Delhi Metro – the lifeline of the national capital has taken sustainable development with energy-efficient solutions to an international level. Along with curbing pollution and giving more importance to green solutions, Delhi Metro is expected to set a record of utilization of solar energy.
According to a recent Dainik Jagran report, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has started utilizing around 100 megawatt of solar energy after receiving solar energy supply from the Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh. The metro trains in Phase-3 network are utilizing more solar energy and with this, the metro operator has been able to save electricity by a huge amount.
According to the report, the 750 megawatt solar power plant in the Rewa district has been supplying solar energy since April 18, last month. At that time, DMRC received around 27 megawatt of solar power. Read More
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