Amrit solar plant
Amrit is Fortum's very first solar power plant in India. It has an annual yield of 9 GWh/a.
Amrit 5 MW Solar power plant in India
Fortum acquired a solar plant in Beed ka Kheda village in Gulabpura Tehsil of Bhilwara in June 2013. It was the company's first investment project in the country. With a nominal peak capacity of 5 megawatt (MWac) and annual production at the level of approx. 9 gigawatt-hours (GWh/a), this plant was constructed as part of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission.