The two companies have signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) for this purpose, as announced by AmpIn on Wednesday, September 20.
The collaboration utilizes AmpIn’s solar portfolio in Maharashtra, which includes its advanced 105-megawatt peak (MWp) solar park located in Parbhani.
The initiative aims to meet 65-75 percent of Varroc’s power requirements across its seven manufacturing units. The plant is expected to achieve an annual reduction of 43,296 tonnes of CO2 emissions.
AmpIn is India’s leading renewable energy transition platform with a total portfolio of 3 GW spread across 17 states in the country.
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