Su-Kam Power Systems Ltd, India’s leading power backup solutions provider, has installed a 40-KWp grid-tie solar power plant at the rooftop of Allied Engineering Works, Delhi.
The solar plant was installed under rate contract with Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd (TPDDL) in which the grid connected to the solar power plant will produce 56,000 units of electricity, thereby saving Rs.5 lakh a year. Su-Kam has been given the overall responsibility of designing, supplying, testing and commissioning of the solar power plant.
Su-Kam has been shortlisted as empanelled vendor for TPDDL consumers for installation of solar projects of capacity ranging from 1 KWp to more than 500 KWp at prices determined through competitive bidding. In order to promote use of renewable energy generation for self-consumption of the consumer, TPDDL will help Su-Kam install net-metering system for this project.
The Allied Engineering solar PV plant will be maintained by Su-Kam.
The system consists of two string inverters of 20 KW each and 160 numbers of solar PV panels of 250 watt each. The power generated from the solar system will meet part of Allied Engineering Works energy requirements to run machineries like printers, air conditioners and computers.
Su-Kam is also installing 3-KWp grid-tie solar power plants at Ujjwal IAS Academy, Delhi, and more projects with a total capacity of 1.5 MW are under discussion.