Su-Kam Power Systems Ltd. has announced that it is working towards offering cutting-edge solar solution to the residents of Haryana. This is in line with the state government’s initiative to encourage people to switch to solar to help improve the power situation in the state.
Su-Kam has till date successfully implemented some major projects in Gurgaon with an aim of solarising the city and the entire state. Key among them are 100KWp in State Bank Academy (SBA), 90kwp in Engineering India Limited (EIL) and 70kwp in NHPC in Faridabad.
Su-Kam has been allotted a 1 MW project in Haryana by SECI (Solar Energy Corporation of India). Under this the company has completed 100KWp in State Bank Academy (SBA), 150 KWP Grid-tie solar plants in two sites of IFFCO and 150 KWP solar plants in the parking area of ITM University, Gurgaon. Some of the on-going projects are 65 Kwp at Jagatjeet Industries Ltd in Gurgaon and another 135 KWp in Rani Polymers, Manesar Gurgaon.
Mr. Kunwer Sachdev, Managing Director, Su-Kam said, “At Su-Kam we have always believed that uninterrupted power solutions could hold the key to the progress for an emerging economy like India. Solar Power is the best suited energy source for India and solar energy sector has been growing rapidly in the recent years. To make the state of Haryana a solar state is what we aim at and these initiatives are taken in the same direction.”
150 KWP Grid-tie solar plants in two sites of IFFCO
Under this project Su-Kam installed a 50 KWP solar power plant in Sardar Patel Bhavan in sector 32, Gurgaon and a 100 KWP solar plant in the parking area of IIFCO tower in Sector 29, Gurgaon.
The 50 KWP grid-tie solar power plants on the rooftop of Sardar Patel Bhavan will generate approximately one lakh five thousand units of energy per year which will then be converted to a saving of nearly Rs. 6, 30,000 in a year. Similarly, the 100 KWP grid-tie solar plants in the parking area of IFFCO tower will generate approximately two lakh five thousand units per year and a saving of nearly RS. 12,60,000 per annum.
150 KWP solar plants in the parking area of ITM University, Gurgaon
Su-Kam has also installed a 150 KWP solar plant in the parking area of ITM University in Sector 23 Gurgaon. The premier university which was spending a huge chunk of money on electricity bills will find some respite with the solar plant in place now. The system will generate approximately two lakhs twelve thousand units of electricity per annum, and Rs 12, 72,000 as saving in a year.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has recently turned the spotlight on renewable energy through the ‘Make in India’ initiative and ‘Re-invest’ Renewable Energy meeting in Delhi designed to attract investment and promote innovation. He has now revised the target fivefold to 100GW of solar energy by 2020. Haryana government has made it mandatory for all buildings with size greater than 500 sq. yards to install solar panels.
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