Foundation Stone Laid for 10 MW Solar Project by Himachal Pradesh Government

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The Himachal Pradesh government has laid the foundation stone of 10 MW solar power project at Aghlor in Una district of the state. The project will be completed within three months and will generate 22.73 million units of electricity every year. This project will also help in reducing 791 tonnes of carbon emissions. This is the second solar power project in Una district after a 32 MW solar project at Pekhubela.

In November 2023, the World Bank signed a $200 million project with the government of India and the government of Himachal Pradesh to facilitate power sector reforms and increase the share of renewable energy in Himachal Pradesh’s electricity generation.

In April 2023, Su-Kam Power Systems entered into an agreement with the Himachal Pradesh government to establish a ‘Sustainable Energy Storage Park’ in the state.

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