Malé Water and Sewerage Company has installed an additional solar power system in R. Dhuvaafaru.

The new system was also installed at the Operation Centre in Dhuvaafaru. A 48-kilowatt system was previously installed at the center. Renewable electricity generated from solar power is for the operational purposes of the center.

With the new 35 kilowatt system, the generation of renewable energy in Dhuvaafaru has increased to 83 kilowatts of solar power. MWSC stated that this is a change to increase the generation of electricity using renewable energy in order to further strengthen services and provide environmentally friendly services.

MWSC has been using renewable energy resources in their operations since 2012 across the country. According to MWSC, the company will be able to generate a total of 578 kilowatts of renewable energy and facilitate the achievement of the government’s policy to increase the generation of electricity from renewable energy in the Maldives.


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