Amplus Energy Solutions today said it has completed construction of 2 MW solar rooftop plant for India Expo Centre Mart at Greater Noida.
"This plant spanning across 35,000 sqm of roof, consists of 7,860 Trina PV modules of 320 Wp each and 33 of SMA inverters," Amplus Energy said in a statement.
The project was completed in around 8 months and was declared for commercial use on May 31, 2017.
India Expo Centre & Mart is slated to use the generated solar energy to meet up to 50 per cent of its varying energy needs. Gurgaon-based Amplus will own, operate and maintain the project for a period of 25 years.
"This plant not only serves as a testimony of India Expo Centre & Mart's commitment towards 'going green and reducing carbon footprint', but will also bring total savings of INR 380 Million over project lifetime of 25 years," Rakesh Kumar, Chairman at India Expo Centre & Mart, said.
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