Commonwealth Games 2010 go Green

It is expected to generate annually around 1.4 million kWh of electricity resulting in emission reduction of more than 1,200 tons of CO2. It would cater to the power requirements of the stadium and the surplus would be fed into the grid. Besides, there are three 2.6 kW solar PV systems on the roofs of individual tennis courts in the R. K. Khanna Tennis Complex.

Furthermore, there are 34 back-up solar PV systems of 3 kW each along with 180 solar LED street lights and 500 garden lights in the Commonwealth Games Village, which will house athletes, coaching and support staff.

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