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Harness the Power of Sun

for A Brighter Future

Company Overview

Key Facts
75 Technology Patents & 83 Design Patents

Su-Kam was founded in 1998 by


Mr. Kunwer Sachdev, a first generation
entrepreneur, who has led the company
in becoming a leading Indian brand and a
successful example of Make in India.

181 Copyrights, 169 Trademarks


2800+ Personnel
6 Manufacturing Plants
R&D Centre
23 sales offices; 30,000+ Channel Partners

Headquartered in Gurgaon, and with 6


state-of-the art manufacturing facilities,
Su-Kam leads the market with innovative
products and a large sales and service
network.

100+ Service Centers; 1000+ Service


personnel
International Presence in SAARC Region,
Middle-East Asia & Africa

Su-Kam is the only power solutions


company to be recognized for its R&D by
the Department of Science and Technology,
Government of India. The company is
credited with filing the highest number of
patents in the industry.
Su-Kam has received several prestigious
awards like Indias Most Trusted Brand in
its category for 2015, Solar Energy Leader
Award 2014, National Award for Quality
Product from Government of India, etc.
Su-Kam has executed several large scale
commercial and industrial solar projects,
thereby providing cost effective and green
energy solutions. Su-Kam is one of the
leading players in solar energy in India and
has a wide range of highly efficient and
value for money products for household
use.

Awards and Accolades

Global Achievers Award


for Business Leadership - 2014

CRISIL-MNRE Grade SP1A


Certificate - 2015

Solar Energy Leaders


Award - 2014

Most Trusted Brand in India - 2015


Quality Excellence Award for
most innovative company - 2014

Asias Most Promising


Brand - 2013
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A GLIMPSE OF SU-KAMS SOLAR PROJECTS


Indias Largest Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Plant on an Educational
Institute - Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh
Su-Kam has installed Indias largest Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Power Plant for an educational institution.
A 1 MW plant was installed across 14 buildings within a single campus to take care of the colleges power
requirement during day time.

Powering ITM University in Gurgaon with Solar Power


Su-Kam installed rootop solar power plant at ITM University, Gurgaon. The power plant enables the university to
save on its electricity expense and reduce its dependency on the grid power.

250 KWp Mini Grid Solar Power Plant for UPNEDA, Kannauj, U.P.
Su-Kam was commissioned by the UP government to install a 250 KWp mini off-grid solar system to light up
two villages in Kannauj district - Fakirpura and Chanduahar. The project is aimed at bringing electricity to offgrid villages. It will power 60 LED street lights and provide electricity to 450 homes and their 2,000 residents,
as well as commercial establishments, two schools, a training centre, a healthcare centre and 15 submersible
water pumps.

UPNEDA

Lohia Awas Project - To Solarize 40,000 Rural Households in U.P.


Su-Kam undertook the highly prestigious project to solarize 40,000 rural households in UP so that they
could enjoy the benefits of electricity in their homes powered by the sun.
The solar power plant can generate electricity for running 3 LED lights, 1 ceiling fan and a mobile
charging point in each of the 40,000 rural homes across 19 districts and 1,800 villages. The system
provides a backup of 8 hours a day and autonomy of 72 hours.
Through this project, Su-Kam provided employment and skill enhancement training to about 400 people
at the grass root level.

UPNEDA

90 KWp Grid-Tie Solar Power Plant for Engineers India Limited (EIL), Gurgaon
Su-Kam installed a 90 KWp Grid-Tie (Net Metering) Solar Power Plant on the roof top of the R&D building of EIL,
Gurgaon. Even though the area available for installation of the plant on the rooftop was insufficient, Su-Kam did
a detailed engineering analysis and drew out a customized plan to accommodate the plant. This solution met
stringent quality, reliability and functional requirements.
The state-of-the-art Grid Interactive Solar Plant generates over 1.25 lakhs units of electricity per year thereby
helping EIL save over Rs 10 lakh in electricity expenses annualy. This plant powers complete 3 floors of the building.
Moreover, Su-Kam has installed remote monitoring system to track plant performance on a regular basis.

Su-Kam installs Indias first centralized solar street lighting project in Tamil Nadu
Su-Kam has completed the installation for Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agencys (TEDA) centralized street light
project scheme. Through this project Su-Kam has energized 12,000 street lights in village panchayats.
This is first of its kind project in India, as the existing street lights that were powered from grid supply were now
powered with solar energy along with provision for grid charging i.e. battery charges from grid supply only during
cloudy or rainy days. All sites are remotely monitored to ensure proper functioning at distant locations.

Grid-Tie solar power plant at Delhi Jal Board


Su-Kam installed 50 KWp solar Grid-Tie system for Delhi Jal Board (DJB), New Delhi. The installation generates 90,000 units
of electricity per year, resulting in an annual saving of electricity expenses of Rs. 7.2 lacs and a cumulative saving of Rs.1.7
crores over a period of 25 years, given that solar grid-tie system has a long life of 25 years.

40 KWp Solar Power Plant


at Raj Bhawan, Itanagar,
Arunachal Pradesh

Su-Kam commissioned a 40 KWp Solar Power Plant at the Raj


Bhawan in Itanagar, Arunanchal Pradesh. The solar power plant
installed at the Raj Bhawan runs the entire office load and
provides backup for the Governors house.
While space was a constraint, the Su-Kam team customized the
design of the solar plant to create a special structure as per the
area available and successfully commissioned the project.

