CleanMax Solar helps Banda University of Agriculture and Technology to save INR 45 lakhs

CleanMax Solar, India’s most trusted sustainability partner for the corporate segment has partnered with Banda University of Agriculture and Technology to install 652 kWp of rooftop solar plant. The project is part of SECI’s vision to solar power government buildings across Uttar Pradesh and was inaugurated on 26th September, 2018 by Hon’ble Shri Ram Naik, Governor of Uttar Pradesh and Chancellor, Banda University of Agriculture and Technology, in the presence of Dr. Surender Lal Goswami, Vice Chancellor, Banda University of Agriculture and Technology, Banda, Uttar Pradesh and among others.

The rooftop solar plant will be spread across 4 buildings on the campus. The project installed at the education institute is based on the ‘RESCO’ or ‘OPEX’ model which is investment free, risk free and hassle free; and will provide solar electricity at tariffs cheaper than the prevailing grid electricity tariffs. The expected solar electricity generation for this project is 8,97,600 kWh per annum with estimated saving on electricity bills of INR 45 lakhs per annum for the next 25 years. The plant will help abate 750 tons of COemission per annum which is equivalent to planting more than 18,860 trees.

Commenting about this project, Gajanan Nabar, CEO, CleanMax Solar, We are proud to be associated with Banda University which is committed to research and technology adoption in Indian Agricultural sector. Like most universities which have large campus owing to which have a great potential to achieve their sustainability goals through adoption of rooftop solar. This project will help the university not only abate carbon emission but also estimated to save INR 45 lakhs on electricity bills per annum. We have equipped more than 35 educational and research institutes across India to adopt solar power and hope more such institutes take a positive step towards a low carbon footprint future.” 

Dr. Surender Lal Goswami, Vice Chancellor, Banda University of Agriculture and Technology, spoke at the inauguration, saying, “The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has set a target to achieve 10,697 MW of solar power for Uttar Pradesh by 2022 and we are happy to partner with CleanMax Solar to help the state step closer to the target. We encourage all education and research institutes in Uttar Pradesh to adopt rooftop solar, which is one of the easiest ways to contribute to environment and energy security.”

CleanMax Solar has successfully installed rooftop solar plants for more than 35 educational projects in India which include Pune University, NITK Suratkal, Aligarh Muslim University, IIT (BHU), Manipal education and medical group, Amity University, among others. 

Solar PV | News published on 03/10/2018 by Moulin

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