|Project Submission No.||S00015|
|Project Title||70 MW Bundled Solar Power Projects by Atria Power|
|Project Owner (as per PSF)||1) Atria Solar Power (Ryapte) Pvt. Ltd , 2)Atria Solar Power (Chamarajanagar) Pvt. Ltd.|
|Contact Person of Project Owner||Kosher Climate India Private Limited|
|Email of Contact Person of PO (Primary)||email@example.com|
|Email of Contact Person of PO (Secondary)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Submission Date||3 May 2021|
|Global Stakeholder Consultation Period||16 Jul 2021 - 30 Jul 2021|
|Sector||1.Energy industries (renewable-/non-renewable sources)|
|GCC/CDM Methodology & Version||ACM0002 Grid-connected electricity generation from renewable sources, Version 20.0|
|Forecasted GHG Emission Reduction(TCO2/Year)||110,165|
|Forecasted E+ Label||Yes|
|Forecasted S+ Label||Yes|
|Forecasted SDG+ Goals||SDG 5, SDG 7, SDG 8, SDG 9|
|Forecasted SDG+ Label||Platinum|
|Forecasted Market Eligibility||CORSIA(C+)|
|Name of Authorized External Representative Organization||Kosher Climate India Private Limited|
|Name of Focal Point of External Representative||Vamsi Krishna M|
|Email-id of Focal Pointemail@example.com|
|Documents for Global Stakeholder Consultation||Project Submision, Calculation Sheet, Other Documents|
The project activity involves installation of three Solar photovoltaic power generation projects in Karnataka with installed capacities of 20 MW, 20 MW and 30 MW, thus the total project capacity of the bundle is 70 MW. The projects are installed in Tumkur, Chitradurga and Chamarajanagara districts of Karnataka State, India. The project is implemented by the group companies of Atria Power. All the projects in the bundle projects are commissioned and are currently operational. All three projects have been connected to the National Grid through the locally available 66/11 kV KPTCL substations.
The generated power from the project activity is supplying to the third party consumers through the wheeling agreement with the respective DISCOM. Project Owners have signed a Power Purchase agreement with the consumer organizations to supply the generated solar power at the contracted unit of price.
The renewable electricity generated from the project is supplied to the grid and thereby replacing the equivalent amount of electricity from the grid which is mainly dominated by thermal/fossil fuel-based power plants. Hence the project will reduce the associated CO2 emission from the grid-connected power plants.