70 KWp Grid-Tie Solar Power Plant for


National Hydroelectric Power Corporation
(NHPC), Faridabad
Grid-tie solar system on the rooftop of the NHPC building
generates 84,000+ units of electricity per year thereby helping
NHPC save Rs 7 lakhs in electricity expenses annually.
The solar plant installed at NHPC is unique since it is based
on the dead load foundation with interacted grid matrix that
gives huge stability to the structure without having any effect
on the waterproofing of the roof.
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Powering 19 Sites of Assam Rifles Ranging from 50 KWp - 100 KWp


One of the landmark projects undertaken by Su-Kam was the Assam Rifles project which required supply,
installation, commissioning and maintenance of off-grid solar power plant across base locations in Manipur,
Nagaland, Tripura, Mizoram and Assam. The solar powered plants supply electricity to the base stations during
daytime and also provide 4-5 hours of backup during night time. The project was successfully executed despite
challenging weather conditions and mountainous terrain.
The solar power plants have helped the military regiment in reducing their diesel consumption by 40%. All the
plants have been installed under the MNRE subsidy scheme as per the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission
(JNNSM) in India.

Solar Power Systems Installed


in over 39,000 Houses under
the Chief Ministers Green
House Program, Tamil Nadu

Solar Solution for Petrol Pumps


Su-Kam has successfully installed solar solutions at multiple
petrol pumps across India where power from grid was available
for only 8-10 hours in a day and pump owners had to use Diesel
Gensets (DG sets) for power back-up. DG sets have a high fuel
consumption (approx. 1.5 litres per hour) and cause a lot of
noise and air pollution.

Su-Kam has successfully installed solar power systems in over


39,000 houses across 15 districts in Tamil Nadu under the Chief
Ministers Green House program launched by Tamil Nadu Energy
Development Agency (TEDA).

Solar Power Plant for School, Patiala

50 KWp Solar Grid-Tie System at


National Institute of Technical
Teachers Training & Research
(NITTTR), Chandigarh

Su-Kam commissioned the first-of- its- kind solar rooftop


power plant at Shivalik Public School in Patiala, Punjab. This
installation is the first solar grid tied-up project undertaken by
the company in Patiala. The solar power plant is equipped to
handle the complete power load of the school during working
hours reducing the schools dependence on grid power supply to
nearly zero.

50 KWp solar grid-tie system has been installed in the Homi


Bhabha Academic Block at the National Institute of Technical
Teachers Training & Research (NITTTR) in Chandigarh.
The NITTTR building is a 25 year old structure and hence
foundation and module mounting structure was designed on the
dead load concept. This avoided any untoward damage to the
structure of the building or to the water proofing of the roof.

Su-Kam Solarises Health Centers


in Tripura
Su-Kam has enabled many health care centres in Tripura to run
completely on solar energy. Tripura Renewable Energy Development
Agency (TREDA) commissioned Su-Kam to install and maintain 630
KWp off-grid solar systems at 80 primary health care centres (5kWp
each), 13 sub-divisional hospitals (10kWp each) and 4 girls hostel
and district hospitals (25kWp each)
Su-Kam has also installed a 45 KWp capacity Solar power plant in the
Ujjayanta Market Complex, Agartala.
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Solar Power Solutions for


Madhya Pradesh Forest
Department - 900 Locations

Solar 100 KWp Installation for


the Assam State Electricity
Board, Assam

The offices of Madhya Pradesh Forest Department (MPFD) are


located in deep and remote areas of the forest where there is
no grid power available. Solar Power Conditioning Units (PCU)
are the only source of power at these sites that helps them stay
connected to the head office.

Su-Kam commissioned an off-grid solar system for the Assam


State Electricity Boards office in Guwahati. The project was
competed in a record time of 30 days with an installed capacity
of 100 KWp with battery backup.

With the installation of Su-Kams Solar PCU, the MPFD now


has clean and green energy available for their remote offices,
chowkies and range offices thus minimizing damage to the
forest and natural resources. The systems have advanced
remote monitoring features to enable monitoring at one
central server in head office.

The installed solar plant provides an interrupted power supply


to two floors of the building and has brought down the
electricity consumption by 25%.

35 KWp Solar Off-Grid Power Plant at Van Bhavan, Nagpur, Maharashtra


The 35 KWp off-grid standalone system was installed at Van Bhawan (Head office of Forest Department), Nagpur. This
project is a part of the Maharashtra Energy Development Agency. The project is a step forward for converting Nagpur city
into a green city.
The total energy consumption of the building is 80 KWp and 45% of the buildings total requirement is now met by the
Solar plant installed by Su-Kam.
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Solar Power Plants at DMRC Stations, Gurgaon


Su-Kam has been awarded the prestigious project to install solar power plants at 5 stations of DMRC in Gurgaon. Su-Kams
installation team, equipped with advanced tools and safety gear, was able to successfully execute the project in challenging
conditions of sloping roof and was able to meet stringent safety and quality standards of DMRC.

100 KWp Rooftop Solar Power Plant in SBI Academy, Gurgaon


Su-Kam installed and commissioned a 100 KWp solar power plant for the State Bank Academy (Gurukul) - a staff training
institute of The State Bank of India in Gurgaon, Haryana.
The state-of-the art 100 KWp Grid-Tie solar system on the rooftop of the SBA building generates over 1,40,000 units of
electricity per year thereby helping SBA save approximately Rs. 12.6 lacs in electricity expenses annually. The entire system
comprises of one 50 KWp, one 30 KWp and two 10 KWp Grid-Tie String inverters fitted with 400 solar panels of 250 watt
each. The plant also comes with a Remote Monitoring System for preventive maintenance .

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Su-Kam Power Systems Ltd.

Corporate Office : Plot No 54, Udyog Vihar, Phase VI, Sector 37, Gurgaon-122002, Haryana, INDIA
Tel : +91 124 4170500 Fax +91 124 4038700/1/2
Email : solar@su-kam.com Website: www.su-kam.com

Sales Enquiry Helpline No.: 1800-102-7555