SunAlpha will use its specialized PV system integration capabilities and the scope will include design, supply, implementation, and maintenance of solar installations for the manufacturing plant. With the growth in the energy sector in India, this project will surely make an impact in the industry as well as both SunAlpha and Flair
February 05, 2020. By News Bureau
SunAlpha Energy has announced that it has partnered with Mumbai-based Flair Writing Industries Limited to solarise their manufacturing plant located at Daman. In this project,whichis a 150 kW system, SunAlpha will use its specialised PV system integration capabilities and the scope will include design, supply, implementation and maintenance of solar installations for the manufacturing plant. With the growth in energy sector in India, this project will surely make an impact in the industry as well as both SunAlpha and Flair.
“We are delighted to partner with SunAlpha Energywith the installation of PV system, which will surely add on to the technology upgradation in Flair Group.” Said Sumit Rathod, Director, Flair Writing Industries Limited.
SunAlpha is an award-winning premium solar PV designer and constructor of high-quality rooftop systems. It focuses on serving customers with creating value through innovative end-to-end solutions.Use of renewable energy is the primary aim of SunAlpha Energy. The company assures eco-friendly solar energy solutions through various grid installed, stand alone and building integrated projects. SunAlpha Energy intends to be a leading renewable energy player in India in the years to come.
“SunAlpha is extremely proud to partner with Flair Group and will contribute to their vision of superior manufacturing levels. We are one of the few industry players ideally positioned to grow in this market scenario and we are focusing on ramping up operations and swiftly increasing deployment"said Puneet Goyal, Co-founder& Director of SunAlpha Energy Group.
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