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ITC commissions Rs 76 cr solar plant in Dindigul to cut carbon footprint

The facility will generate renewable energy for the group's hotels, food manufacturing and other businesses in Tamil Nadu.


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Shine Jacob Chennai
Cigarettes-to-hotel conglomerate ITC Ltd has commissioned its first offsite solar plant at Dindigul in Tamil Nadu. Built for Rs 76 crore, the plant will help reduce carbon dioxide emissions by the group’s businesses.

The 14.9 megawatt (MW) plant spread over 59 acres will generate over twenty-two million units of renewable energy annually for ITC’s hotels, food manufacturing plants, paper manufacturing, and printing and packaging factories in Tamil Nadu.

The plant has helped ITC meet 90 per cent of its electricity requirement from renewable sources in Tamil Nadu. ITC’s renewable portfolio comprises 138 MW of wind power plants and 14 MW

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First Published: Dec 28 2021 | 3:11 PM IST

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