The benefits of the proposed loan include (i) addition of 132.8 MW (50.4 MW for Samana - Phase II, and 82.4 MW for Saundatti) of power generating capacity to help reduce the growing supply deficit in India; (ii) development of new renewable energy sources, which will decrease fossil fuel consumption and reduce the emission of greenhouse gases and other pollutants; (iii) and demonstration of the successful implementation of large-scale wind power projects by the private sector.
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tCO2 equivalent per year in greenhouse gas emission reduction
MW installed energy generation capacity using conventional and renewable energy sources
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