AmpIn Energy Transition (formerly Amp Energy India) has launched a solar farm in India that will go towards offsetting Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) energy use in the country.

AmpIn Energy Solar Rajasthan
AmpIn's new solar farm, powering AWS' operations in India – AmpIn Energy Transition

“We are happy to unveil our 100MW (135MWp) solar project for Amazon Web Services,” the company said on LinkedIn this week.

Fully operational and commissioned on schedule in December 2023, the project is located on 580 acres in Bhadla, Rajasthan.

"Partnering with Amazon on this landmark project underscores our commitment to drive the renewable energy transition in the country and also supports the Government’s Digital India mission of transforming India into a digitally empowered society powered by renewable energy,” Pinaki Bhattacharyya, MD & CEO of AmpIn.

The Bhadla site is one of three solar farms totaling 420MW that Amazon has invested in within Rajasthan. The company has three more in development across the country totaling 500MW, as well as a 198MW wind farm. The company also has dozens of on-site solar deployments at its various facilities and warehouses.

AmpIn said it has 1GW of of utility-scale renewable energy projects in development in Rajasthan. It has previously signed an energy deal with Nxtra.