- The company bagged the solar project through a tender process amidst huge competition
- The project commenced from February 2014 onwards; Expected to be completed by June 2014
Su-Kam has recently bagged a project to commission a 1 MW solar power plant for Punjab Engineering College in Chandigarh. The project requires Su-Kam to set up and maintain the solar system installed for a period of 10 years. This initiative of Su-Kam is in line with CREST’s (Chandigarh Renewable Energy Science and Technology Promotion Society) master plan to make Chandigarh a solar city through their ‘solar city programme’.
Su-Kam bagged the solar project through a tender process amidst huge competition from various other companies. The Su-Kam solar team shall be responsible for assessing the site, drawing out a detailed engineering plan & customized structure for setting up the solar system on the university’s premises.
Su-Kam had earlier launched its complete range of rooftop solar products for Punjab in 2013. The company’s wide array of rooftop solar products/solutions is designed to meet the power needs of a wide range of consumers; starting from small households to large institutions. The company had launched rooftop products in the capacities ranging from 250 VA to 500 KVA.
Su-Kam has already made rapid strides in reducing the dependence of consumers on electricity supply from the grid in Punjab. The company has 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.