Tata Power Solar takes its Residential Rooftop offer to Gandhinagar

Tata Power Solar takes its Residential Rooftop offer to Gandhinagar

The solution is expected to save upto Rs 50,000 annually for 25 years.

Boosting the solar portfolio, Tata Power’s solar arm has recently launched its complete residential rooftop solution in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. The solution is expected to save up to Rs 50,000 annually for 25 years. The company had launched its rooftop solar services back in September last year.

Earlier, Tata Power Solar has successfully executed world’s largest rooftop at a single location and India’s largest carport at Cochin International Airport.

Recently, it has joined hands with Cricket Club of India and installed the world’s largest solar powered Cricket Stadium Mumbai, in a record period of 100 days.

Commenting on the development, Tata Power, MD & CEO, Praveer Sinha said, “After the successful launch of residential rooftop solution at Delhi, Mumbai, Ajmer, and Bhubaneswar, we are happy to offer solar rooftop to generate easy and cost effective solutions for the residential consumers at Gandhinagar now. We urge all Gujarat customers to take full benefit of this service.”

“It is our endeavor to provide knowledge of commercial benefits as well as quality aspects of solar roof top installation to our residential consumers. We are hopeful that with initiatives like these and our offering of cost-effective rooftop solutions, we will help consumers in energy conservation as well as savings in power costs,” said Ashish Khanna, President, Tata Power (Renewables).

Initially, this Indian solar giant had launched its residential rooftop solution in Delhi, Mumbai, Ajmer and Bhubaneswar and had received quiet good response from the consumers.

A key aspect of the services for consumers would be the support they receive for getting the net metering paperwork out of the way, a process which requires anything between 4 weeks to 8 weeks in key cities. That’s where Tata Power is also hoping to help, although it would be far better for the ecosystem if they could push to have it simplified drastically by speeding up approvals.

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Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.