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Skyways Group's excess solar energy to power govt electricity grids

September 18, 2019: Skyways Group will generate 100 MW (mega watts) solar energy by 2022.

initiative seeks to reduce dependence on the traditional not-so-eco-friendly methods of energy generation.
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initiative seeks to reduce dependence on the traditional not-so-eco-friendly methods of energy generation.

September 18, 2019: Skyways Group will generate 100 MW (mega watts) solar energy by 2022. The global logistics company has installed 22W solar panels at its head office in Delhi and is currently generating 22 KW of clean energy.

The newly installed panels aims to contribute the excess energy to the government electricity grids annually, contributing to the country’s demand for clean energy. This initiative seeks to reduce dependence on the traditional not-so-eco-friendly methods of energy generation.

Yashpal Sharma, MD, Skyways Group said, “We have commissioned a solar energy ecosystem at our head office in New Delhi. With this, we are aiming to address the climate emergency and contribute our bit to the society. All the offices, and warehouses are fully reliant and functioning on clean energy. We also use electric vehicles for transportation. The solar panels installation is a proof of our continuous commitment to being an ecofriendly organisation.”

Earlier this year, the group carried out a tree plantation drive, planting more than 1,500 trees. The group has pledged to plant 2020 trees by 2020.

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