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India shows it's serious about solar with giant power plant
by Rina Chandran
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26 January 2017
On 26 January 2017 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
It took 8,500 men working two shifts every day for six months -- and three shifts for two months -- to finish, ahead of schedule, the Adani Group's giant solar power plant in southern India. The vast, 10 sq km project in Ramanathapuram, in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, is the world's largest solar power station in a single location, according to the company.
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