EDF India: Encouraging India’s energy transition

EDF Renewables is one of the biggest foreign investors in India’s renewable energy market.
Our ambition is to support the government in achieving 40% of non-fossil fuel generation by 2030.

  • 2.842
    in our renewable portfolio
  • 2,273
    is our portfolio for solar energy production in India by 2022
  • 569
    of wind capacity portfolio owned and operated in India by 2022
EDF India: photovoltaic projects

3 photovoltaic projects for Rajasthan

In 2020, EDEN Renewables India, the solar-focused joint venture of EDF Renewables, was awarded three new contracts to develop major solar photovoltaic plants projects in Rajasthan in northern India.

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EDF India: Solar energy production in India

Thar desert solar farm: a milestone project in the renewable energy sector

In 2015, we completed a 120 MWp project combining five photovoltaic plants equipped with a total of 612,000 solar panels.

Situated in the Thar desert of Rajasthan in the north of India, the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission was constructed by our joint venture ACME Solar. This photovoltaic project provided a boost to the local economy and employment, as we worked exclusively with local Indian businesses for construction, operation and maintenance work.

EDF India: wind power plant

105 MW wind farm commissioned in Gujarat

In January 2020, EDF Renewables completed a major new wind farm in Gujarat. The Verdant facility will generate enough power to cover the annual energy needs of more than 300,000 Indian households.

Construction took 18 months and involved more than 300 local workers. bringing significant economic benefits to this rural region of Gujarat. The new facility will generate enough power to cover the annual energy needs of more than 300,000 Indian households. In so doing, it will help reduce CO2 emissions by around 360,000 tonnes every year and achieve the objective of decarbonization.

Hydroelectric power projects India

Koldam Hydro-electric power project

Our team worked as primary consultants on the 800-MW KOLDAM Hydro-Electric Power project, featuring a dam measuring 167 metres at its highest point. From the conceptual design review through to commissioning, our teams were responsible for all the engineering work

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