Capacity of Renewable Energy in India Reaches 42,850 MW, Surpassing Capacity of Hydel Projects

The capacity of renewable energy plants in India, especially wind and solar, have hit 42,850 MW surpassing the capacity of big hydroelectricity projects. The hydel projects were once referred to as India’s biggest source of electricity and were regarded as “temples of modern India”. As per the latest assessment of the Central Electricity Authority, the capacity of hydel projects was 42,783 MW. However, India still depends mainly on thermal power which has a higher installed capacity.

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