Sukhbir Agro Energy has executed a 1.5 MWp rooftop solar power project for Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management committee (DSGMC).
The solar project, which was executed under the subsidy program of MNRE, is expected to generate 20.00,000 units of green energy annually, resulting in annual savings of 1 crore rupees.
The major intent of DSGMC for working on environment is achieved by reducing the carbon footprint of around 1800 metric tonnes (MT) every year. Over the life cycle of the plant, 45000 metric tonnes (MT) of carbon emission would be reduced.
“Solar power projects can really help in making Delhi clean and green,” Jasbir Singh Awla, managing director of Sukhbir Agro Energy, said.
Sukhbir Agro Energy is also doing a work to tackle environment pollution by putting up 4 Biomass (Paddy straw) based power plants in Punjab and Haryana with a total Investment of Rs 600 crore.