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Andhra Pradesh State Wind Power, India​

Delivering clean renewable energy from wind and displacing energy generated from fossil fuel power plants

Project Type: Sustainable infrastructure, Renewable energy

Standards: CDM, VCS

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The project, based in Andhra Pradesh state, uses 42 wind turbines to generate a total capacity of 84 MW. This equates to 170,000 MWh/year sent to the Indian Grid. By delivering clean renewable energy the wind farm displaces energy generated from fossil fuel power plants and helps to diversify India's overall energy mix. This assists in addressing India's national target to provide 175 GW of energy from renewable sources by 2022.

Despite steady growth in renewables, coal is still the major source of energy supply in India

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Sustainable Development Goals

In addition to delivering approximately 160,000 tonnes emission reductions each year to take climate action (SDG13), the project delivers another benefit. The contributions towards the SDG have been indicatively measured but need to be confirmed.

  • Affordable and Clean Energy: By generating approximately 170,000 MWh of renewable electricity annually, this project leads the way towards estimations that renewable energy will provide 30% of the electricity sectors power demand by 2023.
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