Maruti Suzuki commissions 5 MW solar power plant in Gurugram

Date: 05 Jun 2020

Maruti Suzuki India has strengthened its commitment towards a greener future by advancing its efforts in creating a sustainable manufacturing with the commissioning of a 5 MW carport style photovoltaic solar power plant in Gurugram. With an investment of more than Rs 20 crore, the solar power project will offset 5,390 tonnes of CO2 emissions annually, for the next 25 years. Additionally, it will give an output of 7,010 MWH of power annually.

Harnessing solar power has been a constant endeavour for Maruti Suzuki. The Company had set up its first solar power plant of 1 MW at the Manesar facility in 2014, which was further upgraded to 1.3 MW in 2018. With the latest project, Maruti Suzuki’s total solar power capacity has increased to 6.3 MW.

The 5 MW solar power plant will cater to the internal energy requirements of the Gurugram facility by synchronising with the captive power plant. As a unique feature of this state-of-the-art plant, photovoltaic solar panels of the power plant will also work as a roof for the newly constructed car parking area. So while generating clean energy, it will also enhance the safety of the new cars parked underneath, from harsh climatic conditions.  

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