Oriana Power Commissions 1MW Floating Solar Power Project In Rajasthan
- The firm intended this project in a water body on the premises of Dabok Mines in the district.
Oriana Power, a Noida-based solar energy firm, has currently announced the commissioning of its 1 Megawatt (MW) floating solar energy project in the Udaipur district of Rajasthan. The renewable energy company intended this project in a water body on the premises of Dabok Mines in the district.
The business claimed that it commissioned the project for the captive power requirements of Udaipur Cement Works Limited (UCWL), a subsidiary of JK lakshmi Cement. The plant will certainly create around 1.7 million units of solar power yearly. The company claimed Rajasthan got its first-ever floating solar power plant with this new solar project. It kept in mind that this floating solar plant can help in reducing carbon impact by 1,000 tonnes annually, besides an added financial conserving of Rs 35 crore in the following 25 years.
"This revolutionary achievement marks a substantial milestone in the country's transition in the direction of cleaner and also a lot more sustainable power sources. With efforts like this, Oriana Power is leading the fee towards a cleaner, greener, and extra sustainable future for India and the world," the solar firm claimed in a statement.
Based on details, the water body in Udaipur is topped an area of 7,200 square meters. The project was established in the last four years. According to the business, the new project may provide employment to around 500 individuals.
This floating solar project of Oriana is one of the few projects it has carried out in the state in the renewable energy field. Earlier, it gave solar power options to business like JP Laxmi Cements Limited, Hindustan Copper Limited, Khetri, as well as Hindustan Salt Limited.
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