1. Bhadla Solar Park: Bhadla Solar Park is the largest power plant in the world with a capacity of 2245 MW. This plant is situated in the Jodhpur District of Rajasthan in India. Constructed in an area of 5700 Hectares, this park witnessed the lowest bid of solar power in India at Rs2.44 per Kilowatt-Hour in December 2020. This Park was made in Four Phases and became fully operational on 20th March 2020.
  2. Huanghe Hydropower Hainan Solar Park: 2200 MW Solar plant constructed in Qinghai province has been connected to the grid by Huanghe Hydropower Development.
  3. Pavagada Solar Park: Pavagada Solar Park is the second largest Solar park in India. It is situated in Pavagada, Tumkur District. This plant has a capacity of 2050 MW. Park is constructed in an area of 13000 Acres. This Park has been constructed by the Joint Venture of Karnataka Renewable Energy Development and Solar Energy Corporation of India. This plant was commissioned in March 2018 with an estimated cost of Rs 14,425 Crores.
  4. Benban Solar Park: Benban Solar Park is situated in Benban (Aswan Governorate) in Egypt. This plant has a capacity of 1650 MW. This park is a complex of 41 Solar Power plants constructed by various companies with an estimated cost of $4Billion. This park is developed by the state-owned New and Renewable Energy Authority.
  5. Tengger Desert Solar Park: Tengger Solar Park also called the Great Wall of Solar is a solar park with a capacity of 1500 MW. This park is located in Zhongwei, Ningxia, China.
  6. Noor Abu Dhabi: Noor Abu Dhabi is Worlds largest single-site solar Plant. This plant is located in Sweihan Abu Dhabi. This plant has a capacity of 1177 MW. This Plant is spread in an area of 8 sq Km and consists of 3.2 Million Solar Panels.
  7. Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park: This Solar Park with a capacity of 1013 MW is situated 50 Km south of Dubai. This park has a capacity of 1013 MW and 1850 MW is under construction. This project was implemented by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority.