Godrej Electricals Completes 12.5 MWp Rooftop Solar Project in MP
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Godrej Electricals Completes 12.5 MWp Rooftop Solar Project in MP

Godrej & Boyce's business unit, Godrej Electricals & Electronics, announced that they have successfully commissioned a 12.5 MWp rooftop solar project for a textile facility in Madhya Pradesh. According to the company, this solar facility, one of the largest in India and the first in the state, has been set up to cover 1 million square feet of large manufacturing sheds. The project aims to allow the textile facility to utilize green energy, leading to an estimated annual saving of 17 million kWh of power.

In a statement, Godrej Electricals & Electronics mentioned that they are undertaking similar projects across various industries such as cement, textile, automobile, and pharmaceuticals. They highlighted that India is now the third-largest solar power generator globally, with the renewable energy sector experiencing significant growth and momentum. Understanding the diverse energy requirements and sustainability goals of their clients, the company emphasized its commitment to expanding innovative and customized solar rooftop solutions.

Raghavendra Mirji, Executive Vice President & Business Head at Godrej Electricals & Electronics, expressed that as India aims to triple its renewable capacity by 2030, solutions like these will play a crucial role in reducing carbon emissions in energy-intensive sectors. He also noted their potential in fostering job creation and advancing technological leadership.

Godrej & Boyce's business unit, Godrej Electricals & Electronics, announced that they have successfully commissioned a 12.5 MWp rooftop solar project for a textile facility in Madhya Pradesh. According to the company, this solar facility, one of the largest in India and the first in the state, has been set up to cover 1 million square feet of large manufacturing sheds. The project aims to allow the textile facility to utilize green energy, leading to an estimated annual saving of 17 million kWh of power. In a statement, Godrej Electricals & Electronics mentioned that they are undertaking similar projects across various industries such as cement, textile, automobile, and pharmaceuticals. They highlighted that India is now the third-largest solar power generator globally, with the renewable energy sector experiencing significant growth and momentum. Understanding the diverse energy requirements and sustainability goals of their clients, the company emphasized its commitment to expanding innovative and customized solar rooftop solutions. Raghavendra Mirji, Executive Vice President & Business Head at Godrej Electricals & Electronics, expressed that as India aims to triple its renewable capacity by 2030, solutions like these will play a crucial role in reducing carbon emissions in energy-intensive sectors. He also noted their potential in fostering job creation and advancing technological leadership.

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