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Now, solar power for Brabourne floodlights
by Chittaranjan Tembhekar
The Times of India Translate This Article
28 August 2018
On 28 August 2018 The Times of India reported:
The next time the floodlights are up for a day-night match at Mumbai's Brabourne stadium, it will be solar panels on the roof that will be powering them. On Monday the stadium, which has several sports activities inside the Cricket Club of India (CCI) complex and is mostly used for first-class cricket matches, earned the distinction of becoming the first cricket stadium in the world to generate 865kW, which ... amounts to 30 percent of the overall power consumption...
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