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Fimer inverters to power Ayodhya’s 40 MW solar project


In a major sustainable energy initiative, Ayodhya is set to become Uttar Pradesh’s first designated ‘solar city’. The city is installing a 40 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant, with the first 15 MW commissioned across two sites in Rampur and Sarairasi. Italian company Fimer has supplied advanced 5 MVA inverters to the EPC contractor Jakson Green for this ambitious solar project.

The 40 MW Ayodhya solar plant is being developed by NTPC Green Energy Limited which will help establish Ayodhya as a ‘solar city’.

In March 2023, the MNRE released a concept note outlining the development of solar cities and States/UTs were to choose at least one city for transformation into a solar city. They were requested to finalize an action plan for the identified cities and execute the plan within a specified timeframe. Currently, 27 States/UTs have identified solar cities within their jurisdictions. The solar city program does not have a dedicated budget; instead, funds from various existing schemes will be employed for the development of these cities.

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