Indian Army

Indian Military Installs Its First Solar Plant At Narengi Station-Assam

With an objective of providing green and reliable power to its troops, the Indian Army is transforming the Narengi Military Station into a completely renewable-based military facility. The Narengi Military Station is situated near Guwahati, Assam and the army has installed a solar power plant at the military station which has a capacity of 1-MW. […]

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NTPC REL & Indian Army Join Forces for Green Hydrogen Projects

A fully-owned subsidiary of the NTPC Limited, NTPC Renewable Energy Ltd has signed an MoU with the Indian Army for the establishment of Green Hydrogen projects in its establishments. These will be on Build, Own and Operate (BOO) model. The aim of the partnership is to reduce complex logistics, dependence on fossil fuels and to […]

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Indian Army Launches First Solar Plant in North Sikkim

Seeking to harness renewable energy for the benefit of its troops working in remote conditions, the Indian Army has recently inaugurated the first green solar energy plant in Sikkim. The facility, which uses vanadium-based battery technology, was built at an altitude of 16000 ft. in the northern part of the state and has a capacity of […]

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Microsun Announces Completion of Solar Plant at 18,000 Feet For ITBP

Microsun Solar tech Private Limited has announced the completion of some key solar projects it has made for the Indo Tibetan Border Police, (ITBP), a key border force for the Indo-China border. The Indian army thus continues to build on its plans to use solar power more actively for its energy needs.  With these projects, […]

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Indian Army Distributes Solar Lanterns in J&K’s Rajouri District

As part of ‘Operation Goodwill’, the Indian Army has distributed solar rechargeable lanterns in a remote village of Rajouri district in Jammu and Kashmir As part of ‘Operation Goodwill’, the Indian Army has distributed solar rechargeable lanterns in a remote village of Rajouri district in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), a defence spokesman has informed. The lanterns were distributed in Kheta Basha […]

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Indian Army Distributes 200 Solar Lights to J&K Nomads

The Indian Army’s Rashtriya Rifles unit based in Bhadarwah has so far distributed over 17,000 such lights among the Gujjars and Bakerwals under its ‘Project Roshni'(light). Bhadarwah (J-K): Continuing its efforts to extend a helping hand to the needy, the Indian Army distributed 200 more solar lights among the nomadic communities living in the high altitude areas here in Jammu […]

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Army to Tap Renewables to Supply Power to Jawans Deployed at High Altitudes

The idea is to shift from a conventional source of energy, which is expensive and unreliable due to its transportation and maintenance, to renewable energy. To enhance the living conditions of its personnel, the Indian army is looking for a durable supply of power in high altitudes where they are deployed. The idea is to […]

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Jaisalmer Military Station to be Smarter with Solar, LED Lighting

Provisions have been made in the plan for rainwater harvesting, centralized garbage disposal, solar water heaters, solar security lights, underground electric cabling. On the lines of Centre’s Smart Cities plan for the country, Indian Army has drawn a detailed plan to develop the Jaisalmer Military Station as a smart facility. The plan has been formulated in consonance […]

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Amplus Energy Solutions Inks with Indian Army to Boost Solar Power in J&K

Solar power can play a key role in providing power to isolated regions which get limited electricity from the government. Solar power producer Amplus Energy has inked a deal with Indian Army to provide solar lamps to the people of Gurez valley in North Kashmir’s Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir. Gurez is a valley […]

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