The district is fast emerging as a solar energy hub. As per the clearance given by UPNEDA (Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Agency), different institutions of the district have been picked up for installation of solar panels.
The institutions would even be selling the surplus solar energy to the northern grid. Along the lines of a project at Gujarat, an area of 100 hectare has been identified at Kosada village of Meja tehsil on which a solar park is being constructed to produce 50 Megawatt of energy. The work for installing solar panels has already begun. With most of the work done, the park would become functional by August, said Mohammad Shahid, an engineer of NEDA.
Besides, there are several institutions which have either started installing solar panels or have executed the work order for fixing them on rooftops. Read More…
Credit By : Energy.economictimes.indiatimes.com
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