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Amplus Solar: Growing Greener

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Going green is something that we should all look forward to. It is something that we should all commit to seriously. We all are well aware of the environmental crisis that our planet is facing and its high time that we do something about it.

The Union Budget 2017 also laid emphasis on the importance of renewable energy. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced another 20,000 mw of solar park development and a slew of duty reductions on components for fuel cell based power generating and biogas systems. He further announced solar power supply at about 7000 railway stations giving a major impetus to the shift to clean energy.

At Amplus solar, we believe that with the government we can achieve a larger progress. “Solar energy, with the help of government policies and the falling global prices, is now at an inflection point where it can compete on its own against other forms of energy,” said Sanjeev Aggarwal, managing director and chief executive of Amplus Energy Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

Going green not only benefits the environment but it can also help you with your savings.  Since, the very beginning, Amplus Solar has been working towards the development of the solar energy industry.

The Growth Story of Amplus Solar

Year

Month

Growth

2015

March

Net commisioned capacity 341 KW

2016

March

Net commisioned capacity 2366 KW

2017

March

Net commisioned capacity 20936 KW

*The basis of the Growth calculation is the Net Commissioned Capacity

Some of the Major Milestones that Amplus Solar achieved are:

2013

Amplus finally zeroed in on distributed solar

2014

December

Amplus commissioned the Hilton Shillim 250 KW off grid project

2016

April

Amplus partnered with Walmart to provide solar power at 15 of the retail major’s Best Price Modern Wholesale stores across five states

September

Amplus Commissioned India’s first airport solar project with tracker technology

September

Amplus commissioned India’s largest single-location rooftop solar installation for captive use of 4,000 kW for Yamaha Motors.

October

Amplus Energy Solutions won a bid to install 14.5 MW of solar rooftop plants across 10 Indian states floated by SECI (Solar Energy Corporation of India).

October

Amplus created history by quoting the lowest tariff in India

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