MG Motor India powers its Halol production plant with wind-solar hybrid energy
The SAIC-owned car manufacturer has claimed that it gets 4.85 MW of wind-solar hybrid power for its Halol production facility.
On Thursday, MG Motor India has announced that it has become the first passenger car brand to adopt wind-solar hybrid energy. The company claims that its manufacturing plant in Halol utilises 50 percent energy requirement from green energy. To harness green energy the automaker has joined hands with CleanMax Wind Solar Hybrid Park in Rajkot.
Ensuring our commitment towards a sustainable future, we are happy to join hands with Asia's most trusted sustainability partner, @CleanMax_Ofc to receive 50% of electricity from their Hybrid park for our manufacturing facility in Halol. pic.twitter.com/fn5ZdnQTKg— Morris Garages India (@MGMotorIn) November 25, 2021
The SAIC-owned car manufacturer has claimed that it gets 4.85 MW of wind-solar hybrid power for its Halol production facility. With such technology, the company is now capable to abate approx two lakh MT of CO2 over 15 years, which is equal to planting more than 13 lakh trees. Rajeev Chaba, President and Managing Director of MG Motor India said that this step is taken by the company to stay committed towards a sustainable future.
The company is also hoping to enhance its role in building a sustainable environment and also lowering the energy costs of the car manufacturer. It is a strategic move by the automaker towards zero-emission and by collaborating with CleanMax the company will be developing a clean manufacturing ecosystem.