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KPI Green Commissions Wind-Solar Hybrid Project Comprising Of 7.8 MW Under Captive Power Producer Model

KPI Green Energy Limited, in collaboration with its wholly-owned subsidiary KPIG Energia Private Limited, has successfully commissioned a robust 7.8 MW Wind-Solar Hybrid Power Project. This project, comprising 4.2 MW of wind power and 3.6 MWdc of solar capacity, marks a remarkable stride in the field of renewable energy.

The project was executed for their esteemed client, M/s. Mono Steel India Limited, based in Surat. This achievement is a testament to the company’s commitment to sustainable energy solutions and its dedication to providing efficient power solutions to its clients.

This project falls under the ‘Captive Power Producer (CPP)’ business segment of the company, aligning with the dynamic and evolving landscape of renewable energy in India. It’s noteworthy that this project is in compliance with the Gujarat Wind-Solar Hybrid Power Policy 2018, reflecting the company’s adherence to regional regulations and commitment to green energy initiatives.This successful commissioning underscores the growing importance of renewable energy in meeting power needs sustainably. KPI Green’s Wind-Solar Hybrid Power Project is not only an environmental win but also a strategic move towards reducing carbon footprints and promoting cleaner and greener energy solutions.The company’s achievement in completing this project reinforces its position as a key player in the renewable energy sector, contributing to India’s efforts in achieving its renewable energy targets and transitioning towards a cleaner and more sustainable energy future.

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