Reliance Solar Group Commissions Solar Plant to

by:ALLTOP      2020-11-04
Reliance Solar, the solar power initiative of Reliance Group, has successfully executed and commissioned India's first one-megawatt (MW) solar plant to power Thyagaraj stadium to become used in the upcoming Commonwealth Games 2010. The Thyagaraj Sports Complex can be a model Green Stadium with world class facilities in India and will host NetBall in the upcoming Commonwealth Games. The solar power generated through 1 MW solar PV power plant at the Thyagaraj Stadium is expected to contribute to emission reduction of more than 1,200 tons of co2 (CO2) per year thereby setting a benchmark when it comes of energy efficiency.
In addition, building-integrated photovoltaic concept is also implemented by Reliance Solar People. So, the stadium can start feeding electricity to the power. The good news is, henceforth, this power will be provided for public consumption, except during the period when the Games take place in October. The Government of Delhi is already in talks with NDMC, BSES and PWD to sell the electricity thus generated, for consumption. KK Sharma, principal secretary (PWD) said, 'The amount of solar powered energy generated is substantial, and wanted to utilize the pressure plant properly, especially as around 1MW of power will be generated every day, depending on weather conditions.'
Reliance Solar Group installed and commissioned the country's first 1MW solar plant in an increasing duration of less than 3 months. The power plant is expected to generate around 1.4 million units of electricity per school year. It would cater towards the power requirements of the stadium and the surplus nicely fed for the grid at 11KV. Reliance Group in addition has implemented three 2.6 KWp solar PV power plants on the roofs of human tennis courts in the R K Khanna Tennis Complex, may play host to the tennis event during the games. Further, there are 34 back-up solar PV systems of 3 KWp each along with 180 solar LED street and 500 garden lights in the Commonwealth Games Village, that house athletes, coaching and support workers.
Commenting on the achievement, Mr. Mukesh Ambani, Chairman & Managing Director, Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) said, 'We have always believed that the renewable energy space is a natural extension of our strengths each morning conventional energy platform. The nature of technical expertise and project execution demonstrated in developing the solar power infrastructure is a defining achievement for our Solar Herd. We will continue our efforts in research, understanding and scaling up the deployment of other environment friendly sources of one's energy. Reliance Industries is privileged and honored to with brand new of Delhi and Organizing Committee and an integral green part of a show case event like typical mistakes Wealth Games 2010.'
Important components of the 1MW solar PV plant in the Thyagaraj Stadium include:
The inverters and power evacuation systems used within the project the actual best at college and been recently executed by partnering with leading global companies certain that best quality and results.
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