Anupam Rasayan India, Cipla Limited & Bharti Airtel, from pharma to telecommunication now everyone is taking their carbon footprints very seriously.
In a regulatory filing, Anupam Rasayan India stated, “In a conscious move towards reducing dependence on non-renewable energy and cost-saving measure, Anupam Rasayan… has issued a letter of intent to install solar power by investing a sum of Rs 43 crore.”
The company’s IPO will be funded the entire capital expenditure of this project, which is Rs 43 crore. And the initial public offer of the company was Rs 760 crore in March this year.
12.5 MW of this project will fulfill the demand of Anupam Rasayan’s all major units which are located in the state of Gujarat.
In April, With this initiative, India’s premier digital communications solutions provider Bharti Airtel has announced a 14 MWp captive solar power plant in Uttar Pradesh to meet the energy requirements of its core and edge data centers.
In January, in partnership with APM Energy, Cipla Limited also built a 30 MW solar plant project at Tuljapur, Maharashtra, which spreads over 115 acres. This plant will support Cipla’s production facilities and reduce emissions (Carbon Footprint) linked to energy commission there.
The company’s manufacturing unit at Kurkumbh and Patalganga in Maharashtra will directly get the benefits from this power plant. This project will help the company to cut down their carbon emissions (Carbon Footprint) by 35000 tonnes.
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