Ganges Internationale Pvt Ltd (GIPL) has bagged the mandate to set up 10 MW solar mounting structures and tracking systems for Tirupati Tirumala Devasthanams at Tirumala in Andhra Pradesh. Tirupati Tirumala Devasthanams (TTD), is an independent trust managing the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple at Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh.
To harness solar energy, preeminent Temple trusts are now opting to utilize their vacant land and install efficient solar units. In a bid to contribute to a sustainable green eco-system in the country, GIPL structures are chosen by the developer to implement an effective solar solution and bring down its expenditure towards power consumption.
GIPL holds a vast experience on ground mount solar project execution with state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Pondicherry. The organization has contributed majorly in installing solar structures at various parts of the country including Cochin International Airport- world’s first fully solar energy depended airport.
At TTD, the organization will install 10 MW ground mounting structure to help access approximately 44MWh units of electricity per day. TTD will utilize its unused land to generate solar energy, where the power generation will be utilized for different energy requirements in and around places.
The trust oversees the operations and finances of the second richest and the most visited religious center in the world. It is also involved in various social, religious, literary and educational activities.
“It is a great initiative by TTD and contributes towards the concept of ‘zero energy’ buildings. Our organisation has always been on the forefront, offering world-class technology and exemplary engineered products to our customers looking out for sustainable green energy solutions,”Said Vinay Goyal, CEO of Ganges Internationale.