Hitachi Astemo Constructs 3-MW Solar Energy Plant in Maharashtra
- The 3-MW Jalgaon solar plant is the first phase by Hitachi Astemo. The business will commission an added 1.5 MW solar power plant by March 2023.
- The company stated that the solar energy plant is constructed in an area of 43301 sq meters employing 7128 ground placed solar panels as well as 10 inverters.
Japanese car manufacturer Hitachi Astemo has actually revealed that it has actually installed a ground placed solar energy plant of 3-MW at its factory in Jalgaon, Maharashtra. The firm said that the solar energy plant is constructed in a location of 43301 sq meters employing 7128 ground installed solar panels and also 10 inverters.
The 3-MW Jalgaon solar plant is the first phase by Hitachi Astemo. The firm will certainly commission an added 1.5 MW solar energy plant by March 2023.
Hitachi Astemo is a joint venture in between Hitachi and Honda Motor. At its Jalgaon plant, the company makes brake systems for 3-wheeler as well as 4-wheelers together with shop operations.
This is the initial Solar Power Plant of Hitachi Astemo in India. Hitachi said that this begins a new beginning in the energy market as well as an action towards building a sustainable setting. The solar projects are to assist meet the Prime Minister's vision of making India carbon neutral by 2070 as well as likewise attain Hitachi's mission of ending up being carbon neutral by 2050.
Hitachi Astemo kept in its main declaration that the plant will certainly eliminate near 4000 tons of carbon dioxide discharges or equal to planting regarding 150,000 trees yearly and also will sustain in lowering power usage charges too.
Tokyo-- headquartered Hitachi Astemo is a new technology business with enthusiastic growth and also environmental objectives that entered the automobile market in 2021 is committed to the advancement, manufacture, sale, and service for auto and transport components, in addition to industrial equipment and systems.
Multiple renewable resource projects are coming up in Jalgaon district. In April, National Power Thermal Corporation (NTPC) and Maharashtra State Power Generation Co (MAHAGENCO) consented to develop a joint venture to create 2500 MW of green power in different parts of Maharashtra including Jalgaon district. The irrigation division of the state has likewise planned a 7.5 MW canal leading solar plant in Waghur project of Jalgaon.