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Amazon to set up its first solar projects in India

Category : Business and economics
Published on: September 24 2022 Share on facebook

  • American e-commerce giant Amazon has announced that it will set up three solar farms in Rajasthan with a combined capacity of 420 megawatt (MW). This will be the first time that Amazon is setting up a solar farm in the country.
  • The power plant will be developed by three companies .ReNew Power will develop 210 MW plant,  Amp Energy India will set up 100 Mw and Brookfield Renewable Partners will develop  110 MW power plant .
  • Amazon will also set up 23 new solar rooftop projects in 14 cities of India, with a capacity to generate an additional 4.09 MW of power.
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