Tamil Nadu government’s solar policy is attracting automobile manufacturers slowly. Truck maker Daimler India Commercial Vehicles is planning to set up a logistics warehouse with inbuilt solar panels at the company’s plant in Oragadam, Chennai.
And Nissan is planning to power its offices in the country with solar energy.
Florian Laudan, Head, Corporate Communications, Daimler India said that with Tamil Nadu being abundant in solar energy, Daimler India welcome Tamil Nadu's move to make use of natural resources. The company's other plants globally too make use of solar energy for sustainable business.
The State Government’s recent solar energy policy makes it mandatory for industrial and commercial buildings connected to a high tension power load to use solar power to meet a part of their power needs. The policy also promises incentives and tax benefits for solar power production.
At a seminar on sustainability in the auto industry, Biju Balendran, vice-president, Plant Engineering, Renault Nissan India, said that solar water heaters have been installed at the kitchen inside its Oragadam plant. Nissan is now taking steps to power its offices in the country using solar energy, he said.
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