CleanMax Powers Bangalore Airport’s Greener Future With Renewable Partnership

Clean Max Enviro Energy Solutions (CleanMax) and Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) have signed a long-term power purchase agreement for the generation and supply of renewable energy from a solar-wind power project. The project, located in Karnataka, will consist of solar and wind power plants.

Mr. Hari Marar, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, BIAL and Mr. Kuldeep Jain, Founder and Managing Director, Clean Max
These power plants are very efficient and ensure a constant power supply, helping to efficiently manage energy consumption. The partnership between CleanMax and BIAL is a result of their mutual dedication to sustainable energy practices. The renewable energy power plant is being planned to meet an annual energy requirement of 90 million kilowatt hours. The project will generate approximately 58.3 million units of solar power and 31 million units of wind power using the existing grid infrastructure.

This will result in a yield of 90 GWh of renewable energy per year and a reduction of 642 metric tonnes of CO2 emissions, which is equivalent to planting around 11 lakh trees annually.

The Jagaluru wind-solar farm in Karnataka has a capacity of 290 MW and plays a significant role in reducing carbon emissions, expected to reduce approximately 54,88,000 tons of CO2 equivalent.

BIAL is committed to making a positive impact on the customers, partners, community, and environment. As they plan to expand, they are implementing renewable energy solutions to ensure 100% renewable electricity consumption, this partnership with CleanMax for a long-term power purchase agreement will help them in honoring this commitment.

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