In Short : Tata Steel has commissioned a floating solar power project at its facilities in Jamshedpur. This project signifies Tata Steel’s commitment to renewable energy and sustainable practices. By harnessing solar power through innovative methods such as floating solar installations, the company is contributing to clean energy generation and reducing its carbon footprint. This initiative aligns with India’s efforts to expand its renewable energy capacity and promote eco-friendly industrial practices.
In Detail : A total of 20.34 MW of solar projects have been commissioned in various facilities at Tata Steel in Jamshedpur, the company said in a statement
Tata Steel on Friday commissioned a 10.8-MW capacity floating solar power project on the upper cooling pond of its Jamshedpur plant in Jharkhand.
A total of 20.34 MW of solar projects have been commissioned in various facilities at Tata Steel in Jamshedpur, the company said in a statement.
The floating solar project was commissioned by Tata Power under an agreement with the steel major for the installation of a total of 41MW with a combination of rooftop, floating and ground-mounted solar panels across its locations.
Earlier, rooftop solar projects at the central warehouse, cold rolling mill, wire rod and hot strip mills, totalling 7.65 MW and a 2 MW ground-mounted solar project at Sonari Airport have already been commissioned.