View India’s solar revolution from the sky

They say seeing is believing. For those of you unaware of the rapid pace of solarization of the Indian power sector, here are some satellite images that show how solar power is literally changing the Indian landscape. Thanks to Google Earth for the stunning imagery. You can zoom and pan these embedded images. You can also switch to map view and get driving directions for your next trip! Notice how some of these installations dwarf their neighbouring towns.


151 MW at Bhagwanpura village, just south of Diken, Jawad tehsil of Neemuch district, Madhya Pradesh. By Welspun Renewables Energy Pvt Ltd (now part of Tata Power)


40 MW solar power plant at Bitta, Gujarat

40 MW at Bitta, Gujarat by Adani Group.



125+ MW at Sakhari Dhule, Maharashtra by Mahagenco.


3 MW Mulshi plant by Tata Power Solar

3 MW at Mulshi, Pune by Tata Power Solar.


125 MW CLFR based CSP plant near Pokhran, Rajasthan

40 MW solar PV + 100 MW CLFR based CSP at Dhirubhai Ambani Solar Park, Dhursar, Pokhran, Rajasthan by Reliance Power.


aerial view of 12 MW solar farm at Cochin International Airport

The world’s first fully solar airport – 12 MWp at Cochin International Airport by Bosch India.


Seen any others you would like us to include on this page? Do let us know in the comments below.

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