Solar Park in India

Posted on Apr 27, 2016 by sakshi

The introduction and development of Solar Park have changed the outlay of India. The idea of launching 25 solar parks in India in next three years was stricked in the minds of Indian Government in 2014. The solar energy parks are usual development zones that are specially designed for solar power projects. These parks are well stuffed with great infrastructure and amenities that minimize the hurdles in development. Solar parks also ease out the approval process for developers.

The introduction of Solar Park had emerged from Charanka Solar Park which was followed by Bhadla Solar Park. These two parks gain immense success in the development of solar parks projects as well as the states in which they are installed.

At present time, there are many small solar parts located in the Himalayan states where there is an acute shortage of land. The development of Solar Park has been done in the collaboration with State Government. 12 states of India are involved in utilising the solar energy and in Solar Park Projects. There are many renowned solar park consultants in India who can show you correct direction of development.

Advantages of Solar Parks in India:

Solar Parks offer great facilities that makes them attractive and involves investors to invest in their project. For opening a Solar Park, a person has to spend a huge amount of money, time and land. He also needs various important clearances from Government bodies like state transmission utilities. The developers has to sustain expenses for site development, procuring water, creating separate transmission lines and other additional infrastructure expenses like water treatment, cleanliness, and fencing for the Solar Park. A solar park eliminates major hurdles confronted by people in small projects.

According to scheme, developed plays and important role as he is invited for all the approval processes for the development of Solar Park. To attract private investors, solar parks provide specialised services.

Security, levelled land, Communication facilities, roads and water facilities are needed for operation and commission of plants. For getting predictions about the weather, they need to operate Centralised Weather Monitoring Stations. Providing these amenities at a single place makes the development process easier and saves time too. It also secures financing money. To eliminate the wastage of money and damage to area by landslide, holistic approach is usually preferred.

These benefits of Solar Park can only get after a huge investment of money. An estimated budget to develop an amazing solar park is about Rs. 0.95 crore per MW. But their benefits is much more than investment. They assist in eliminating the gestational period and risk of the Solar projects as developers don’t need to waste natural resources and time to get Government clearances. At least 20% of the electricity is supplied to state utilities and rest power usage is assigned according to the project and need.

One can think solar parks as shopping malls where the owner has to provide good infrastructure and need to sell shops without getting stressed about security and parking.



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