Bhadla Solar Park is the world’s largest solar park as of March 2020 located in India which is spread over a total area of 10,000 acres (40 km2) in Bhadla, Phalodi tehsil, Jodhpur district, Rajasthan, India. The park has total capacity of 2,245 MW. The park has witnessed one of the lowest bids for tariff of Rs 2.44 per kWh, which is lowest for solar in India so far. 

On 22 February 2017, NTPC announced that it had commissioned 115 MW capacity at the park. An additional 45 MW capacity was commissioned on 8 March, and 25 MW on 18 March. NTPC announced the commissioning of 20 MW capacity at the park on 23 March, and 55 MW on 25 March 2017, taking the total commissioned capacity of the Bhadla park to 260 MW. As of September 2018, 1365 MW have been commissioned.

The remaining 880 MW, to be installed by Hero (300 MW), Azure (200 MW), SoftBank Group(200 MW) and ReNew Power (50 MW), is scheduled to be commissioned by March 2019.

When its full capacity is operational, the park will become world's largest fully commissioned PV project, with investment rising to Rs 10,000 crore (US$1.3 billion).

According to en.wikipedia