Solar Power in India
As part of this carbon offset project, solar parks were constructed in the Indian states of Maharastra, Orissa, Jharkhand, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh to use solar energy for sustainable power generation. The electricity generated is fed into India's state grid, replacing the equivalent amount of energy that would otherwise have been produced by burning fossil fuels. Thanks to the project, around 326,000 tons of CO2 emissions can be avoided annually.
In addition to supplying clean electricity, the project also contributes to infrastructure development and the creation of new employment opportunities.
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This project aligns with the UN Sustainable Development Goals
The fine print: it does not contain chocolate chips, you cannot eat it, and there is no fresh out of the oven smell.