Raja Bhoj International Airport (Bhopal Airport) in the state of Madhya Pradesh is set to be powered by 10BB mono half-cut solar panels for a solar power plant, supplied successfully by Gautam Solar.
In a press release, Gautam Solar said, “The supply of these solar panels is a significant step towards promoting the use of clean energy and reducing the carbon footprint of the airport. The panels supplied are capable of producing approximately 1,50,000 units of electricity per year, leading to a reduction of 106 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually”
“We are proud to have supplied our high-quality 545 Wp 10BB Mono Half-Cut solar panels to Bhopal Airport for this project,” said Gautam Mohanka- CEO and Managing Director, Gautam Solar.
“We are committed to providing sustainable energy solutions that are efficient and cost-effective, and we look forward to working with more organizations to help them transition to renewable energy,” he added.
The Gautam Solar team collaborated with Newsol PV Power Pvt. Ltd., who was the project developer, to ensure the panels‘ safe and timely delivery within the designated timeline. The solar panels are installed on the airport’s parking area rooftops and other designated areas for the airport staff’s residence, ensuring optimal use of the available space.
“Gautam Solar is a leading supplier of high quality solar modules. Their panels incorporate innovative thinking and cutting-edge technology to address developer’s power requirements. They delivered the solar modules within the stipulated timeframe. We are glad to have worked with Gautam Solar for this project and look forward to collaborating in the future for more such projects” said Raushan Kumar- Managing Director, Newsol PV Power Pvt. Ltd.