CleanMax Solar, India’s largest on-site solar power provider, has been awarded a 2.5 MW contract by Indraprastha Power Generation Co Ltd (IPGCL) who has the mandate to execute solar project on behalf of Department of Power, Delhi Government to meet their growing power demands at several institutes and prime locations around the city. With this, CleanMax Solar will aid public facilities and infrastructure projects to go green by adopting sustainable sources of energy.
The clean solar power CleanMax Solar’s plants will come as a relief to the capital. With the city’s electricity consumption on the rise, the rooftop solar plants will assist in bridging the demand-supply gap, generating enough energy to power 1500 homes. Furthermore, the plants are expected to slash carbon dioxide content by up to 1074 tonnes annually. Cumulatively, the plants will also meet a whopping total of 50% of the power saving per unit and will save taxpayers Rs 55 lakhs per annum through their pay as you go OPEX model.
Among the primary takers for CleanMax Solar’s rooftop solar panels include educational institutions such as Integrated Institute of Technology, Dwarka; Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research (DIPSAR), Pushp Vihar; ITI, Nand Nagri; Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Shakarpur; Guru Gobind Singh IP University, Dwarka; Laxmibai College, Ashok Nagar; and the popular food and craft bazaar Dilli Haat, Pitampura. Being popular destinations across the city, solar energy will directly or indirectly affect lakhs of tourists, domestic and foreign, who frequent these hubs on a daily basis.
Commenting on winning the tender, Andrew Hines, Co-Founder, CleanMax Solar, said, “We are very happy to have been awarded the contracts to provide sustainable energy solutions for the city of Delhi. While CleanMax is already the industry leader in solar solutions to corporates, we see a fantastic opportunity to help government and institutional clients to do the same.”