Dynamic Cables will meet about 30% of its energy requirement through the rooftop solar project and will be able to generate approximately 17, 00,000 kWh of clean energy annually, cutting down 42,000 metric tonnes of carbon emissions. The project was commissioned under the Rajasthan solar net-metering policy
October 01, 2019. By News Bureau
Dynamic Cables Ltd has announced that it has partnered with SunAlpha Energy to set up 1200kW of rooftop solar power project at its manufacturing units in Jaipur and Reengus in Rajasthan.
Dynamic Cables will meet about 30% of its energy requirement through rooftop solar project and will be able to generate approximately 17, 00,000 kWh of clean energy annually, cutting down 42,000 metric tonnes of carbon emissions. The project was commissioned under the Rajasthan solar net-metering policy.
Dynamic Cables Managing Director, Ashish Mangal said, “Major investments in renewable energy are a critical step to address our carbon footprint globally. We, at Dynamic Cables, believe in long-term sustainable growth through cost rationalisations with efficient improvements and innovations in our product portfolio as well as the way we consume energy. This partnership with SunAlpha is in keeping with this vision and allows us with a clean energy solution that offsets the greenhouse gas emissions from our manufacturing facilities, as part of our broader sustainability commitments.”
Speaking about the partnership with Dynamic Cables, SunAlpha co-founder & CEO Raghav Mittal said, “SunAlpha is proud to partner with Dynamic Cables and contribute to their vision of sustainable manufacturing. There is a global drive to curb the effects of climate change and Dynamic Cables is leading the way by demonstrating its commitment towards green energy. SunAlpha provided turnkey EPC services on the project that was developed using tier-1 system components sourced in record time & constructed as per SunAlpha’s industry-leading HSE best practices. “
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