Taking part in promoting solar power in the state, National Centre for Antarctica and Ocean Research (NCAOR), Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONCG) have decided to set up rooftop solar plants in Goa, which will generate three megawatts of power. NCAOR, MPT and ONGC has proposed to, each, set up one megawatt power plant. Government has plans to generate 150 megawatts of solar power in the state by 2022.
“NCAOR, MPT and ONCG have decided to set up 1MW solar PV grid-connected rooftop/groundmounted power project at identified buildings, locations, a Goa Energy Development Agency (GEDA) officer told TOI.
The GEDA officer said that NCAOR will set up a plan in association with GEDA and MPT and ONCG will set up their own plant. The officer said that the power generated by all these institutions will be connected to the grid by the power department. Read More…
Credit By : The Times of India
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