Residents of Bopodi housing society put in operation a 32 kilowatt of solar power plant

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Pune, November 26, 2018: The need of the hour is to create more and more solar energy and increase its use. Keeping this in mind, our Prime Minister Narendra Modi has started the world’s largest renewable energy initiative. While following the league to protect environment residents of the Royal Heights Co-Op Society in Bopodi, Pune, have started and implemented 32 kilowatt solar power plant in their society. This solar power project was inaugurated by MP Anil Shirole and Mayor Mukta Tilak in the city.

On this occasion, Vijay Shewale, Corporator, Prakash Dhore, Corporator, Sunita Wadekar, Corporator, P. Verghese, President of society, Rajendra Singh Sohi, Secretary, Sadanand Ghodgerikar, Treasurer and other members of the society were also present.

Speaking at the event, Anil Shirole said, “Climate change is a big crisis today. And to deal with this crisis it is necessary to make sustainable development by generating green energy with maximum participation from the masses. Under the world’s largest renewable energy initiative started by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Government of India will produce 175 gigawatts of energy by 2022 out of which 100 gigawatts will be surely from solar power generation. So, citizens must participate in their own way to make the country pollution free by 2022. I really appreciate this step taken by members of Royal Heights Co-Op Society and congratulate them for this initiative.

The Royal Heights Co-Op Society has built a 32 kilowatt solar power system under this project. This will generate 4000 units of energy per month in the society and the society will save about 60 to 70 thousand rupees per month.