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TPCODL empowers a Greener Future with Seamless Solar Rooftop Power Switch

TPCODL empowers a Greener Future with Seamless Solar Rooftop Power Switch

Bhubaneswar, January 2, 2024: TP Central Odisha Distribution Limited, a joint venture of Tata Power and Government of Odisha, remains resolute in its commitment to promoting sustainable energy solutions for a more environmental friendly and enduring future. Now, customers can effortlessly switch to Solar Rooftop Power, aligning with TPCODL's vision of harnessing the abundant energy of the sun for a cleaner and more sustainable tomorrow.

TPCODL has facilitated installation of 828 solar plants on rooftops through Net Metering arrangement, collectively generating a capacity of 28,003.684 kilowatt-peak (KWp). Rooftop solar power offers numerous benefits for consumers, making it a smart and responsible choice:

Daylight Power Generation: Rooftop solar systems produce substantial energy during daylight hours, maximizing the use of abundant sunlight.

Significant Cost Savings: By harnessing solar power, customers can significantly reduce their electricity bills, resulting in substantial long-term savings. Generating solar energy for six hours a day can reduce electricity bills by 25% to 50%.

Eco-Friendly: It contributes to the reduction of global warming, paving the way for a greener and more sustainable future.

Net Metering: Excess solar energy can be returned to the grid for credits from local utility companies through net metering, ensuring maximum benefits.

Optimal Space Utilization: Rooftop solar systems efficiently utilize available vacant spaces for power generation, minimizing any impact on existing infrastructure.

Long Lifespan: Solar systems are built to last, with an approximate lifespan of 25 years, ensuring a long-term return on investment.

Energy Availability: Customers can tap into conventional grid-based energy during periods when direct sunlight is not available, such as at night, during winter, or during off-peak hours when electricity rates are lower.

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