Indian car giant Maruti Suzuki opens 5MW solar plant

The facility in the Northern state of Haryana will help offset more than 5,000 tonnes of emissions annually and support the firm’s nearby manufacturing site

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Indian car giant Maruti Suzuki has opened a 5MW solar plant in the Northern state of Haryana.

The solar plant is expected to offset 5,390 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually for the next 25 years.

The ₹200 million (£2m) project will generate 7,010MWh of clean energy and will fulfil the energy requirements of a local manufacturing facility, while the solar panels will serve as roof shelters for car parking nearby.

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