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PFC dedicates a solar roof top system to ASHA School at Delhi Cantt

Under its CSR initiative, PFC is providing 5kWp standalone solar rooftop systems with battery back in 37 Asha schools across the country

PFC dedicates a solar roof top system to ASHA School at Delhi Cantt

New Delhi: Power Finance Corporation (PFC), a Navratna PSU & leading NBFC under the Ministry of Power, has installed a standalone solar rooftop system at ASHA School, run by Indian Army Wives Welfare Association in Delhi Cantonment. The installation has been carried out as part of corporate social responsibility (CSR) imitative of PFC.

PFC's Chairman & Managing Director (CMD) Ravinder Singh Dhillon along with Lt. General RK Anand inaugurated the stand-alone solar rooftop system of 5kWp capacity. PFC's (Director Commercial) PK Singh, Executive Director (CSR) R Murahari and Chief General Manager (CSR&SD) M Prabhakar Das graced the occasion along with other Indian Army officials and school staff.

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Under this CSR initiative, PFC is providing 5kWp standalone solar rooftop systems with battery back in 37 Asha schools across the country. Asha School is run by the Army Wives Welfare Association, which works for the welfare of the spouses, children and dependents of the Army personnel. ASHA schools are educating and training differently-abled children to bring them into the mainstream of society.

PFC is also providing solar lanterns to Indian Army under its CSR initiative. 5,000 solar lanterns have already been supplied to Indian Army which is helping them in tough terrains and forward posts.

Disclaimer: This story is a press release and is being published without any editing by PSU Watch desk. Our editorial team has only changed the headline.

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