With due consideration towards Tata Steel’s initiative to reducing carbon footprint, a 3 MW solar PV power plant has been commissioned at Noamundi - the first in any iron ore mine in the country. The project, covering 19 acres of land, was executed by Tata Power Solar and will help reduce CO2 emission by about 3,000 tonnes p.a.
Speaking on the occasion, TV Narendran, Managing Director, Tata Steel India & SEA expressed pride and happiness, “We have constantly looked at opportunities to exploit renewable energy sources. This is yet another milestone in our quest to become a sustainability driven company, committed to exploring clean energy solutions. Renewable energy is the best way of mitigating the impact of climate change.”
Set up at a cost of Rs 35 crore, the initiative is aimed at addressing climate change issues and other demands on natural resources for the Company`s captive use around its mining locations. Synergy between three Tata companies, namely, Tata Steel, Tata Power Solar and Tata Power Trading Company was instrumental in shaping the project into reality.
Highlighting the importance of the project, Ashish Khanna, Executive Director & CEO, Tata Power Solar said, “We are very glad to execute this project as it represents a huge step towards bringing the sun’s clean, sustainable energy as a part of a hybrid system which has grid power as well as fossil fuel as an option. This project epitomises new technologies for a sustainable and continuous power requirements and such plants demonstrate how energy needs of the manufacturing sector can be met through clean and renewable sources like solar and has the potential to take usage of solar energy to a new heights.”
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