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100 MW South Indian Solar Park Now Under Construction

Image Credit: India flag via Shutterstock

Image Credit: India flag via Shutterstock

With the laying of a foundational stone, construction of the Raasi Solar Park has commenced in Tamil, Nadu, India.

This project is being undertaken by Raasi Green Earth Energy (RGEE) and the Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (TIDCO). The solar park will be located in the Ramanathapuram district of Tamil Nadu. This solar park is expected to attain 70 MW of capacity by January, and the full 100 MW goal by April 2014.

The INR920 crore project will be built on about 600 acres of land by RGEE associates Larsen and Toubro.

Source: PV-Tech.com

 
 
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