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India’s First Canal Top Solar PV system at NTPC Mouda.

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NTPC has energized 150 kWp Canal Top Solar PV System on cooling water (CW) channel at its 2320 MW Mouda Thermal Power Project, near Nagpur in Maharashtra.

This novel Solar PV system makes use of side walls of CW channels as load bearing structure thereby significantly decreasing cost of civil and mounting structure.

The system also has several other unique advantages such as Land Conservation, water conservation due to reduced evaporation, increased PV generation due to cooling and reduction in dirt, leaves thereby reducing chemicals for water treatment.

Solar PV | News published on 14 / 06 / 2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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This is great thing what NTPC is doing normally NTPC uses coal as their main source to generate thermal energy. BY leaving that old traditional energy generating and developing solar energy is good sign to environment which reduce the air pollution and also helps in decrease in global warming.
Posted on 14 / 06 / 2017 | strensooft

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