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SECI and NCRTC sign MoU to increase renewable energy usage

In line with its vision to improve the quality of life of people, NCRTC has signed an MoU with SECI to harness blended renewable energy for RRTS

SECI and NCRTC sign MoU aimed at increasing the renewable energy usage
SECI and NCRTC sign MoU aimed at increasing the renewable energy usage

New Delhi: In order to increase the uses of renewable energy, the Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited (SECI) and National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on June 15. Secretary (Fisheries) Jatindra Nath Swain (IAS) and SECI's CMD Vinay Kumar Singh, NCRTC's Managing Director (MD) Mahendra Kumar, NCRTC's Director (E&RS) along-with other senior officials of NCRTC and SECI were present during the MoU signing ceremony. 

The signing of this MoU is a major milestone for the early adoption of green energy in the transport sector. The document signed by agencies building India's future in the usage of renewable energy and clean transport envisages collaboration and cooperation between two organization for increased usage of renewable energy/blended power, development of renewable energy projects, electric/transformative mobility and alternate fuel economy like hydrogen.


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On the signing of MoU, SECI’s CMD Vinay Kumar Singh spoke about the importance of renewable energy and the requirement of early adoption of renewable energy power in the transportation sector which would enable to move towards clean energy power transportation and will also help to exceed the national renewable energy target thereby contributing towards greener and cleaner tomorrow.

Singh emphasized the importance of clean energy-powered transportation for a better tomorrow and re-affirmed its commitment to make NCRTC a leader in the clean energy-powered and technologically most advanced transport system of the country.

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