ITC Hotels is India's second largest hotel chain with over 100 hotels. They are also exclusive franchisee of the Luxury Collection brand of Starwood Hotels and Resorts in India. ITC needed a power back up application for their upcoming ITC Royal Bengal Hotel at Kolkata. The 456-key hotel would be among the tallest buildings of Kolkata with a commanding view of the entire city. Our gensets will provide emergency power backup for their whole operations during power failure. The scope of work included design, supply, and installation of Gensets, with a cooling tower arrangement as also room acoustics.
A 450 KW grid-tied rooftop solar plant was successfully commissioned by Jakson at Anand Engineering College, Agra recently. Jakson provided complete turnkey engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for the project. The project was executed under CAPEX model, where the roof owner is the owner of the rooftop solar system and bears the entire capital expenditure of the project. The plant will help achieve annual cost savings in the range of INR 21 to 22 lakhs, while offsetting of about 540 tons of carbon emissions per year as well. In addition to turnkey execution, Jakson will provide annual operations and maintenance services
Jakson Group successfully commissioned a 10 MW solar power plant at Vishakhapatnam port, Andhra Pradesh. Jakson provided complete turnkey EPC services that included design & engineering, procurement, supply of equipment and materials, testing, inspection and commissioning along with associated civil works. Jakson also provided comprehensive operation and maintenance for a period of 7 years from the date of commissioning. The project spread over an area of over 50 acres, was commissioned in two stages, with 6.25 MW in the first stage and 3.75 MW being commissioned subsequently. Powering the facility is a set of 36,620 high efficiency solar PV modules of 310 Wp each. The plant generates approximately 150 lakh units of electricity, to be used primarily for running day to day operations of the port. Any additional units generated, will be sold to power utilities using net metering facility. By virtue of this installation, Vishakhapatnam port became the first among 12 major ports in India to use renewable energy for its operations.