MYSUN commissions 231 kW industrial rooftop solar project

ANI | Updated: Mar 27, 2018 23:31 IST

Gurugram (Haryana) [India], Mar. 27 (ANI): India's leading rooftop solar platform, MYSUN, on Tuesday announced the commissioning of an industrial rooftop solar project for 'Update Prints (India)', a household name in high-tech label printing. The project, 231 kW in capacity, will be spread across an area of 2,446 square meter.

Keeping in line with its promise of using only top tier equipment for the highest reliability and longevity, the plant features top of the spec equipment.

MYSUN also announced that it was able to commission the project before the committed deadline.

The rooftop, located in Gurugram is an industrial site which sees a monthly electricity bill of close to Rs. 4 lakh, putting it in the tariff band of Rs 8.62 per unit.

Update Prints will be saving up to at least 90 percent on its monthly bills by installing the solar system, which will generate close to 3.5 lakh units per year.

"We are delighted to have commissioned this project in a record time in Gurugram. This solar system has been designed to not only work with the grid but also with the existing Diesel Generators through an Energy Management System so as to maximise the savings for the customer," founder and CEO, MYSUN, Gagan Vermani.

"At MYSUN we are dedicated and committed to bringing the best customer experience not just to larger projects like this but to each and every project we execute. The focus is to ensure the highest possible ROI for the customer over the lifecycle of the solar system," Vermani added.

"We are excited to have started reaping the benefits of solar energy and expect to significantly reduce our monthly electricity bills. With this well-engineered and premium quality solar system installed by MYSUN, we are sure to save more than Rs. 7 crore over the next 25 years in electricity costs. We are also very proud to have been able to make our contribution towards a cleaner environment," said Managing Director, Update Prints, Rajesh Chadha. (ANI)