Sunlit Future and Waaree Energies Illuminate Kalasalingam University with 1.2 MW Solar Project

International sustainable township partners with leading solar supplier to power Tamil Nadu’s education institution

Sunlit Future, an international sustainable township located in Auroville, is making waves in the field of renewable energy. In December 2022, the township successfully developed a 1.2 MW solar project, commissioned by Kalasalingam University in Srivilliputhur, Tamil Nadu. This ambitious project has set an exemplary model for clean energy adoption and sustainability in India.

The solar modules used in this eco-friendly endeavor were supplied by Waaree Energies Ltd, a renowned name in the solar industry. The company’s Director of Sales & Marketing, Mr. Sunil Rathi, expressed their commitment to promoting clean and sustainable energy sources across India. He stated, “Waaree is on a mission to promote the adoption of clean, sustainable energy sources across the length and breadth of India. This project with Sunlit Future offered us a splendid opportunity to further that objective, through the provision of our high-quality, state-of-the-art solar modules. It was truly a pleasure to work with the team at Sunlit Future on this undertaking.”

Sunlit Future’s Executive, Mr. Rishi Kapoor, emphasized the exceptional reliability and effectiveness of Waaree’s solar modules, making them the ideal partner for this groundbreaking project. He expressed his satisfaction in working with Waaree and expressed optimism for future collaborations, underlining their commitment to sustainable development.

The 1.2 MW solar project is a significant step towards reducing carbon emissions and promoting clean energy adoption in Tamil Nadu. Kalasalingam University is expected to benefit greatly from this initiative, furthering their commitment to sustainable practices and environmental responsibility. Sunlit Future and Waaree Energies have set a shining example of what can be achieved through collaboration and innovation in the renewable energy sector.