The project is being carried out by CleanMax Solar in partnership with the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority.
Andhra Pradesh Secretariat is all set to go solar with CleanMax Solar about to install 842 KWp solar rooftop system in Amravati.
The project is being carried out by CleanMax Solar in partnership with the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority. This is the first power purchase agreement signed between CleanMax Solar and the New and Renewable Energy Development Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited.
The plant will be installed on seven buildings including the Chief Minister’s office and the Andhra Pradesh Assembly.
The entire system is expected to generate 12.4 lakh units per year with an estimated saving of Rs 42 lakh per year for 25 years. The rooftop system will reduce the carbon footprint of the AP government by 1026 tonnes annually.
Andrew Hines, CO-Founder of CleanMax solar said that, “Amravati has been envisioned as a truly global city, and we are part of making it sustainable as well. AP CM N Chandrababu Naidu has laid special on driving sustainability by sourcing large portions of its energy requirements from renewable sources.”
“CleanMax Solar will equip the city with one of its first solar projects, meet 25% of AP Secretariat’s power requirements through sustainable solar power,” he further added.