Gujarat Govt Decides To Allot 6000 Hectares Wasteland For Renewable Energy Park

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For the establishment of a renewable energy park, the Gujarat government authorities have allotted 6,000 hectares of land in Banaskantha District. This is one of the largest land allotments for clear energy technology.


Bhupendra Patel, chief minister, presided over a high-powered assembly (HPC), earlier this week in Gandhinagar. It was there that it decided to allot 6,024 hectares of presidency wasteland for its proposed renewable energy (Solar/Wind/PV-Wind Hybrid Park).


Sources claim that the venture will have a capacity of 9,000 MW.

Sources familiar with the developments indicated that the income division will now begin the process of allotting land. The federal government will then take over the responsibility for creating the park.

According to a authorities observer, the proposed park will be built on an abandoned plot of land in the Little Rann Of Kutch district.

In 2019, the state authorities began the coverage of the area wasteland that could be used for the production of electricity from renewable sources like photovoltaic or wind.

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