CleanMax to Develop 45.9 MW Solar-Wind Project for Bangalore Airport

Clean Max Enviro Energy Solutions (CleanMax) will develop a 45.9 MW solar-wind power project for consumption by Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL).


Clean Max Enviro Energy Solutions (CleanMax), a C&I renewable energy company, has secured a 25-year power purchase agreement with Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL) for a 45.9 MW solar-wind power project. It will develop the project through a special-purpose vehicle named Clean Max Bial Renewable Energy.

The power project will be set up in a solar-wind farm located in Jagaluru, Karnataka, owned and operated by CleanMax. It will consist of 36 MWp of solar power and 9.9 MW of wind power plants.

BIAL will source an estimated 90 million units of energy (kilowatt hours) per year from the captive renewable energy power plant. The project will ensure annual supply of approx. 58.3 million units of solar power and 31 million units of wind power, utilising the existing grid infrastructure.

“The initiative will enable yield of approximately 90 GWh of renewable energy annually with a CO2 reduction of 642 lacs kg [64,200 metric tonnes]. This is equivalent of planting approx. 11 lacs trees annually. The Jagaluru wind-solar farm in Karnataka has a total capacity of 290 MW and is a powerhouse for reducing carbon emissions, and is expected to cut down a whopping 54,88,000 tons of CO2 equivalent,” stated Clean Max Enviro Energy Solutions.

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