Wind energy for Tuppadahalli in India
Projekt no. 1258: Download projekt description / ClimatePartner Website
The energy supply in India, for one thing, fluctuates wildly and for another thing relies to a great extent on fossil fuels. In addition to private households and businesses, this also affects hospitals, fire brigades and other services that are important for public safety and order.
Clean power generation through wind turbines. This is just one of the many benefits of the project in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. Several small wind farms in the districts of Shimoga and Chitradurga generate clean electricity with a total of 34 turbines and a total capacity of 56 MW, which is fed into the Indian grid. The low-emission technology thus contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gases. At the same time, the project secures the energy supply in regions that previously had no constant access to electricity.
With this project ACT is helping to reduce CO2 emissions, improve the air quality, prevent harm to health and create jobs.