ABB connects power to the Indian grid from one of the world’s largest solar plants

By Emily Wild ABB has successfully commissioned five substations to integrate a 648 MW solar project at Kamuthi in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu to the national transmission grid. The project was awarded by independent power producer (IPP) Adani Group in 2015, and completed on schedule. The solar photovoltaic project – made up of five plants in a single location – is the largest of its kind in the world. 360 MW from the solar project is currently grid-connected and at full capacity this facility will account for nearly 10% of the country’s current solar capacity of around seven GW.
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