Adding yet another feather to its cap, the Tatya Tope Multipurpose Stadium in the state capital has become the first non-cricket stadium in the country which is completely powered by solar energy. The stadium is being owned and maintained by the sportsdepartment.
With the green power, the stadium would be able to save its electricity bill by 60% per month.
Sports minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia said the decision to go green was also a part of economic necessity.
“As we all know there is a need to shift towards renewable sources of energy due to the limitation of non-renewable or conventional energy. Thus, it was decided to start the project from our stadium based in the state capital,” said Scindia. Read More…
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