The Mytrah Project runs across a wide area of 4 states in India, namely Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan.
The Mytrah project uses 156 wind generators with a capacity of 233MV to generate clean energy for the communities of India. The energy generated from this project supplies the region and feeds into the Southern Grid.
The project reduces natural dependency on finite fossil fuels providing a sustainable, long term, source of energy. The project reduces greenhouse gas emissions by approximately 479,448 CO2e per year.
Mytrah is a single project with many benefits stretching across social, economic, technological, and environmental developments and improvements. Other initiatives lead by the project group uplift and develop the livelihoods of the farmers through sustainable farming methods. In addition, it looks after the youth of the region by providing skills through education and training. The project’s core is to create an outreach of clean drinking water across the region and healthcare facilities.
The Mytrah Energy Wind Power Project generates energy to the southern region and feeds it into the Southern grid. The clean energy developed from the wind displaces an equal amount of fuel burned through fossil fuels-based thermal power stations.
Not only does the project have a huge impact environmentally but economically and socially too. It support the community providing stable jobs and income as well as initiating other projects that help provide clean water & sanitation to the community.
We have worked with Pangolin Associates to help fund this project.
This project is verified by Verra VCS - an external audit body that certifies climate projects at scale. Verra develops and manages standards that are globally applicable and advance action across a wide range of sectors and activities.