Largest Solar Power Plant of Navy Commissioned: Key Points Here

Largest Solar Power Plant of Navy Commissioned: Key Points Here

Largest Solar Power Plant of Navy Commissioned: Key Points Here: Vice Admiral Anil Kumar Chawla, PVSM, AVSM, NM, VSM, ADC Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Naval Command commisioned  a 3 MW Solar Power Plant at Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala on 22 July 2020, by means of virtual conferencing. This is in accordance with the Govt of India activity of 'National Solar Mission' to accomplish 100GW of solar power by 2022. 

Largest Solar Power Plant of Navy Commissioned: Key Points Here

The solar plant  is the largest in the Indian Navy and has an expected existence of 25 years. The sum total of what segments have been indigeneously sourced, including 9180 exceptionally effective monocrystalline sun oriented boards utilizing the most recent innovation. The undertaking has been executed by Kerala State Electronics Development Corporation Ltd (KELTRON). 

Regardless of substantial rainstorm and limitations due to COVID-19, every concerned office including Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) proceeded with chip away at the undertaking holding fast to all rules/conventions against COVID-19 and executed the work in a timebound way. 

The Solar Power Plant venture will help Naval Station Ezhimala in decreasing the carbon impression and is one of the numerous activities attempted by INA towards a perfect and green condition. Surplus force produced will likewise take care of the KSEB power network.

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