Tata Power Solar, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Power, has commissioned 820.8kWp solar rooftop at Cricket Club of India (CCI), located in Mumbai. This is the world’s largest rooftop installation atop a cricket stadium, the company stated in its announcement.
The installation of the solar rooftop project will generate over 1.12 million units electricity per year. It will lead to 25 percent of savings in the power consumption cost and curb the emission of over 840 tons of carbon dioxide annually.
At present, the stadium consumes 0.4 million units/month power on an average (apart from stadium’s flood lights), but with solar installation, the consumption from the grid would fall to approximately 0.3 million units/month. Read More
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