Navitas Solar achieves carbon neutrality for 2021

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Gujarat-based Navitas Green Solutions has announced carbon neutrality for CY 2021. It has received a ‘Silver’ Badge from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) for its achievement in managing carbon emissions.

Navitas Solar manufactures mono and polycrystalline solar modules ranging from 5 W to 600 W per panel. Currently, it has a total installed manufacturing capacity of 500 MW per year and plans to expand to 3 GW in the coming years.

“Navitas Solar had appointed a third-party consultant with the task of carrying out the assessment of GHG emissions, defining a methodology and calculation approach to be adopted, and implementing monitoring procedures. It validated that the calculations met the specifications of the ISO 14064-1:2018 standard and the GHG protocol based on the assessment,” stated the company.

“In line with this, the consultant also declared that Navitas Solar has bought carbon credits to offset the same amount of emissions and has achieved carbon neutrality for the calendar year 2021,” it added.

Navitas Solar pledges to become fully carbon-neutral by 2023 and to achieve net-zero status by 2030.

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