NLCIL Buildings get Solar Panels for Renewable Energy

NLCIl solar installation is the part of its commitment to to produce 4,251 megawatt through solar and wind energy.

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Pushing the use of renewable energy, Government of India’s Neyveli Lignite Corporation of India (NLCIL) has got installed solar panels on seven office buildings at a cost of Rs. 5.49 crore.

NLCIl solar installation is the part of its commitment to to produce 4,251 megawatt through solar and wind energy.

Under the first phase, NLCIL has installed solar power panels in its corporate office, Central Technical Office (CTO), Public Relations Office, Guest House, Mines Administrative Office, Material Management Complex and Township Administration Building.

The project has been awarded to the leading solar developer, Enrich Energy through Rajasthan Electronic and Instruments Limited, Jaipur, the implementation agency for the Ministry of Coal.

Chief Managing Director (Additional charge) and Director (Finance) Rakesh Kumar commissioned the project installed on CTO building two days ago.

Kumar said that the Union Government had fixed the target of producing 1.75 lakh MW power through the renewable energy sector by 2025.

As part of this, NLCIL has committed to produce 4251 MW through solar and wind power. It has already commissioned 491 MW through Greene Energy Units installed at Tirunelveli and Virudhunagar districts besides Neyveli.

Source: The Hindu

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