MPCA Installs Solar Panels at Holkar Stadium in Indore
The solar panels are expected to produce 277,400 units per year, which would meet 70 to 75 per cent of the stadium’s daily electricity requirements and cut 277 tonnes of carbon emissions annually.
September 25, 2023. By Anurima Mondal
The solar panels are expected to produce 277,400 units per year, which would meet 70 to 75 per cent of the stadium’s daily electricity requirements and cut 277 tonnes of carbon emissions annually. With this development, Indore’s Holkar Stadium has become third stadium to embrace renewable energy after Bengaluru and Mumbai.
The Board Of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) took to the micro-blogging site to congratulate the Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association for its efforts. “A green initiative by the Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association as they install close to 376 solar panels in Holkar Stadium, Indore. The initiative is set to be energy saving and reduce 277 tonnes of carbon emission every year. Present at the inauguration was #TeamIndia Captain @klrahul with other MPCA dignitaries before the start of play today,” tweeted BCCI.
The installation of solar panels in the stadium is a monumental leap towards cleaner and greener India. This ambitious project was developed by a private renewable energy solutions company along with collaboration from IIT Mumbai. Meanwhile, India defeated Australia by 99 runs in the 2nd ODI.
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