Telangana Solar Power
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About the project
This is a 6 Megawatt solar power project in Kolanupaka, Telangana. The project has demonstrated the viability of grid connected solar farms to support improved air quality, energy security, improved local livelihoods and sustainable renewable energy industry development in the southern region of India.
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Affordable and Clean Energy. Energy is essential to nearly every major change and opportunity.
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Decent Work and Economic Growth.Sustainable economic growth will require socieitie to create the conditions to have quality jobs.
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At a Glance
  • Generates an average of 9,899 Megawatt hours per year

  • Resulting in 9,535 tons of CO2 being avoided annually

Projects Benefits

  • Provides 9,899 MWh/year of clean electricity to the southern India power grid
  • Replaces fossil fuels energy resulting in 9,535 tCO2e being avoided annually

  • Created 15 permanent job opportunities, 7 of which were hired locally

  • Supports the local primary school, benefiting over 120 students

  • Organized a health camp benefitting 400 community members

About renewable
These projects create the infrastructure needed to generate renewable energy harnessed from natural resources like the sun or wind. Once these sources are in place, they become a permanent source of clean energy.
How it works
  • The project developer funds the installation of a power plant that runs off of solar photovoltaic technology. 

  • The development of the facility creates jobs for local community members to help install the infrastructure and to maintain the powerplant 

  • The electricity generated from the powerplant is used to replace the electricity that had been supplying the grid, generated from fossil fuels. This reduces associated carbon emissions. 

  • The project developer uses their connections within the community to fund initiatives that support local schools and health centres 

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Crediting Period
Feb 13, 2015 - Feb 12, 2022
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RINA India
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Arhyama Solar Power Private Limited
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About the project
This is a 6 Megawatt solar power project in Kolanupaka, Telangana. The project has demonstrated the viability of grid connected solar farms to support improved air quality, energy security, improved local livelihoods and sustainable renewable energy industry development in the southern region of India.
At a Glance
  • Generates an average of 9,899 Megawatt hours per year

  • Resulting in 9,535 tons of CO2 being avoided annually

Projects Benefits

  • Provides 9,899 MWh/year of clean electricity to the southern India power grid
  • Replaces fossil fuels energy resulting in 9,535 tCO2e being avoided annually

  • Created 15 permanent job opportunities, 7 of which were hired locally

  • Supports the local primary school, benefiting over 120 students

  • Organized a health camp benefitting 400 community members

About renewable
These projects create the infrastructure needed to generate renewable energy harnessed from natural resources like the sun or wind. Once these sources are in place, they become a permanent source of clean energy.
How it works
  • The project developer funds the installation of a power plant that runs off of solar photovoltaic technology. 

  • The development of the facility creates jobs for local community members to help install the infrastructure and to maintain the powerplant 

  • The electricity generated from the powerplant is used to replace the electricity that had been supplying the grid, generated from fossil fuels. This reduces associated carbon emissions. 

  • The project developer uses their connections within the community to fund initiatives that support local schools and health centres 

Proof of Carbon Accounting
To ensure transparency, Green Story Carbon Registry tracks issuance and retirement of carbon credits for all projects on the Green Story offset platform.
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UN Social Development Goals tooltip icon
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Affordable and Clean Energy. Energy is essential to nearly every major change and opportunity.
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Decent Work and Economic Growth.Sustainable economic growth will require socieitie to create the conditions to have quality jobs.
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Climate Action. Climate change is a global challenge that affects everyone, everywhere.
Crediting Period
Feb 13, 2015 - Feb 12, 2022
Auditor
RINA India
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Developer
Arhyama Solar Power Private Limited
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