- 5,230 MW largest integrated renewable energy storage project at Kurnool, AP
- RE storage capacity of 10,800 MWh per day, which can integrate 6 GW of wind and solar capacity
- Project investment of over US$3.0 billion towards pumped storage, solar & wind capacity
- 15 million tonnes of CO2 avoided annually, equivalent to emissions from 3 million cars
Shri Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, performed the ‘first concrete pour ceremony’ of the world’s largest Integrated Renewable Energy Storage Project (IRESP); being implemented by Greenko Group, at Kurnool District, AP. The 5,230 MW Integrated Renewable Energy Storage Project will play a pivotal role in India attaining energy security and enable global energy transition.
This is a first of its kind single location energy storage project with wind and solar capacities. This project is being implemented with an investment of over US$3.0 billion comprising Pumped Storage (10,800 MWh of daily storage), Solar (3000 MW) and Wind (550 MW).
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Anil Chalamalasetty, Founder, CEO & MD, Greenko Group, said: “It’s a moment of great pride for Greenko that we have pioneered to deliver, ahead of global ambition of a 24/7 dispatchable renewable energy solution, for industrial decarbonization and energy transition. This was achieved due to policy support at national level and the visionary leadership of Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Sri Jagan Mohan Reddy garu, who is transforming Andhra Pradesh into a sustainable manufacturing hub. Given the State’s favourable topography for PSPs; Andhra Pradesh is set to become an energy storage capital of India. This integrated solution is pivotal for the Nation to become energy independent and establishes it as a leader of decarbonized economies.”
With this project, Greenko has pioneered the concept of storage contracts with central utilities and large industries. The project is scheduled to get commissioned by last quarter of 2023.