Vikram Solar Commissions Rooftop Solar Plant on the Tallest Building in Kolkata-‘The 42’
The solar plant has been installed on the 64th floor or the rooftop of ‘The 42’ Buildings. And, the 22.5 kW solar plant has (60) 375 Wp 72 cell Monocrystalline solar panels to generate 33,674 Units of green energy per year. This solar plant is expected to save 36.14 Tonnes of CO2 per year
July 02, 2020. By News Bureau
Vikram Solar has announced that it has commissioned a prestigious solar project on top of the tallest skyscraper in Kolkata- ‘The 42’ residential building. The Rooftop solar plant is of 22.5 kW capacity and consists of 60 solar panels, covering an area of 116 sq.mtrs (approx).
The solar plant has been installed on the 64th floor or the rooftop of ‘The 42’ Buildings. And, the 22.5 kW solar plant has (60) 375 Wp 72 cell Monocrystalline solar panels to generate 33,674 Units of green energy per year. This solar plant is expected to save 36.14 Tonnes of CO2 per year.
Saibaba Vutukuri, CEO, Vikram Solar, shared on the occasion, “I congratulate Chowringhee Residency Pvt. Ltd for taking a step ahead towards sustainability. This project to install and commission solar plant on‘The 42’ was prestigious as well as challenging. The successful commissioning of the solar plant re-iterates our dedication and commitment to uphold quality and customer-centricity at all costs, in any circumstances!”
He further added, “Starting its endeavours from Kolkata, Vikram Solar has deep-seated roots in the community of West Bengal. Therefore, each solar project within this state holds a special place for us.”
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