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Solar-Powered CommonWealth Games 2010

Solar-Powered CommonWealth Games 2010

Reliance Industries, an energy company, released a statement that said it has commissioned the country’s first one-megawatt solar plant to power a stadium to be used in the upcoming CommonWealth Games.

The company’s solar energy department, RIL Solar Group has “successfully implemented and commissioned 1-MW solar plant on the roof of the Thyagaraj Stadium here,” RIL said in a press statement.

Thyagaraj Stadium is planned to be a model green stadium and will host Netball competition in the upcoming games.

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