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Maruti Suzuki Commences Work on Solar Power Plant to Attain Carbon Neutrality

The two solar power plants such as 1.85 MWp at R&D Centre, Rohtak, and 20 MWp at Manesar will be commissioned in FY 2023-24 and FY 2024-25, respectively.

June 06, 2023. By Nivedita Ojha

The announcement of the new solar power projects at Manesar and Rohtak accelerates the company's efforts in this direction.

Maruti Suzuki India announced it has commenced work on two new solar power plants at the company's amenities to fortify its pledge to carbon neutrality.

The two solar power plants such as 1.85 MWp at R&D Centre, Rohtak, and 20 MWp at Manesar will be commissioned in FY 2023-24 and FY 2024-25, respectively.

The company's overall solar power capacity throughout all facilities will attain 48.15 MWp.

MSI stated it is also augmenting the share of green power obtained from the Haryana State Electricity Board for its consumption.

Maruti Suzuki India Managing Director & CEO Hisashi Takeuchi explained, "We have been increasing the share of power generated through renewable sources of energy since the start of our first solar power plant in 2014".

He said the declaration of the new solar power projects at Manesar and Rohtak executes the company's efforts in this direction.

He added further, by 2024-25, over 30 percent of the company's power need is likely to be fulfilled through renewable energy.
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