Lucknow: Leading stakeholders in the solar segment converged at Lucknow to deliberate on India’s renewable energy roadmap. The meet organized by Su-Kam, a leading company in power back- up and solar solutions, at Hotel Renaissance, Lucknow also showcased latest technologies in the solar segment catering to the households. The agenda of the meet which witnessed a gathering of over 50 people was to educate people about the use of solar energy and deliberate on the future of renewable energy. The company also showcased their newly launched product grid-tie inverter and explained its functioning.
On the occasion, Mr. Kunwer Sachdev, Managing Director, Su-Kam said: “Su-Kam has always endeavoured to move a step ahead in solar innovation. Solar energy is the future of India’s energy roadmap. Not only it is eco-friendly, it also has the potential to reduce burgeoning power bills. I urge more people to come forward and adopt solar energy.”
“Our new product- solar grid- tie inverter caters not only for commercial establishments but also for homeowners if their state has an active net-metering policy and pays a good price to residents for feeding excess solar electricity back to the grid,” he added.
Mr. Vipul Rastogi, who deals in Su-Kam products said: “Su-Kam has carved its identity in the solar segment due to its constant thirst for innovation in technology. Its products serve the needs of not only commercial but also the household segment at an affordable cost. With ample sunshine and a huge gap in demand and supply of power, solar energy is a possible solution to the power woes of the state.”
Su-Kam has a dealer and distributor network of over 25,000 across India and 90 other countries worldwide. They have seen their channel partners grow from driving a Maruti 800 to Audi. Su-Kam is one among leading players in the residential solar market industry. A continuing focus on quality and strict adherence to international standards has enabled Su-Kam to export its products to various overseas markets across Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the Pacific region.