Ghani Solar Renewable Power

Andhra Pradesh, India

Utility-Scale Solar Power
Improved Air Quality

Project overview

By displacing 500MW of electricity powered by fossil fuels, the Ghani solar farm will save the emission of 887,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year. Additionally, it will improve air quality through the reduction of pollutants such as SOx (sulphur compounds), NOx and suspended particulate matter. These toxic compounds are implicated in causing health complications, acid rain, smog and ground pollution.

In addition to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and pollutants, the project is expected to have positive impacts on social well-being by creating job opportunities and improving infrastructure. For a developing country such as India, it will also provide economic benefits through improved access to cheap, reliable power.



887,000Tons of CO2 avoided/year
500MWInstalled solar power
2017-2027Project life

Sustainability Goals

With Clima, your money goes towards supporting projects that are in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Below are the goals recognised by the Ghani Solar Renewable Power Project.


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