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2 Mega Watt Solar Power Plant inaugurated at Naval Station Karanja, Uran

July 21, 2020 Photo(s): By PRO (Navy)
Vice Admiral Ajit Kumar, PVSM, AVSM, VSM, ADC FOC-in-C (West) e-inaugurates the 2 MW Solar Power Plant located at Naval Station Karanja, Uran.

Vice Admiral Ajit Kumar, PVSM, AVSM, VSM, ADC Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Western Naval Command, e-inaugurated the first Two Mega Watt Capacity Solar Power Plant of the Western Naval Command on 20 Jul 2020.

The Plant has been installed at Naval Station Karanja and is one of the largest solar plants in the region. The Solar Plant comprises of 100% indigenously developed solar panels, tracking tables and inverters. The plant is grid interconnected utilising the state of art single axis sun tracking technology with computerised monitoring & control.

The project is a significant step by the Indian Navy towards harnessing Solar energy and use of renewable source of energy for meeting the power supply requirement of Naval Station.

The 2 MW Solar Power Plant at Naval Station Karanja along with the dignitaries involved in the project.