Azure Power announced the successful installation and operation of its rooftop solar power plant for Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) at the Sultanpur facility. This is the first phase of a 14 MW allocation by DMRC to Azure Power, one of the largest by DMRC to a solar power developer. The tariff on the project is Rs 5.55 per kWh ($0.083), with a total subsidy of Rs 167.4 million ($2.514 million). The company will supply power for 25 years under PPA which will be utilised for DMRC’s operations. The 14 MW project will be completed in phases and will cover several metro stations, workshops and parking lots. Commenting on the occasion, Anup Kumar Gupta, Director (Electrical), DMRC said, “DMRC has taken a number of green initiatives to reduce its carbon footprint. The power generated from solar energy will not only fulfil our energy requirements but also help us make the city greener.”
Inderpreet Wadhwa, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Azure Power said, “Azure has unique rooftop solar power solutions for infrastructure, commercial and industrial customers in cities across India to lower their energy cost and meet their greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction targets. We are pleased to partner with DMRC in reducing their GHG emissions through deployment of solar energy in their facilities across the capital city of New Delhi.”
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