The government buildings are among the most important infrastructures in any country. All the government administration takes place within these buildings. From the Indian Parliament to the smallest city hospital, from banks to the post offices, they all are part of the government buildings. Most importantly, they all are run and maintained on the taxpayer’s money. Any reduction in the expenditure on these buildings is directly saving the taxpayer’s money. Similarly, in cases of down time due to frequent power cuts, all the essential government services are delayed causing a huge economic loss to the country.
Like other commercial office buildings, government office buildings also completely depend on electricity for all its operations. An uninterrupted power supply is prerequisite to its smooth functioning. A solar panel can provide a cost-effective solution to deal with the power cuts. Also, as more office buildings and infrastructures are getting erected rapidly, they are putting an enormous burden on the existing power infrastructure. To meet the energy needs, more resources are being exploited. Some are drastically contributing to the increase in Carbon-Dioxide emissions. Any initiative taken by the government itself, sets an example for others to get inspired. Rooftop Solar Panels on the government building will not only save the electricity expenditure, but will also motivate other office buildings to adopt 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. Depending on the power consumption of the government building, we provide the best solar solutions. Among the major places that have gone solar with Jakson, some of the famous are like Rashtrapati Bhawan, LBS Airport Varanasi, Yamuna Sports Complex and Delhi Metro Stations amongst others.
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. As a Solar IPP, we own three solar power plants with a total installed capacity of 60MW. Our Solar IPP plants are located in Bap, Rajasthan and in Lalitpur and Mahoba in Uttar Pradesh.
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