•   Eco-House, Auroville – Pondicherry
  •   Kanpur Solar Farm, Bijwasan, Delhi
  •   Surya Shanti Ghar, Baroda
  •   Solar Passive Hostel, University of Jodhpur
  •   Office for Passive Solar Architecture, IIT, New Delhi
  •   Solar Energy Centre, (Guest House), Gurgaon
  •   MLA Hostel Building, Shimla
  •   Himurja Building, Shimla
  •   School of Energy and Environment Studies, Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya, Indore
  •   ACs for Tigers in Kankaria Zoo, Ahmedabad




We analyze your roof condition, electricity consumption and determine the required system size


We provides a custom design which gives the optimum output and maximum benefits


We install MNRE certified high quality equipment. We provide comprehensive warranty for the whole system


We provide free maintenance for the first year and provide annual maintenance at minimal cost.

Solar Future Trends

Power Capacity Requirement

As per international energy agency report, India's installed; power capacity is 329.2GW as of April 2017. India needs to quadruple its capacity by 2040 in order to keep pace with the demand of power

Power Generation

By 2040, 50% of generation of power is expected to come from renewable/ nuclear energy which is only 17% presently.

Future Projects

By 2040 India is expected to setup 340GW of wind and Solar projects owing to strong policy support and declining costs.

Forecoming Challenges

The major challenge is to create reliable and sustained power distribution mechanism for consistent supply.

Major Turnovers

100% rural electrification under "Uday" launched in November 2015 will be the major financial turnaround and revival of discoms.

Energy Utilization

Presently India uses only 6% of the worlds primary energy at 1075KWH as against an entitlement of 18%.

Major Concerns

One of the major concerns is distribution loss, interalia mapping and indexing of consumers; efficient and effective energy control, modernization of assets.

Project Funding

As against sanctioned amount of Rs.71202 crores for renewable energy projects, a sum of rs. 29530 crore have already been floated till March 2016

The History of Solar

  • 200 B.C.

    Legend holds that Archimedes, a Greek scientist, used a series of mirrors on the shoreline to concentrate the sun's energy and set fire to incoming enemy ships

  • 1839

    A.E. Becquerel observes that shining light on certain materials would cause the creation of electric current. This was the launching point for photovoltaic technology

  • 1883

    Charles Fritts produces the world's first solar cell, a device that converts sunlight into electricity, using selenium and gold. The cell's efficiency was less than 1%, meaning than less than 1% of the light energy was converted into electricity

  • 1921

    Albert Einstein is awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for his "discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect." Einstein was the first to postulate the existence of light quanta, now called photons, providing a theoretical foundation for modern PV technology.

  • 1958

    The space race between the U.S. and Russia sparks significant investments in solar technology. Some of the earliest man-made satellites, including Vanguard 1, were powered by photovoltaic cells

  • 2006

    Solar industry surpasses the computer industry as the largest consumer of high-purity silicon. Although this created a temporary silicon supply shortage, it sparked major industry investments that lowered the price of solar panels

  • 2011

    The cost of high-quality silicon solar panels falls to roughly US$1 per watt, opening new markets around the world and driving a global energy revolution