Haryana government informed that country’s first green energy plant started generating electricity. The electricity is generated from stubble and it is set up at Khursaidnagar Village in Rewari and the plant has become operational.

The plant is set up by the Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency (HREDA). This was done with the help of a private sector company. The power generated from the plant is fed to the Bisoha 33kV sub-station. This is regular supply of electricity from the sub-station to Bisoha village.

Rewari has played a crucial role in implementing the suggestions given by Haryana chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar regarding stubble management. The green plant has generated 48,000 units of power from 600 quintal in 24 hours without pollution.

2MW power per hour supplies to the Bisoha village. Along with generation of electricity, around 150 people are also getting direct employment in this plant of the area. This the first pollution-free plant to be recognized by the Panchkula Renewal Energy Development Agency. It has 5 engines of 400KW capacity from which the process of generating electricity from stubble without pollution has been started.

source: tribuneindia