A 130 MW solar power plant was commissioned by NLC India Ltd at 33/110 KV pooling substation in Neyveli near here on Monday as part of NLCIL’s commitment to green energy initiatives of the Centre. Susheel Kumar, Secretary, Ministry of Coal, Government of India, inaugurated the solar power project in the presence of Sarat Kumar Acharya, Chairman and Managing Director, NLCIL and functional Directors of NLCIL Rakesh Kumar, Subir Das, V. Thangapandian, P. Selva Kumar, R.Vikraman and Chief Vigilance Officer T. Venkatasubramanian.
Speaking at the function, Mr. Kumar said that NLCIL was significantly meeting its share in renewable energy sector in line with the government’s target to meet 175 gigawatts (GW) in renewable energy as per the promises made in the historic Paris climate change agreement for rapid scaling up of wind and solar power to 36% of the global energy mix by 2030. Read More…
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