The 10.9-megawatt Solar PV Project is a bundled project activity located in Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra in India
The Solar Project will deliver enough electricity to power the equivalent of approximately 4,500 homes annually, as per data from CEA (Central Electricity Authority).
With its annual generation of around 18GWh of electricity, the project reduces around 17,500 tons of CO2 annually and contributes to the economic and social development of India.
Sustainable Development Benefits
The project provides jobs to local workers for the operation of the solar project and offers generous wages and social security contributions. The generated electricity will be fed into the grid, thereby improving the grid frequency and availability of electricity, thus contributing in the development of the country.
The project activity would enhance availability of power to the local industries, agriculture and commercial activities in the vicinity of the project area by augmenting power supply to the Southern and NEWNE grids, thereby improving quality of power supplied to various users by stabilizing the grid.
Quality of Employment
The project activity being a bundled project leads to enhanced training for 8 employees for managing and monitoring the solar projects the leading to enhanced quality of employment.
Health & Safety
With regard to the health and safety of the staff as well as local villagers, a first aid kit has been provided at the working areas, regular technical and safety trainings are organized periodically,
and emergency and safety procedures are included in the operation manual to ensure safe working condition for the staff.