Welspun Renewables has commissioned its first solar power project, a 34-megawatt plant in Bhatinda in the Indian state of Punjab.
The project is the largest commissioned solar farm in Punjab. It will feed 48 million units of clean and emission free energy into the Punjab state grid annually for 25 years.
The company is among the first few to set up a clean energy project in Punjab. “While powering the state’s industries, we will also be working with our neighbouring communities towards sustainable living,” said Vineet Mittal, Vice -Chairman of Welspun Renewables
The state government has set a target of 4,200MW of solar capacity.