Gautam Solar has successfully delivered high-efficiency 10BB Mono Half-Cut Solar panels to Madhya Pradesh’s Raja Bhoj International Airport (Bhopal Airport). The project’s goal is to promote sustainable energy while lowering the airport’s carbon footprint.
According to Gautam Solar, the project was finished on schedule, and the provided panels are capable of producing roughly 150,000 units of power per year, resulting in an annual reduction of 106 metric tonnes of CO2.
The Gautam Solar team worked with the project developer, Newsol PV Power Pvt. Ltd., to guarantee the panels arrived safely and on schedule. Solar panels were put on the airport’s parking lot rooftops and other specified sites for airport personnel housing, making the most use of the available space.
This is a Syndicate News-feed; edited by Clean-Future Team