Indian Oil Corporation Forays into Solar Power Sector

The executive director (in-charge), Maharashtra and Goa state office, Murali Srinivisan, recently said the company will also rollout CNG stations in the state. “We are already in the final stages of commissioning two CNG stations in North Goa at Colvale and Dhargal and are planning to commission three more in Panaji, Zuari Nagar and Cortalim by March,”

January 04, 2020. By Darshana Daga

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In some of the states, Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) is soon to have its retail outlet for solar energy. Work on two outlets is complete, while eight more stations are being readied, and is expected to be ready by June.

The executive director (in-charge), Maharashtra and Goa state office, Murali Srinivisan, recently said the company will also rollout CNG stations in the state. “We are already in the final stages of commissioning two CNG stations in North Goa at Colvale and Dhargal and are planning to commission three more in Panaji, Zuari Nagar and Cortalim by March,” he said.

“Liquid fuels will continue to remain our key product offering in the future, however, Indian Oil is equally focused on creating supply points for alternate fuels,” he said.  

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