adani New Industries Limited (ANIL), operational excellence of AIMSL, and a robust supply chain, AGEL is poised to replicate its success in building and operating the world’s largest wind-solar hybrid cluster at Jaisalmer.

Innovative solutions are being integrated at Khavda to promote sustainable practices. AGEL has committed to deploying waterless cleaning robots across the entire solar capacity to combat dust accumulation on panels, thereby enhancing energy output and conserving water resources in the arid Kutch region. This initiative aligns with AGEL’s goal of achieving water neutrality, in accordance with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6.

The Khavda plant stands as a testament to AGEL’s dedication to sustainable progress and its unwavering commitment to accelerating the global transition towards clean energy.

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