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SBI's mill in Tamil Nadu will generate 4.5MW of power, the Maharashtra mill will provide 9MW and the Gujarat mill 1.5MW, totalling 15MW.
State Bank of India (SBI) is setting up windmills in Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Gujarat to generate 15MW of power for its own use, reports PTI.
While the mill in Tamil Nadu would generate 4.5MW of power, the Maharashtra mill would have a capacity of 9MW and the Gujarat mill of 1.5MW, an SBI press release said.
The windmill in Panapatti village in Tamil Nadu's Coimbatore district will be inaugurated on 23rd April.
SBI was the first bank in the country to start generating power from non-polluting sources for its own use, the release added.