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Site survey & feasibility study.

Power auditing.

Project RoI analysis.

Planning & Designing (system integrators).

Optimal space utilization & max. o/p with safe electrical design & robust mechanical design (solar EPC as per MNRE guidelines).


Procurement of equipments, installation & commissioning of Utility scale Solar PV systems.

EPC contracts for large-scale commercial solar projects for industries & various other institutions.

We also undertake residential Solar home lighting systems.

Ground-mounted Solar power plant Installation & Maintenance (with Tracker Technology or fixed type).

Projects include On-Grid, Off-Grid & Hybrid solar PV systems as per client requirements.

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Assistance in Government related approvals.

We also undertake other solar energy related works like Solar street lighting systems, Solar water heaters, solar water pumps, solar DC lighting systems etc.

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Economic Benefits What can be more compelling than generating electric power from sunlight, which is freely, abundantly available in most parts of the country, round the year, for several hours each day? Indeed, the greatest advantage of solar energy is that the raw material is free, clean and virtually in infinite supply. The greatest obstacle to generating electrical energy from the sun used to be the high capital cost of the equipment. However, with the steady reduction of prices in components of solar power plants such as solar panels and inverters, with the steady improvement in their efficiency and performance, solar power has now attained grid parity, i.e. it is as cost competitive as power available from the conventional grid (electric distribution company , DISCOM or ESCOM) in most countries, including India. Also, India is ranked first in the world in […]

‘Solar duty may do more harm than good’

Safeguard duty on solar panels from China, Malaysia not only offers little to domestic makers, but may also hurt existing projects While the government’s decision to impose a safeguard duty on the import of solar cells from China and Malaysia could benefit domestic manufacturers, it will do a lot of damage to existing solar projects that have already factored in the cheaper imports into their pricing, according to industry players and analysts. The government implemented a 25% safeguard duty on solar cell imports from China and Malaysia for the period between July 30, 2018 and July 29, 2019. Thereafter, the duty is to decrease to 20% for the six months following that period, and further to 15% in the subsequent six months. “The import duty prima facie has been placed in order to encourage local solar panel manufacturers in the country in […]

Centre imposes 25% safeguard duty on import of solar cells

Reverse effect:The move could affect existing projects dependent on cheap imports, say analysts New tariff applicable to shipments from China, Malaysia; effective till July 29, 2019 The Centre on Monday issued a notification putting into effect a safeguard duty of 25% on import of solar cells from China and Malaysia between July 30, 2018, and July 29, 2019. The duty reduces to 20% for six months from July 30, 2019, and further to 15% in the subsequent half year. The decision by the government follows a long deliberation by the Directorate General of Trade Remedies, which recommended the safeguard duty structure after considering an application by Indian solar cell manufacturers. The subsequent 20% duty on “solar cells whether or not assembled in modules or panels” will apply on imports from China and Malaysia during the period July 30, 2019, to […]

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