Information Technology company invests in Clean Technology

Posted on August 18, 2011 by

Persistent Systems, outsourced software product development company headquartered in Pune has invested in a 2.1 MW wind energy generator at Dhule, Maharashtra. This investment is a part of their green persistent movement. The technology provider for the wind mill is Suzlon Energy. The energy generated will be injected into the MSEDCL grid. The machine is expected to generate around 37 lac units annually, translating to a expected PLF of around 20%. Read more about wind power here – Wind Energy India – Installed base in leading Indian states, Wind power India – Linking to NAPCC, Generation Based incentives for Wind Power Projects Beyond 2012.

The Green Persistent movement, under which this investment has been made, includes initiatives for prudent use of resources and environmental sustainability. The stated focus areas of the Green Persistent are conservation of energy and trees, pollution control and waste management. Persistent also was recently recommended for ISO 14001:2004 certification for environmental management systems (EMS) for its Pune facility.

Persistent Systems is company founded in 1990 with 6,600+ employees and 300+ customers spread across North America, Europe, and Asia.

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