Ladakh and Meghalaya sign MoUs with CESL for promoting solar energy

To promote clean, affordable and reliable energy solutions, Meghalaya government and Ladakh union territory have signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) separately with Convergence Energy Services Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Energy Efficiency Services Ltd to generate around 65MW of decentralized solar.

In the first MoU with Meghalaya Power Distribution Corporation Ltd (MePDCL), CESL has signed an MoU worth 60MW, which will also entail finding synergies in business development to implement various sustainable solutions like pump sets, LED lighting and solar power stations for agriculture. With Ladakh, CESL will implement various clean energy and energy efficiency programmes, including decentralsied solar power in Zanskar region worth 5MW

Convergence Energy Services CEO and MD Mahua Acharya said, “Decentralized power is the way to go – it reduces costs for the DISCOMs, increases power quality and offers opportunities to green future demand by providing energy efficient appliances to people.

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