Suntuity Group Announces Foray into Indian Solar Market

Suntuity Group Announces Foray into Indian Solar Market

Suntuity Group has announced its foray into the Indian solar sector with the commissioning of its maiden project.

Suntuity Indian Solar

US-based solar solutions provider Suntuity Group has announced its foray into the Indian renewable energy sector with the commissioning of its maiden project in Maharashtra. 

“The company, part of Suntuity Group, is proud to announce its maiden roof-top project. This 103-kW (kilowatt) rooftop solar project is at an educational institution in South Mumbai. The project marks the foray of the group in India,” Suntuity Renewable Energy India said in a statement. The company also. Informed that the modules used in the project were manufactured by Vikram Solar.

Imaan Javan, Director, Suntuity Renewable Energy India, said, “Our solutions cater to assist reducing carbon footprint and help in a clean way of life. We have deployed many installations across the world, and it’s a great feeling to know that we play a part in moulding young minds towards energy conservation with this maiden project.”

The group develops, finance, build, own and operate residential, commercial and utility-scale renewable energy solutions across the world. The company has installed over 250 MW of solar PV since its formation in 2008, installing over 4,000 residential solar systems every year in the US.

Recently, Panasonic announced that it has launched an urban microgrid, Hybrid Energy Storage Systems (ESS) with end to end solutions for the Indian market. The integrated solar power microgrids feature efficient, reliable and intelligent power storage solutions to power up urban residential and commercial areas.

In April, Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas), Malaysia’s fully integrated oil and gas major, has entered into an agreement with I Squared Capital, a leading global infrastructure investor, to acquire 100% interest in Amplus (M+) Energy.

Petronas President and CEO Tan Sri Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin said at the time, “This acquisition reflects our strategic intent to grow in the renewable energy space as part of our strategy to step out beyond oil and gas into the new energy business. This also represents our first international solar venture and we look forward to providing energy solutions to our customers in these high growth energy markets.” 

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Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for