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Winds of change in renewables

November 13, 2019 | by Pranjal Sharma, Business Standard

Clean energy is becoming cheaper and, therefore, more affordable. The use of IoT will also ensure it can achieve efficiencies that traditional energy companies struggle to achieve.

When Tejpreet Singh Chopra ventured into the renewables sector, he realised quickly that maintenance is tougher than installations. As CEO of Bharat Light and Power (BLP), Chopra had set up wind farms in five locations in India. All the farms together had about 200 turbines, each costing over $2 million.

When Tejpreet Singh Chopra ventured into the renewables sector, he realised quickly that maintenance is tougher than installations. As CEO of Bharat Light and Power (BLP), Chopra had set up wind farms in five locations in India. All the farms together had about 200 turbines, each costing over $2 million.

When Tejpreet Singh Chopra ventured into the renewables sector, he realised quickly that maintenance is tougher than installations. As CEO of Bharat Light and Power (BLP), Chopra had set up wind farms in five locations in India. All the farms together had about 200 turbines, each costing over $2 million.

This was the easy part. As the project matured and energy was steadily being generated, BLP began to face serious maintenance issues.

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