Almost 10 months after the solar power plant at Ukkadam started generating power, the city corporation is all set to inaugurate its second solar power plant at Kavundampalayam. The plant with the capacity to generate 1MW power was built at a cost Rs 5.5 crore.
“The installation work has been completed and all necessary approvals have been obtained to commission the plant. We will inaugurate it at the earliest,” said a corporation source, who didn’t want to be named.
The plant, which consists of 3,168 solar panels with a capacity of 320watts each, has been set up across 5.5 acres within the premises of old dump yard at Kavundampalayam. Read More
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