Indo-Swedish partnership to develop 65MW of energy storage in rural India

The installations are set to offer zero emission electricity, potable water, and cooling for rural villages

Swedish energy storage company Azelio and Indian renewable energy firm Atria Power have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on installing 65MW capacity by 2025 in rural India.

The energy storage installations are set to offer zero-emission electricity, potable water and cooling for rural villages and will start in 2021 with small-scale projects of 100KW.

Sunder Raju, Director of Atria Power, said: “Atria’s investments in and understanding of renewable energy technology will allow Atria and Azelio to collaborate in providing clean electricity and low-temperature heat around the clock.”

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