Addressing a special session of chief ministers during the third ‘Global Renewable Energy Investors’ Conference the Chief Minister of Rajasthan Shri Ashok Gehlot stated that his state will meet the target of 30,000 MW solar energy and 7,500 MW wind and hybrid power generation by 2024-25.
This will be possible due to strategies to provide special facilities to investors by making the process of investment in alternative energy in the state easier.
Currently, Rajasthan has an operational base of 10,000 MW solar and wind power projects and 27,000 MW capacity plants are in the process of being installed.
He said that central government can produce 2.7 lakh MW of solar and wind energy from Rajasthan. The state government is also constantly striving to achieve this goal in the long run.
Gehlot called upon the renewable energy producers, developers, and investors present at the investor conference to come to Rajasthan and invest in renewable sector as the state has 1.25 lakh hectare land bank available in Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, and other districts of the state.
The state saw a record low tariff of Rs.2/unit in the recently concluded solar auction by SECI.
This is an Agency News Feed; edited by Clean-Future Team