Indian company ‘brakes’ its CO2 emissions

A brake company in India has installed a solar power plant at their facility in the state of Tamil Nadu. The plant will generate a capacity of 7.72 megawatts of […]

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By Taryn Nixon

A brake company in India has installed a solar power plant at their facility in the state of Tamil Nadu.

The plant will generate a capacity of 7.72 megawatts of electricity for the company who are based in the Munanjipatti area.

The funding will be provided by SunEdison, a global solar energy company who has its headquarters in the US.

The solar project is part of the Tamil Nadu government requirement that says high tension wire customers must source 6% of their energy use from solar.

The plant will generate around 14 million kilowatt-hour (kWh) of electricity a year.