Mumbai’s Legendary Chor Bazaar Goes Green

In Clean News, News, Renewable Energy, Solar

Mumbai’s Chor Bazaar, which literally means “thieves market”, has a fascinating history that spans more than 150 years. All kinds of stolen goods can be found in this market, resulting in it living up to its new name! These days it’s famous for antique and vintage items.

And now it has got a mosque which is 100 % powered by solar energy.

The Mutton Street Mosque popularly known ‘Shafi Masjid’ installs a 20 kWp Grid Connected solar power plant to cater to 100 % of its energy requirement.

The plant is powered by Singapore made powerful 355 Wp Twinpeak REC panels and Austria made Fronius Inverter.

The plant is set to generated 28000 units per annum save around Rs. 3 Lakhs and also contribute to reduction of 14 tonnes of CO2 annually.

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