India now boasts of the world’s largest solar power plant with the completion of its new facility in the southern India state of Tamil Nadu.
India’s new solar power plant in Kamuthi town has a capacity of 648 MW, spread over 10 square kilometers (almost 4 square miles). The area it covers has allowed it to surpass the Topaz Solar Farm in California — which has a capacity of 550 MW — taking the title of the world’s largest solar power plant at a single location.
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Where do they get all that land? Were people displaced or they had 10sq km earmarked for this
I dunno, my friend.