Adani Green Energy Completes 300 MW Wind Project in Gujarat

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Adani Green Energy (AGEL) has announced the operationalization of 126 MW wind power capacity in Gujarat, marking the completion of a 300 MW project. Previously, 174 MW had been operationalized, bringing the total to 300 MW.

This wind project is anticipated to generate approximately 1,091 million electricity units annually, leading to an avoidance of approximately 0.8 million tons of CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions per year.

In a statement, Adani Green Energy emphasized its commitment to maintaining market leadership, boasting India’s largest renewable energy portfolio of 9,604 MW.

Adani Green Energy highlighted its utilization of the Energy Network Operations Centre (ENOC), a cloud-based platform for real-time monitoring and leveraging analytics and machine learning, which sets industry benchmarks for performance.

India holds the fourth-highest wind installed capacity globally, as per the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy. The National Institute of Wind Energy estimates India’s gross wind power potential at 695.5 GW at 120 meters and 1163.9 GW at 150 meters above ground level.

Adani Green Energy specializes in developing, owning, and operating utility-scale grid-connected solar, wind, and hybrid renewable power plants. With a locked-in growth trajectory of up to 21.8 GW, the company currently maintains an operating renewable portfolio exceeding 9.5 GW, the largest in India, spread across 12 states.

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