Su-Kam successfully installs a 75 KWp Rooftop Solar Plant at IFFCO Chandigarh
Su-Kam Power Systems Limited, India’s leading power back up solutions provider announced the successful installation of a 75 KWp Rooftop Solar Plant at IFFCO Chandigarh. The Solar Plant, installed under a contract with SECI, will produce tentatively 1,02,375 units of electricity thereby, saving more than Rs. nine lakhs annually. Su-Kam has been given the overall responsibility of designing, supplying, testing and commissioning of the solar power plant.Entire system consists of one 15 KWp and two 30 KWp Grid-tie inverters, and 300 solar PV panels of 250 watt each. The project took one month to complete and cost approximately Rs 60 lakh.
Speaking on Su-Kam’s commitment to the Solar sector , Mr. Devinder Kumar, CEO-Solar Projects, Su-Kam said “We are delighted to install the Solar Power Plant in Chandigarh and look forward to making further contributions with our expertise in Solar, across the country.” He further added “This solar plant will enable them to meet part of the energy requirement and save huge amount of money on electricitybills”.
Su-Kam has already made rapid strides in reducing the dependence of consumers on electricity supply from the grid in Punjab. Su-Kam has installed a 1 Mega Wattsolar power plant forPunjab Engineering College in Chandigarh; which is the largest solar plant to be installed at an educational institute. The company has also installed a 50 KW solar power plant at Shivalik Public school in Patiala, which has brought down the dependence of the school on electricity from the grid to zero.
Su-Kam is one of the top players in residential solar market with 20.6% market share and pan India presence. A continuing focus on quality and strict adherence to international standards has enabled Su-Kam to export its products to various overseas markets across Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the Pacific region.