World’s Largest Solar Power Plant Bhadla Solar Park

The Bhadla Solar Park is a Solar power plant located in the Thar desert of Rajasthan, India.

It covers an area of 56 square kilometers and has a total installed capacity of 2,245 (MW), making it the largest solar park in the world.

This project was started in 2015. Around $1.4 billion have been invested into this project.

The Bhadla Solar Park was initiated by the Rajasthan Renewable energy corporation (RRECL), a joint venture between the Government of Rajasthan and the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).

Development of Bhadla Solar Power Plant

The park was developed in four phases since 2015, with $775 million in funding from the Climate Investment Fund and $1.4 billion in funding from other sources.

Development of Bhadla Solar Power Plant

The power evacuation functionality has been developed by the PGCIL (Powergrid Corporation of India) and TRANSCO (State-owned Transmission Company), which is to be delivered to the state board of the government.

Power Evacuation System