To harness solar energy, a 3.5MW solar power project has been taken up by the HAL at its airport in the city.
The project spread over 23 acres with 12,985 solar modules installed was inaugurated by HAL CMD T Suvarna Raju on Friday.
“We are pleased to be a part of this environment friendly initiative by focusing on renewable energy to meet our demand for electricity. It is perfect example of promoting climate protection and conserving precious energy resources,he said. The power requirement of LCA-Tejas Division would be met to begin with, he added.
The project is commissioned by the Amplus Energy Solutions. Speaking on the occasion, Sanjeev Aggarwal, Managing Director & CEO, AES, commended HAL’s decision to install a significant renewable energy capacity for its power consumption in Bengaluru. Read More…
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