McDonald's India Powers Up Delhi with Solar Plant

Jul 7, 2023 12:48 PM ET
  • McDonald's India (North & East) has commissioned Delhi's largest solar power plant in Najafgarh with a capacity of 3.2MW. It is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by 3,822 tonnes annually and promote biofuel & biodiesel for ecological sustainability.

McDonald’s India (North and East) has invested Rs 14 crore to commission Delhi’s largest solar power plant in Najafgarh. The plant has a capacity of 3.2 Megawatt (MW) and will generate an annual output of 4.2 million units of power. This is expected to reduce 3,822 tonnes of CO2 emissions annually. The company is also exploring ways to reduce greenhouse gas, keep waste out of nature and preserve natural resources, including promoting biofuel and repurposing used cooking oil into biodiesel.

What Benefits Does McDonald's India Solar Plant Provide?

  • Solis showcased a range of its innovative products, including its 1-20kW string and central inverters, its multi-MPPT solar charge controllers, and its smart energy storage system.
  • Solis also showcased its groundbreaking DC optimizer, which is designed to increase the efficiency of solar panel use and reduce energy loss.
  • Solis also displayed its high-efficiency weatherproof solar modules, which feature advanced technology and anti-reflective coating.
  • The company also presented its Solis-Link remote monitoring system, which allows customers to track real-time energy production and monitor the performance of their solar system.

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