Pune: “By the end of this year, our government has aimed to generate 4000 MW solar energy across the various parts of country, and at the end of 2022, our aim is to achieve 40000 MW solar energy with the help of Rooftop Solar power plants.’’ said Prakash Javadekar, Union Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate change. He was speaking on the occasion of inauguration of ‘Rooftop Power Solar Plant’ at Pune IT Park situated in Aundh, which is one of the first private IT Parks in India, that were established at very early stage of IT Industry in India.
Inauguration of solar plant took place at the hands of Prakash Javadekar. Dignitaries like Sunil Vanarse, Founder & Director, Vansum Industries, Surekh Vanarse, Director, Vansum Industries, Reshma Chainani, CFO, Kemtech Solutions Pvt. Ltd, Shamika Vanarse, COO, Vansum Industries, Indranil Date, Director Kemtech Solutions Pvt Ltd., Unnikrishnan, Managing Director Thermax Pvt Ltd., and Suhas Panarse, Director, Reshmika Minerals and Chemicals were also present on this occasion.
Javadekar added, “As far as the worldwide scenario is concerned, 120 countries in the world are part of solar alliance and we are ahead in it. So, we have now upscaled our target, and by 2030, we are looking for at least 60% amount of renewable energy to contribute in country’s overall energy consumption.”
Sunil Vanarse, Founder & Director, Vansum Industries said, “I am glad that Javadekar is present here in this program. I remember that at initial stage of IT industry, very less people were having clear idea about IT industry but then we struggled and survived.’’
Pune IT park, founded by Sunil M. Vanarse, is developed privately and it offers all infrastructure facilities to the IT and Software Companies.
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