Across 52 buildings, 7,816 modules have been installed in the past one week.
Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) University joined the green campaign as it recently installed 2,250 kilowatt solar panels on the campus.
Across 52 buildings, 7,816 modules have been installed in the past one week, confirmed the senior university officials.
“So far, only 20 per cent electricity demand of the entire university is being met through solar panels. Once the renewable energy module is completely implemented, every 10 years, 11,55,000 joules of coal which is used to supply electricity to the university will be saved. This equals to saving 60,000 trees from being felled down,” professor Sirajuddin Ahmed, in-charge of the building and construction department said.