Singapore-headquartered Cleantech Solar, a renewable energy solutions provider to corporates in India and Southeast Asia, has announced the commissioning of a 2.6 MW rooftop solar PV system at the newly built manufacturing facility of Chloride Metals Limited in Haldia, West Bengal. Chloride Metals Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Exide Industries Limited, India’s largest battery company.
This PV plant is expected to generate approximately 76.8 GWh of clean energy during its lifetime, helping to offset over 70 kilotonnes of CO2 emissions.
Cleantech Solar has financed, designed, and constructed the solar PV system. Operation and maintenance also fall in its scope of work.
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