Visaka Industries’ Showcases its Integrated Solar Roofing System ‘ATUM’

A total of 18 pushcarts were installed with Visaka Industries’ ATUM on its roof and were converted into smart carts. Each with a capacity to generate 1-1.5 units and 1280W of energy generated was donated to vegetable vendors.

Visaka ATUM

 

Visaka Industries Limited, one of India’s leading manufacturer with a range of sustainable and innovative products, recently displayed the benefits of ATUM, an integrated solar rooftop.

A total of 18 pushcarts were installed with ATUM on its roof and were converted into smart carts. Each with a capacity to generate 1-1.5 units and 1280W of energy generated was donated to vegetable vendors.

Visaka launched first of its kind in India, ATUM in December last year. A product that serves all the functions of a traditional roof, whilst generating energy. It is an integrated solar roofing system is ideal for homes, complexes, malls, offices, factories, and warehouses.

Visaka ATUM

All the 18 carts worth a total of Rs 7.2 lakh were donated to vegetable vendors in Hyderabad. Vamsi Gaddam, Joint Managing Director of Visaka Industries said, “The creation and distribution of ATUM smart cart is a testimony of our commitment to creating a sustainable living for our future generations. Smart Cart is a fully functional solar cart that can generate electricity.” The company will continue donating smart cart to the budding local vendors.

The 320W solar panel installed in the system is capable of powering a 40 W light, a 75 W fan and a mobile phone for nearly 10 to 11 hours every day after generating close to 1280 W of electricity from four hours in the sunlight. The roofing system is weather resistant, eco-friendly and self-sustainable. It regulates temperature with higher efficiency and is fire resistant and shockproof.

Ayush Verma

Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at saurenergy.com 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 iamrenew.com.

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