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Andhra University to install rooftop solar power

Tuesday, 04 Jun 2019
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The Andhra University in Visakhapatnam has undertaken works to install rooftop solar power in a phased manner by the end of 2019. The work on the solar plant has already begun on the south campus and is likely to be completed by the end of June 2019.

The project is being undertaken by Mumbai-based TEPSOL Projects. Andhra University has signed an agreement with the firm on a build, operate, transfer (BOT) basis. The entire work will be undertaken by TEPSOL at their cost, which includes maintenance. The plant will be handed over after 25 years.

The power requirement for Andhra University is around five MW, and in Phase-I (south campus), about two MW will be catered to. About 11 buildings, including Dr VS Krishna Library, Science and Arts College and hostels, will be hosting the solar panels on their roofs in the south campus.

The setting up of the panels is almost complete, and it now needs to be connected to instruments and equipment. In south campus, the solar power generated will be around two MW and another two MW will be generated from the north campus.

Andhra University will now be paying TEPSOL Rs 3.69 per unit, which will enable it to save around Rs 7.31 paisa per unit.

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