Rajnath Singh Inaugrates Bharat Dynamics Limited’s 5 MW Solar Plant, Executed by Vikram Solar
The solar project, executed by Vikram Solar is expected to generate 79,00,000 units of energy annually and would be used for captive consumption by BDL, at their Kanchanbag Unit
August 05, 2019. By News Bureau
A 5 MW Solar Power Project by Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) was inaugurated by Hon’ble Minister of Defence, Rajnath Singh at Hyderabad. The solar project, executed by Vikram Solar is expected to generate 79,00,000 units of energy annually and would be used for captive consumption by BDL, at their Kanchanbag Unit. Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) was the consultant for this project and the plant was showcased in BDL’s 50-year celebration as well.
Kuldeep Kumar Jain, BU Head-EPC, Vikram Solar, shared on the occasion, “Commissioning of the plant was a part of our continued effort to contribute to our country’s greener future. The Solar Power Plant was perceived under ‘300 MW Ministry of Defence Scheme’ with Viability Gap Funding. We depended upon our robust planning and exercised superior operational practices in the field while focusing on client requirements and preferences to successfully complete the project in time. We congratulate Bharat Dynamics Limited for their step towards a sustainable future and hope to be a part of BDL’s further ventures towards greenification.”
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