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NDPL commissions 54KW solar power plant

Successfully synchronised with the Bawana Grid, the 54 KW Tail End Grid Connected Solar Photovoltaic Unit has been commissioned at Pooth Khurd.

According to a North Delhi Power Limited (NDPL) statement, the Solar Photovoltaic Plant consists of arrays of Photovoltaic modules which absorb sun light and directly convert it into electricity. Partly funded by Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) under its “Demonstration Programme on Tail End Grid Interactive Solar Photovoltaic Plants,” the development is among several other solar plants being set up by NDPL.

Sunil Wadhwa, NDPL CEO & ED, commented, “We are focusing extensively on solar power as part of our sustainability and climate change initiatives and we are extremely pleased with the commissioning of the solar plant in our network. We are confident that with the Government’s support, solar power generation will become more competitive and affordable for all consumers.”

Other plants lined up ranging from 25 KW- 1MW are expected to be operational by August 2010.
 

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