Both these projects have been executed by M/s Jeanie Power Solution Private Limited, an empanelled installer of JAKEDA (J&K Energy Development Agency)
Jammu witnessed the inauguration of two vital solar power plants on Wednesday at separate locations.
While a 140 KW rooftop solar power generation setup was inaugurated at Kunjwani, another 50 KW solar rooftop power plant was unveiled at SRML Higher Secondary School.
The 140 KW Grid Tied Solar Power Generation was commissioned in the campus of Border Roads Organization, Project Sampark.
Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, BRO chief engineer Brigadier YK Ahuja informed that the solar plant was set up at the cost Rs 74, 20, 000, out of which 60 percent project cost was subsidised through the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and the balance was borne by HQ CE (P) Sampark.
“This is first step towards shifting to renewable resources of energy. We all should encourage our near and dear to use solar equipment in our houses,” Ahuja added.
The project was executed by M/s Jeanie Power Solution Private Limited, an empanelled installer of JAKEDA (J&K Energy Development Agency), the state nodal agency for installing any solar power project through MNRE.
Dr P R Dhar, CEO JAKEDA, who was also present during the commissioning of the new plant, complimented chief engineer and entire Sampark team for their wholehearted efforts in converting this Green Project a grand success.
Richa Varshney, CEO, Jeanie Power Solution Private Limited, was also appreciated by entire team of Sampark and JAKEDA for finishing the quality project well before time.
Second Rooftop Power Plant
On the same day, Sheikh Fayas Ahmed, secretary, Science and Technology Department, J&K government, inaugurated a 50 KW Solar Rooftop Power Plant at SRML Higher Secondary School, Jammu.
Addressing the gatherings, Dr PR Dhar, CEO, JAKEDA, briefed about the benefits and technical specifications of the project.
He informed that the project worth Rs 27, 50, 000, out of which 60 percent project cost was subsidised through MNRE while the balance was borne by the state government.
This project was also executed by M/s Jeanie Power Solution Private Limited.