Nagpur will get 11.5 MW of green energy with Essel's new plant, shares Shri Subhash Chandra

Dedicated to the cause of a greener future, Shri Subhash Chandra shares Essel's plan of Solid Waste treatment plant in Nagpur that will generate 11.5 MW of green electricity everyday from 800 tonnes of waste.

Last Updated: Monday, July 16th, 2018 - 20:06

The ground breaking ceremony of Essel Utilities’ new Solid Waste treatment plant in Nagpur took place today. Shri Subhash Chandra shared that, apart from being the first of its kind in Maharashtra, the plant will rid the city of 800 tonnes solid waste each day and use it to produce 11.5 MW of clean energy.

The project sets a benchmark for a greener and cleaner future of Bharat. The benefits of the plant go beyond just producing green electricity, it will also bring an end to adding to the open landfill in Bhandewadi that has been known to emit hazardous gases and pollute the air.

Adding that Essel Utilities is the only organization in Bharat to have used solid waste to produce electricity, Subhash Ji posted about Essel Utilities’ Jabalpur plant that is running successfully and converting 600 tonnes of solid waste daily to produce power for approximately ten thousand households.

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