25,000-LPD capacity solar water heating project for LREDA at Leh Ladakh
To be installed by WAAREE Energies
December 02, 2013. By Moulin
WAAREE Energies Ltd, is installing a 25,000-LPD capacity solar water heaters for Ladakh Renewable Energy Development Agency at Leh, Ladakh. With this project of 25,000-LPD capacity, the company is penetrating the solar thermal market with installations at areas with challenging topography depicting its wide reach and also contributing to reduce carbon emissions in the environment.
Further, to generate 25,000 liters of hot water by using diesel oil, 58.85kg carbon dioxide would be added to the environment, with this installation WAAREE will help reduce carbon emissions sizably. A vacuum tube with special coating Cu-SS-Al technology has also been used for this project.
Mr. Hitesh Doshi, CMD, Waaree Group commented, “Installing solar water heating systems for this location was very challenging given the inadequate water supply, low temperature conditions, scarcity of electricity, lack of conventional fuels and facility of hot water. In spite of facing such huge challenges, we have managed to successfully launch the project. It is a matter of great pride for all of us that we are being able to serve the nation by reducing environmental pollution and are also helping the residents of Leh. The Research and Technology team has played a major role in the execution of this project under such extreme weather conditions.
WAAREE is going to support the environment by reducing 17,000Kg CO2 emission per day with its 25,000-LPD solar thermal systems.
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