World's largest renewable energy park opens in India, Gujrat

In a historical development, Gautam Adani's group has established the world's largest renewable energy park in Gujarat's Khavda, along the border with Pakistan. 

When Gautam Adani first visited Khavda in December 2022, he was struck by the starkness of the landscape, joking about the improbability of finding even a mosquito in such a desolate area. 

Despite these initial doubts, his vision for the area has led to creation of a bustling center of activity & innovation.  

The installation of solar panels and windmills harnesses area's natural resources, while the construction of worker colonies & desalination plants supports sustainable living conditions for those on-site. 

Adani Green Energy Ltd, the largest renewable energy company in India, is spearheading this initiative with an investment of about Rs 1.5 lakh crore.  

This ambitious project is part of India's broader goal to generate 500 GW of electricity from non-fossil sources by 2030, aligning commitment to achieving net-zero emissions by 2070. 

Khavda is now equipped with modern infrastructure, including roads, drainage systems, and telecommunications, all built to support the vast energy production facilities. 

This transformation represents a significant step in India's renewable energy ambitions, turning a once inhospitable area into a cornerstone of the country's energy strategy.