India built the world’s largest solar plant in just eight months

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India may still be using fossil fuels for much of its power needs, but the country is quickly turning to renewable power sources. 

If you visited Kamuthi, in Tamil Nadu, one year ago, you would find delight and peace in its temples and greenery. But today, everyone is talking about its brand new power plant.

Kamuthi, located 90 kilometers outside Madurai, is now home to the world’s largest solar power plant at a single location. Spanning a 10-square-kilometer area, the plant has the capacity of 648MW, enough to power about 150,000 homes.  Read more…

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