Walwhan Urja Anjar Limited is proud to present a 15 MW Solar Photovoltaic Technology (PPTV) based power project that's not just generating electricity – it is generating hope for a greener, cleaner world. Our visionary project employs cutting-edge Thin Film CdTe Solar PV Technology, displaying the immense potential of renewable energy in this region. The power generated from our solar project is seamlessly integrated into the New India National Energy Network (NERN) Regional Grid. This means that the clean energy produced in Khirsara benefits not only the local community but the entire region.
Contribution of the project activity to sustainable development
The project activity contributes towards sustainable development in the following ways:
Social well-being: The project has led to generation of business opportunities and employment in the regions of Anjar Taluka thereby contributing towards social upliftment through direct and indirect benefits.
Economic well-being: The project activity leads to an investment in the region accompanied by business and employment benefits along with improvement of grid supply which otherwise would not have happened in the absence of project activity.
Environmental well-being: The environmental impact of this project is profound as it helps in reducing carbon emissions by a staggering 22.576 tonnes of CO2 equivalent per year. This is not just a credit; it is a commitment to a better future. Solar power projects generate no end products in the form of solid waste (ash etc.) compared to alternative modes of power generation (e.g., coal based on which the Indian grid is primarily dependent). Hence the project activity is a cleaner source of power generation and is encouraging greener practice of power generation.
Technological well-being: The project activity uses thin film CdTe solar photovoltaic technology for power generation, which is fed into the nearest sub-station (part of the NEWNE Regional Grid), thus increasing energy availability under the service area of the substation.
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