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$7.2 billion investment in green hydrogen, ammonia plant in India from Avaada

Ravi Verma, senior executive vice president of Avaada, told pv magazine the group will invest US$5 billion (AU$7.18 billion) in an integrated green hydrogen and ammonia plant with 6 GW of captive renewables capacity. The green ammonia facility will have a production capacity of 1 million tonnes per year.


Rajasthan eyes 50 GW of solar within six years

The state plans to achieve half the amount by 2021-22 under its new draft solar policy. The package also suggests establishing a research hub, privately financed solar parks and encouraging commercial self-consumption of clean energy.


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