Vikram Solar commissions 100 kW Rooftop Solar project for Parijat Industries Pvt. Limited
New Delhi, 21 December, 2018: : Vikram Solar, one of India's leading module manufacturer and a prominent rooftop solar & EPC solutions provider, successfully installed a 100 kW grid tied Rooftop Solar PV system for Parijat Industries Private Limited in Ambala, Haryana, India.
The project covers a space of 1100 square metres, and 292 Monocrystalline 345 Wp modules were used to power 2 factory sheds of Parijat Industries. The system will produce an approximate 1.5 Lakh units of electricity annually and reduce carbon emissions by nearly 123 metric tonnes in a year.
Ms. Neha Agrawal, Head of Corporate Strategy & Rooftop Business, Vikram Solar , shared on the occasion, 'It was a privilege for us to aid Parijat Industries in their decision towards adopting green energy. Like every project, we brought forward quality, performance and customer centricity in delivering state of the art solutions for the company. We are hopeful that Parijat Industry's first step towards solar revolution will begin a long lasting association with Vikram Solar for all future expansions.'
Vikram Solar currently has approximately 60MW (commissioned+under execution) Rooftop EPC portfolio. The company has delivered green energy solutions to Government entities such as-ISRO, IOCL, SBI, WBSEDCL, and AAI; whereas their clientele in Private Sector includes-SL Group, IMFA, Century Ply, KBL, and Anmol Biscuits, among others.
Mr. Rahul Shriram Surwade, Manager, Parijat Industries , shared, 'We at Parijat are deeply committed to being a responsible and environmentally conscious company. Our business ventures are testament to our social and economic commitment. Contribution to Green energy shift is another step towards upholding India's values mission and vision, and we appreciate Vikram Solar's solution in this matter. Given the quality of execution and after sales customer service accorded by them, they will be paramount in our decision making for all similar ventures in the future.'