Hartek Solar Pvt Ltd has announced that it has installed a 10-kWp rooftop solar plant at the Jyoti Sarup Kanya Asra Society-run shelter home in Kharar.
The project will enable the orphanage, which operates out of a 2,500 sq yard building, to reduce its electricity expenses by 30 per cent and provide succour from power cuts. With the completion of this solar plant, the Jyoti Sarup Kanya Asra shelter home can now produce its own clean energy to run its lights, fans and computer lab.
The scope of work of the project, under which Hartek Solar has installed solar panels on the roof of the three-storeyed building, included installation of solar panels, supply, design and engineering. Hartek Solar has also equipped the 10-kWp solar plant with a unique remote sensing technology, which can be linked to Wi-Fi or GPRS SIM card to get alerts on cleaning and maintenance as well as real-time data on energy generation and savings.
Congratulating Jyoti Sarup Kanya Asra Society General Secretary Jagmohan Singh Kahlon for contributing to the environmental cause by opting for clean energy, Hartek Solar Director Simarpreet Singh said, “It is heartening that such initiatives by eminent social workers like you are encouraging more and more institutions to opt for solar power. Committed to taking up the fight against climate change by contributing to the larger cause of building sustainable energy infrastructure on every roof, we, believe in giving back to the society is the backbone on which HARTEK stands and operates.
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