Mytrah Energy Commissions Rooftop Solar Project in Maharashtra

Mytrah Energy Commissions Rooftop Solar Project in Maharashtra

The institute runs up an annual electricity bill of close to Rs. 15 lakh based on the current tariff followed by Mytrah Energy solar power plant.

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Leading solar power provider, Mytrah Energy has commissioned the operation of a 103.5 kWh rooftop solar power plant for Suretech Hospital and Research Centre, a nursing training institute in Nagpur, Maharashtra.

Moreover, the rooftop solar plant installed by Mytrah will help reduce the hospital’s electricity bill and will lower the average room temperature by 2-3 degrees Celsius in the summer.

The institute runs up an annual electricity bill of close to Rs. 15 lakhs based on the current tariff.

Also, this solar project is based on the OPEX or RESCO model whereby Suretech has not invested in the installation but will pay the charges based on the electricity consumption.

Co-founder, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Mytrah Energy, Vikram Kailas said, “The project is a shining example of what can be achieved when a proven developer like Mytrah comes together with a progressive client like Suretech. It is an important milestone for the rooftop solar business of Mytrah and reinforces our commitment to growing India’s renewable energy footprint by providing appropriate solutions to a wide variety of clients including other hospitals, clinics, schools, college, commercial buildings and Industries.”

Additionally, Mytrah Energy will provide maintenance service for the plant for the next 25 years. This project will help Suretech to meet its power needs through green energy and eliminate its dependence on fossil fuels, while also assuring savings in cost incurred for electricity consumption.

Mytrah Energy is one of India’s leading renewable Independent Power Producers and a pioneer in this space. The company has over 40 projects (operational and under-development) in the wind and solar power segments across nine Indian states (Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu) with an aggregate capacity of 2.2 GW.

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