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Inauguration of solar power plant at Taj Madras Flight Kitchen

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Taj Madras Flight Kitchen, a part of the Taj Madras (Taj Group) has undertaken a green initiative and installed a rooftop solar power plant at its Chennai facility.The solar power plant was inaugurated in November 2016. The inauguration event took place beneath the raised solar structure. We have built a rainproof raised structure of about 3,000 sq. area. The idea behind designing the system was that the area can be used as a cafeteria and for small company events and functions. It was greatly appreciated by Taj Madras team. 

At the event, all senior staff of Taj Madras and investor were present along with Sunshot team.The solar power plant is visible when one takes off in a flight from Chennai Airport.

Following are some fact pointers about the system:
Total installed capacity: 203 kWp 
Annual power generation: approx 3 Lakh units
Annual carbon emission reduction: approx 255 tonnes

Sunshot has also integrated its DG synchronizing and EB synchronizing system with Taj Madras's electrical system that is monitored online.Sunshot has provided a turnkey solution for solar installation, which includes system designing, procurement, installation, operation & maintenance and arranging for finance for the system.

Solar PV | News published on 03 / 01 / 2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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