CPWD eyes 42.50 MW solar power by Sept 2016 - Feedback

The Central Public Works Department (CPWD) is taking the solar route to make buildings energy-efficient and save on electricity costs.

The CPWD will generate 42.50 MW of solar energy across the country besides replacing energy inefficient electrical fittings in 20 government buildings in Delhi by September 2016 and in the rest of the country later. These initiatives are estimated to result in a total saving of Rs 115 crore per year. Under the plan, as much as 10 MW will be generated by May 2016 in phase-I covering Delhi (3 MW), Uttar Pradesh (2 MW), North-East and Union Territories (2 MW) and 1 MW each in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra.


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