Ahinsa Sthal Is Being Powered By Solar

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Ahinsa Sthal has taken a step towards environment conservation by adopting solar energy. The temple is estimated to save Rs 50,000 on its electricity expenditure every year by replacing more than 35% of the temple’s electricity consumption.

This recently commissioned plant is also equipped with net-metering facility, allowing the temple to export 25% of the solar energy back to the grid.

Ahinsa Sthal, a prominent Jain temple in Meherauli, Delhi received this solAr plant as a donation from CleanMax Solar.

CleanMax Solar is India’s largest provider of solar power to corporates. The company was founded in 2011, and since then, CleanMax Solar has successfully installed more than 250 projects for over 70 corporates, with a combined rooftop solar capacity of more than 100 MW. CleanMax Solar is the #1 rooftop solar developer in India for the past three years, with a market share of 24 per cent.

Commenting on the occasion, Mr. Kuldeep Jain, Founder & Managing Director, CleanMax Solar, remarked, “India is a diverse and pluralistic nation with countless temples, mosques, gurudwaras, churches and other institutions, reflecting the devotion of their respective communities. When such institutions move towards sustainability, they set an example for the public to adopt sustainable ways of living.

We are extremely happy to help Ahinsa Sthal reduce its dependence on conventional sources of energy and adopt rooftop solar projects to meet their daily power needs.”

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