Noida and Greater Noida will soon get a share of windmill energy generated in the state following an agreement signed by PVVNL and the central government in the presence of Union power minister Piyush Goyal. Under the agreement, Uttar Pradesh has been allocated 450 MW of windmill energy for 25 years at the rate of Rs 3.46 per unit through an agreement signed by Abhishek Prakash, MD, PVVNL. on behalf of UPPCL, at the energy ministers’ meeting in New Delhi.
While Noida stands to benefit from the agreement and will be given a share of the 450MW windmill energy, an additional 10MW windmill energy will be given to Greater Noida under the pact through Noida Power Company Limited (NPCL), which provides power to Greater Noida. Read more
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