Ultimate Sun Systems has leveraged its cutting-edge technologies to provide environment-friendly, energy-efficient, and cost-effective solutions in Haryana, which has resulted in impressive traction in the state.
Underlining its success in the rapidly-developing state, the company has installed over 7.5 MW of solar power-generating capacity in Haryana in FY 2016-2017, a figure it aims to take to 40MW by FY2018.
Ultimate Sun Systems also surpassed expectations and completed several landmark projects during the course of 2017, including a full 2 MW rooftop solar power plant completed in just 45 days for MMU at its Mullana, Ambala campus.
Other notable projects include a 1MW Utrecht ground-mounted plant, a 150 kW plant for HEWO Apartments in Gurgaon, a 75kW plant for NHK Springs in Manesar, and 15kW plant in Gurgaon for DLF.
The company aims to bring its technical competence and engineering experience in conceiving, developing, and installing solar power plants for 25 new corporate clients in Haryana by March 2018.
“Haryana has a vibrant and growing economy, and is an important market for us. The many manufacturing units and new-age companies that are expanding or setting up shop in the state have an ever-rising need of power. Recent concerns over pollution in the region just make renewable energy solutions more critical,” said MD, Ultimate Sun Systems, B.S. Yadav.
“At our project for Maharishi Markandeshwar University, we installed a 2MW rooftop solar power plant in just 45 days, led to a reduction in carbon emissions that was the equivalent of planting 22,000 teak trees, while substantially reducing the cost of energy. We take great pride in our efficiency and technical ability, and are aiming to partner with many other corporates in Haryana to make a contribution towards their continued economic growth while protecting the environment,” added Yadav.
The Gurugram-based company has already delivered projects above 10 MW at a pan-India level with 20 MW already in the pipeline.
It has already served over 25 prestigious corporate entities such as DLF, NHK Springs, IOCL, and Maharishi Markandeshwar University (MMU).