X
X
Top

Fourth Partner Energy starts 8 solar projects in TS

Fourth Partner Energy starts 8 solar projects in TS
Highlights

Fourth Partner Energy, a solar rooftop energy company announced the commissioning of 8 solar projects with a capacity of 3116 kWp in the State of Telangana, as part of an initiative by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) to increase renewable energy adoption across government offices, under its 1000 MWp Grid-Connected Rooftop Solar PV System Scheme.

Hyderabad: Fourth Partner Energy, a solar rooftop energy company announced the commissioning of 8 solar projects with a capacity of 3116 kWp in the State of Telangana, as part of an initiative by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) to increase renewable energy adoption across government offices, under its 1000 MWp Grid-Connected Rooftop Solar PV System Scheme.

The projects have been implemented across prestigious institutions like National Institute of Technology (NIT) - Warangal, Prof. Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU), Central Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture (CRIDA) and select BSNL and CRPF offices.

In Telangana, the scheme provides for government offices to switch to solar power at zero capital costs, and avail electricity at a flat rate of Rs 3.14/unit for 25 years; which will eventually result in average savings of 50-60 per cent in their cost of power consumption.

The largest of these SECI projects is at NIT, Warangal with an operational capacity of 1000 kWp. In Hyderabad, PJTSAU's installation has a capacity of 717 kWp.

Sudheer Kumar, registrar, PJTSAU added, "Clean and green energy is what Telangana is moving towards and Fourth Partner helped us make the transition in a smooth, hassle-free manner.

They provided all end-to-end services and assistance, offering high quality solar power generation."

Show Full Article
Print Article
Download The Hans India Android App or iOS App for the Latest update on your phone.
Subscribed Failed...
Subscribed Successfully...
Next Story
More Stories