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There is scarcity of energy in India resulting in slowdown of the development of Industries and economy. This calls for investment in infrastructure to generate energy for development. Now with the greenhouse effect it is imperative that these projects are using technologies with renewable sources as raw material. These technologies consist of Solar, Wind and Hydro as the main sources. As we all know in solar, Photovoltaic is the most popular technology. There are a number of Solar Farms coming up all over India which promise energy generation for a long time to come without much operation or maintenance costs.

In a Solar Farm, Photovoltaic panels are installed in a large area which has maximum sunshine. These PV Panels are a array of small silicon chips which generate small amount of electricity by using Solar energy as input. When we connect a number of panels together, we can get electricity which we can use.

As of October 2009, the largest photovoltaic (PV) power plants in the world are the Olmedilla Photovoltaic Park (Spain, 60 MW), the Strasskirchen Solar Park (Germany, 54 MW), the Lieberose Photovoltaic Park (Germany, 53 MW), the Puertollano Photovoltaic Park (Spain, 50 MW), the Moura photovoltaic power station (Portugal, 46 MW), and the Waldpolenz Solar Park (Germany, 40 MW).

As of October 2009, the largest photovoltaic power plant in North America is the 25 MW DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center in Florida. The plant consists of over 90,000 solar panels.

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