7000 Railway Stations Would Be 100 percent Solar Powered railway-news

 

 

New Delhi. Govt. of India has decided to go full throttle for pushing solar power generation in the country. As per reports coming in, massive increase in budget has been allocated to double solar power generation, even as plans for putting 7000 railway stations under 100% solar power is rapidly underway.India has 7137 railway stations right now. 
 
In association with Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) and other Govt. associations, 50 special solar parks would be established, such that each of these parks generate a minimum of 500 MW power every year.


Posted Date :  24-02-17

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