PM Modi announces Solar Park to fulfil Hare Ladakh's dream

The project is being planned by the state's renewable energy agency SECI at an estimated investment of Rs 45,000 crore.

New Delhi (Natural Energy News): The Prime Minister on Saturday propelled Ladakh towards a carbon-neutral future and announced a 7,500MW solar park, even promoting the mega project for India's youngest Narendra Modi's vision Funding incentives are also being given. Union Territory.

“Ladakh has many characteristics. We not only have to preserve them, we also have to nurture them. As Sikkim has carved out its identity as a biological state in the Northeast, Ladakh - Leh and Kargil - can also carve out their place as carbon-neutral entities. Centre's initiative.

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In parallel, the Ministry of Renewable Energy is moving to partially fund the linked transmission line, the cost of which was making electricity ineffective. "The transmission project is being included in the Green Energy Corridor Phase-2 for Viability Gap Funding (VGF)," Renewable Energy Minister Raj Kumar Singh told TOI. This would make the line eligible for 40% VGF.

TOI first reported on January 13, 2019, that the project was being built by the state's renewable energy agency SECI at an estimated investment of Rs 45,000 crore. The project is to be completed by 2023 and is estimated to save 12,750 tonnes of carbon emissions annually.

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The project envisages a 5,000-megawatt unit at the Morey Plains 215 km east of Leh. A 2,500 MW unit is to be built at Suru in Zanskar, 245 km east of Kargil. Some 25,000 acres in Leh and 12,500 acres in Zanskar have been earmarked for the project. Leh and Kargil Hill Council will earn Rs 1,200 per hectare, with 3% annual growth.

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