NEW DELHI: India’s leading hospitality group, Oberoi Group, says it has become the first in the Delhi-NCR region to allow both Gurgaon properties to be powered by solar energy. The Oberoi Gurgaon and Trident Gurgaon have introduced solar energy To meet your electricity needs. A captive power plant in Balasar, Haryana, will generate 7.5 MW of electricity to meet the energy demands of the two hotels.
The solar energy plant has been equipped with “polycrystalline” technology and is spread over 25 acres. “With 27,000 solar panels installed, the plant’s performance ratio is determined to be 76.50%. The Oberoi and the Trident in Gurgaon aim at reducing CO2 emissions by 12,344 tons per year,” the group said in a statement.
Oberoi Gurgaon GM Abhishek Panshikar said: “We are proud that our Gurgaon hotels are now operating on 100% solar energy . This is our small way of giving back to Mother Nature and providing our guests a sustainable luxury experience.”
Trident Gurgaon GM Amit Khare dijo: Las encuestas han demostrado que los huéspedes prefieren quedarse en alojamientos amigables con el medio ambiente. Esta es igualmente una prioridad importante para nosotros. Teniendo esto en cuenta, nuestros huéspedes estarán encantados de saber que ahora se alojan en un hotel que funciona con solar energy ”.
“Adopting renewal energy like solar energy will help resolve many environmental challenges like reducing global warming and the emission of CO2 and also help boost greater socioeconomic benefits by creating local employment opportunities, the group statement said.