India International Centre (IIC) in the National Capital now owns a 70-KW solar rooftop plant that will help saving Rs 11 lakh in power bills per year along with the saving of 63 tonne carbon emissions.
After the inauguration of the plant on Friday, company officials said, “The rooftop solar plant will be operated by Tata Solar Power free of cost for next five years. The unique parabolic design of the building’s rooftop posed a challenge before the engineering team, so the rooftop mounting was planned in an unconventional manner.”
The solar plant with energy efficiency of 90,000 KWh annually, has been set up by the Tata Solar Power at a cost of around Rs. 30 lakh, under its corporate social responsibility. Read More
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