Tamil Nadu should double wind energy capacity: IEEFA

New Delhi, Feb 7 : Tamil Nadu should double its wind energy capacity to 15 gigawatts and increase its solar capacity six-fold to 13.8 GW by 2026-27 whilst simultaneously delivering cheaper electricity, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis said on Wednesday. An IEEFA's report, "Electricity Transformation in India: A Case Study of Tamil Nadu", showed how Tamil Nadu is building 22,500 MW of expensive coal-fired power plants -- almost double the entire existing coal-fired fleet in the state -- despite the favourable investment and electricity tariff costs of wind and solar.

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