Welspun Renewables, a generator of solar energy, has commissioned a mega solar power project under the PPP (Public Private Partnership) model in Maharashtra.

Located in Baramati, one of the highest radiation receiving regions of the state, the 52 MW power plant will generate enough green energy to power 2,40,000 households. An estimated 83,220 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions will be mitigated each year.

Vineet Mittal, Vice-Chairman, Welspun Renewables said in a statement, “The 52 MW (DC) clean energy project is strengthening our partnership with Maharashtra and the advancement of the state’s utility-scale solar industry.”

Welspun Renewables has set up the PPP project with Maharashtra State Power Generation Co Ltd (Mahagenco). The power producer has been fully responsible for part-finance, design, and commissioning of this grid interactive solar power.

Apart from Maharashtra, the company has a presence across 10 states. In line with its 11001 MW renewable commitment, Welspun Renewables will be commissioning 1 GW capacity within this year. For 100 per cent of its current operating capacity the organisation has a PPA for 25 years.

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