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Heritage Foods commissions 2.34 MW solar power project

According to reports, Heritage Foods Limited has synchronised its first solar power plant of 2.34 MW capacity in Medak district of Andhra Pradesh.

The project located at Adavimasjidpally village in Mulugu mandal of Medak district is part of the company’s clean energy initiatives. The power thus generated from the plant will be used for captive purpose for its dairy unit located in Hyderabad.

According to M. Sambasiva Rao, President, Heritage Foods, the 2.34 MW solar photo-voltaic plant is equipped to supply more than 4 million units of clean and green energy annually. The project was completed in record 90 days by Mahindra EPC Private Limited.

The power unit is expected to displace nearly 3,300 mt of carbon dioxide annually. Spread across a 14-acre site, the plant comprises of 9,360 solar PV modules based on multi-crystalline technology.


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