Electricity costs constitute a significant share in overall operating costs for a commercial establishment. It’s a given that most modern offices have large number of computers & other electronic devices, centralized HVAC systems, etc., that has to run continuously for general day to day operations resulting in high electricity costs. This cost increases exponentially with increase in size of building and manpower. Rooftop solar plants in recent times have emerged as the ideal solution to reduce expenditure in electricity bills by as much as 70%.
The biggest incentive for installing a rooftop solar plant is the economic aspect. Solar energy has emerged as one of the most promising and widely accepted renewable energy source today. Solar plants can provide free, uninterrupted electricity for the years together while at the same time contribute towards a greener environment. Rooftop solar plants are also easy to install and require minimal maintenance. The electricity produced in excess can be sold to the grid through net-metering facility directly impacting the existing electricity bills. With depleting fossil fuel reserves, accelerated environmental degradation and pressure on the power generation infrastructure, the government has taken various steps in form of subsidies to accelerate adoption of solar energy.
Jakson is one of the major players in the energy sector that provides Rooftop Solar PV systems to some of the major industries and places in India. Rashtrapati Bhawan, Tata Cummins, LBS Airport Varanasi, Yamuna Sports Complex, Delhi Metro Stations are some of the famous places to name a few that have Jakson’s Solar PV Systems installed and are contributing to the green environment. Our solar products include a wide range of B2B and B2C products which are distributed through a dealer network in India and overseas. These include on-grid and off-grid solar power packs, solar water filtration systems, solar street lights, solar water pumps and solar generator amongst others.
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