25 KVP solar power plant installed at Ankur School, 100 units will be able to produce electricity daily
A Solar Power Plant has been set up at Ankur School, Sector 14, which was inaugurated by Prof. Raj Kumar, Vice Chancellor, Punjab University.
During this, the School Management Committee’s President Mrs. Kusum Singh, Principal Dr. Parminder Duggal and Committee member Prof. (Dr.) AK Sahajanpal, Dr. Anil Kumar, Dr. SK Mehta and Dr. Ramesh were also present.
Solar power plant installed in the school premises is 25 KVP which is capable of generating about 100 units per day electricity. With the establishment of Solar Power Plant in the school, the school will now be able to fully control the consumption of power.
Solar Power Plant has been established at Ankur School in Panjab University campus, from which it will become the first education institute in Punjab University.
On this occasion, Prof. Raj Kumar, Vice Chancellor of the University of Punjab said that establishing a solar power plant in the school and preserving energy (power) is a commendable step towards school management. He congratulated the School Management Committee for setting up this project.
On this occasion, the school’s Principal Dr. Parminder Duggal said that during the use of renewable sources of energy in the school, the students were always being educated through the syllabus.
25 KVP solar power plant installed at Ankur School
Establishing a Solar Plant in the school is a living example of saving energy for the students. This effort will not only preserve energy but also give the student a clean environment.