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Site survey & feasibility study.

Power auditing.

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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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Mother Power — harnessing of solar power – ‘Solar Mamas’ power up women’s development

Women in Rajasthan villages harness solar power with expert training from Barefoot College in Ajmer. Sita Devi, 55, from Barmer is getting ready to go to the residential Barefoot College in the small village of Tilonia in Ajmer district of Rajasthan. She is one of the 17 women from far-flung villages in the State that the college is hosting to train in solar home-lighting system fabrication, assembling of solar panels and trouble shooting. A college in Rajasthan teaches rural women — many of them illiterate — how to fabricate solar panels, lights and photovoltaic circuits “It is time we focus on women.” These are the words of Sanjit “Bunker” Roy, the founder of Barefoot College. Set up in 1972, this college, located in the village of Tilonia, 110km south-west of Jaipur, teaches rural women — many of them illiterate — […]

A saviour that helps shrink power bills

Residents reduce energy consumption by around 23% with Vidyut Rakshaka initiative Do you turn the lights off when you leave the room? Do you ensure that your water usage is efficient? Simple interventions such as these can go a long way in combating the rising electricity bills, which have been compounded not just by an increasing number of electrical appliances, but also annual hikes in tariff. It is with this aim that the Vidyut Rakshaka (VR), an easy-to-enforce behaviour and energy efficiency initiative, was started in 2015. Since its implementation, those who have stuck to the recommendations have reported energy savings of around 23% in two-and-a-half years. Conceptualised and led by the World Resources Institute (WRI) and Technology Informatics Design Endeavour (TIDE), the results of the initiative for 1,280 valid participants showed total savings of 4%. The category that followed […]

Safeguard duty, rupee decline to push up solar capital costs by 20-25%, says ICRA

‘Decline in prices of photovoltaic modules by about 20% cushioning the impact’ The imposition of safeguard duty by the government on imported photovoltaic modules and rupee depreciation are estimated to increase the capital cost of solar power projects by 20-25%, according to ICRA. In a report on the wind and solar sectors, ICRA said while bidding activity has remained strong, several key concerns remain, including rising interest rates. Bidding sizeable “The bidding activity in the renewable energy sector has remained sizeable with central nodal agencies like the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) and NTPC Limited as well as state distribution utilities issuing bids for wind and solar power capacities of about 10 GW and 15 GW respectively during CY2017 and CY2018 (YTD),” the report said. “While this augurs well for the sector, several key concerns remain.” “The imposition of […]

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