Everything You Need To Know About India’s Largest 100MW NTPC Floating Solar Plant At Ramagundam

Renewable energy sources tho power generation cheyadame oka best thing ante, dhantlonu floating solar plant ante, that too India lone athi pedha water lo float aye solar power plant mana Ramagundam Telangana lo undi ante..? Edho theliyani high feels kadhu, so mari mana Telugu state lo mana area lo unde India’s largest floating power plant gurinchi thelusukokunte ela masteruu, oh look eyandi cheptha..

Ekkada undi ee solar power plant..?

Mana Telangana loni Peddapalli district Ramagundam lo undi ee floating power plant, National Thermal Power Corporation vallu 100-megawatt (MW) capacity tho ee project ni complete chesaru, according to NTPC, ee 100 MW Ramagundam tho kalipi motham southern region floating solar power plant capacity 217 MW ki raise ayindi.

Area and cost details..?

Ramagundam 100MW floating power plant NTPC’s reservoir lone around 500 acres lo spread ayi undi, it is built at a cost of Rs 423 crore through Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited on an EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) contract.

Asalu floating solar plants ante enti..?

Solar plants or solar farms can be either ground-mounted or set up on the surface of waterbodies. Okavela ila waterbodies medha solar plant ni set chesthe dhani ne floating solar power plant ani antaru, normal grounded solar farms kanna ee floating farms kastha expensive ayina, dhiniki konni specific advantages kuda unnai..

Do not require land to be installation: Asalu commercial power generation ki land eh dhorakani ee time lo ee floating solar plant ki land eh avasaram ledhu.

More efficient: Water bodies medha panels ni set up chestham kabati ekkuva heat kakunda efficient ga work avthai.

Reduce water evaporation: Water medha solar plant undadam tho heat direct water medha padakunda cover chesthundi, so that water evaporation kuda thaggi hydropower generation kosam water ni save chesthunnam.

Solar panels water lo munigipokunda ela float avthunnai..?

Mana Ramagundam NTPC reservoir lo around 500 acres lo high-density polythene material ni spread chesaru, veeti density water kanna thakuvaga untai kabati konni fluctuations vachina kuda ivvi water lo float avthune untai.

The entire spread is divided into 40 blocks, each having a capacity of 2.5 MW. Each of these blocks consists of a floating platform and an array of 11,200 solar modules. The floating platform consists of an inverter, transformer, and a high-tension circuit breaker.

Ee project lo antha uniqueness emundi..?

Ee solar plant lo anni electrical equipment inverter, transformer, high-tension panel, supervisory control, and data acquisition..etc anni ee floating ferro-cement platforms medhane set chesi unnai.

According to the NTPC, the entire floating system is anchored through special high-modulus polyethylene ropes to the dead weights (concrete blocks) placed in the balancing reservoir bed. The generated power is evacuated up to the existing switch yard through 33KV underground cables.

How does it help the environment..?

Solar panels water lo float avvadam valla water evaporation thaggi conservation ki use avthundi. At Ramagundam, approximately around 32.5 lakh cubic meters per year of water evaporation ni avoid cheyochu, water medha undadam tho solar modules ambient temperature ni maintain chesthu efficiency and generation improve avthundi.

Similarly, coal consumption of 1,65,000 tons can be avoided per year; carbon dioxide emissions of 2,10,000 tons per year can be avoided, according to the NTPC.

Other floating solar power plants:

The commercial operation of a 92MW floating solar plant at Kayamkulam in Kerala and a 25MW floating solar plant at Simhadri in Andhra Pradesh were announced by the NTPC earlier. Regional Executive Director (South) of NTPC Naresh Anand garu has congratulated the NTPC-Ramagundam team on achieving the milestone and reiterated NTPC’s commitment for renewable energy.

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