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Voltas announces commissioning of Dubai’s first solar power project in coordination with SirajPower

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Voltas, the MEP contractor and auxiliary of the Tata Group, has reported that it has effectively commissioned its first solar project in Dubai at the Misterlight Electrical Installation Items Trading stockroom inside the National Industries Park.

In an explanation, Voltas said that the project was carried out in co-ordination with the UAE-based circulated solar energy supplier SirajPower, which is liable for the financing, activity and upkeep of the office under a drawn out lease agreement.

The recently introduced rooftop solar project will produce spotless and green electricity, taking into account 85% to 90% of the power needed by the office, while decreasing 100 metric huge loads of CO2 emanations each year for Misterlight.

Voltas Vice President and Head of the International Operations Business Group AR Suresh Kumar said: “This is a significant achievement for our solar projects’ division in the Middle East and exhibits our ability to convey projects on schedule in spite of the difficulties looked during the pandemic.”

“Voltas has commissioned 3GW of solar projects in the past with its profound area knowledge and unrivaled project the board and execution capacities. Our experience and ability across projects have assisted us with becoming an accomplice of decision for companies hoping to go solar,” he added.

Misterlight is an ISO-certified cable trading company in the UAE, with over 30 years of involvement with the stock of particular cables and electrical embellishments.

SirajPower CEO Laurent Longuet said: “We’re regarded to have been picked by Misterlight as their solar energy accomplice. Our organization with Misterlight and Voltas is a demonstration of our situation as the main supplier of commercial solar arrangements in the Middle East.”

“As an ever increasing number of consumers are becoming mindful of environmental change and supportability issues, we are glad to empower organizations to set aside cash and conserve the environment through solar,” he noted.

Misterlight’s Director Rajan Nambiar said: “We accept organizations need to adjust and move their systems and practices to address the impending danger of environmental change.”

“We, at Misterlight, are pleased to have ventured out towards a cleaner and more practical future – and we ask businesses and companies across the UAE to move to inexhaustible power, which has never been more open and economical than the present,” he added.

 

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