Vibrant Energy and UltraTech Cement forge an alliance for clean energy solutions

Vibrant Energy, a prominent provider of corporate renewable energy solutions, has inked agreements to deliver 21.60 MW of wind power generated from projects in Maharashtra. This eco-friendly energy will fuel multiple facilities owned by UltraTech Cement within the state.

Srinivasan Viswanathan, CEO of Vibrant Energy, expressed great enthusiasm for their partnership with UltraTech, highlighting its potential to accelerate UltraTech’s transition to green energy. He underscored that this collaboration marks a significant stride toward a sustainable, carbon-neutral future, with the capacity to inspire similar transformations in other energy-intensive industries.

Anticipated to generate around 72 million units of green power annually, these wind projects will make a substantial contribution to UltraTech Cement’s efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and attain sustainability goals.

This initiative underscores the increasing commitment of businesses to adopt renewable energy solutions, not only for environmental benefits but also to embrace a more sustainable and responsible future. It underscores the pivotal role that corporate entities play in fostering a greener world by investing in renewable energy projects and curbing their carbon emissions.

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