India is setting its foundations for what it deems will be the world’s largest hybrid renewable energy park. The megapark is set to produce a whopping 30 gigawatts of electricity, reported Agence France Presse (AFP). The country’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, laid the first foundation stone on Tuesday last week. PM Modi said the park would help India reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by up to 50 million tons each year. The megapark will be located in the Kutch region of the western Gujarat state in India and will span 72,600 hectares (180,000 acres) — which roughly translates to the size of Singapore. The park will be made up of all the good stuff like solar panels , solar energy storage units, and windmills. The hybrid renewable energy park is part of a bigger project , which includes a desalination plant, and a fully automated milk processing and packing plant. India Is Building a Green Energy “Megapark” the Size of Singapore – Going GreenIndia just laid the foundations for what officials are claiming will be the world’s largest renewable energy park. The gigantic project, in the Kutch region of western Gujarat, will cover an area of… — James Stamper […]

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