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Ferrero India installs Maharashtra’s biggest roof top solar installation in Baramati, Pune.

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Ferrero, globally renowned chocolate and confectionary company announced the installation of 1.5 MW capacity solar power project at its manufacturing facility at Baramati. This is Maharashtra’s biggest roof top Solar Power installation. Ferrero is one of the few food companies in India to install solar power at their manufacturing unit in India.

Ferrero has invested 1.2 million Euros (approx INR 8.8 crores) in this project. This project is built on an area of 22,000 square meters and covers 8.4% of the total factory load. The new Solar Power plant will generate energy of 2250000 kWh per year (2250 MWh). The company will be able to cut its carbon dioxide emissions by 1.926 tonnes per year. “This solar power project at the Ferrero plant at Baramati is our endeavor to providing a cleaner and greener environment to the community in Baramati”, said the company spokesperson. “In this way Ferrero is reducing its carbon footprint and protecting the natural eco system.

We are committed to this project and in making the lives of people better in the community we operate”, he added. This solar power project is enough to serve the needs of about 1500 to 2000 homes each day and could save upto Rs. 3.6 crores annually.

Solar PV | News published on 20 / 03 / 2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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I am really impressed by how India is growing so much in usign the solar power wisely. Indeed they are becoming a role model for others. The esasy writers are doing a really good job with spreading awareness about it too!
Posted on 20 / 03 / 2017 | fast

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