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In one acre 5 MW of solar power can be produced therefore in 6000 acres approximately 30,000 MW of power can be generated.The capital cost for installing solar panels to generate 1000MW including the cost of land would be Rs9000 crores.The cost per unit of power net of subsidy would be Rs8/-.Additional cost of solar inverter and batteries if needed to store the generated power for use during nights will be aeound Rs1500 crores which adds to the units cost of power by another Rs1.50.At present only smaller units up to 50MW solar power plants are set up.No where in one go 1000Mws of solar power plant is set up till date.They have to make feasibility and viability study studiously.
 

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Hmm..article in today's hindu echoing my feelings..here are some excerpts..news wise it is not related to telangana..but problem wise it is..

http://www.thehindu.com/features/ma...in-attappady/article6471022.ece?homepage=true
Because of failure of agriculture as a profit making avocations most of the rural folks have become have notsNow adding to that waiver of loans will destroy whatever left of agriculture and weaken the financial institutions like Banks.
 

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http://www.deccanchronicle.com/1412...irs/article/telangana-state-ready-share-power

We have devised plans to cross 20,000 MW in three years. By June 2015, we will get 300 MW from central generating stations. Another 1200 MW from Singareni and 600 MW from Bhupalapally by August 2015 and another 600 MW from Singareni by 2015-end. In this way, we will add 2,600 MW by 2015-end.

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20000 MW in 3 years!! Not possible.If they achieve 3000MWs in 3 years is a great achievement.
 
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