Vikram Solar has announced that it had organised a Dealer’s Meet Thane, Maharashtra. The event was a part of Vikram Solar’s cross country campaigns to shine light on the importance of using quality solar panels. The event welcomed Solar integrators, Solar material suppliers, Solar EPC installers, business associations, and Energy Consultants.
Within just last year, Vikram Solar has executed a number of solar projects of diverse requirements in Maharashtra. 270 kW project for Voith Hydro Pvt Ltd in Vadodara, 220 kW project at Gondia airport for AAI are few of the notable EPC projects while Vikram Solar supplied high-efficiency modules to 156.75 kW project for ABS Renewpower, 115 kW project for Majestic CHS amongst others.
Devendra Verma, Head of Channel Sales, Vikram Solar Limited expressed in this occasion, “Our goal has been the same as they were at the very beginning, to contribute in faster, easier solar adoption in India. This dealer’s meet with our distributor in Maharashtra, Pitambari Solar Care is aimed at explaining the importance of choosing a better quality solar module and how it makes an impact on ROI of the customer. With the Government of Maharashtra reducing concessions for consumers who install small green energy generating units, the need for better efficiency, higher generation and more ROI security have become important. We are certain Vikram Solar can help with that!”
He further added, “At today’s event, we created a platform for transparent discussions where we present information on our latest products, while enabling the dealers to meet client’s demand with readily available stock.”
Vikram Solar’s annual PV module production capacity stands at 1.1 GW and the company has shipped over 2.4 GW* PV modules globally. In addition to being a Tier-1** PV module manufacturer, the company is a Solarif insurance certified (only Indian solar manufacturer), PVEL LLC Top Performer, producing bankable modules suitable for harsh environments in Europe, North America and, Asia.
To satisfy the rising demand and to supply quality products to the furthest corners of the country, Vikram Solar has developed a robust distribution network, which can cater to the demand of over 600+ locations across the country. A strong network ensures ready stocks for immediate dispatches and after-sales support. Additionally, the company’s regional warehousing capability provides an infrastructure to feed large volumes of orders.
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