The Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB) has decided to utilise solar power in order to save electricity bills.
For this, the Water Board is seeking an allotment of Rs 50 crore funds in the state budget that will be presented during the assembly session later this month.
This is the first time that the Water Board has taken such an initiative to utilise solar power. Currently, the Water Board is paying nearly Rs 55 crore monthly power bills for power consumption in pumping and distributing the network from Godavari phase-I and Krishna phases I,II and III. Read More…
Credit By : Energy Economic Times
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