Waaree Energies’ launches Pronto, a do-it-yourself rooftop solar kit


Waaree Energies Ltd, one of India’s largest solar panel manufacturers, recently launched the first of its kind do-it-yourself solar kit – Pronto. the company believes that this product is set to transform the renewable energy sector in the country by making clean energy accessible to all.

According to Waaree, the unique product not only saves time, but also requires comparatively less manpower. Pronto is available in the range of 1-5 KW, and requires only two people and 30 minutes to be installed. It comes with a patented rooftop non-penetrating racking system, with a focus on a design that embodies simplicity and is sturdy to withstand any weather.

Adding to that, with a solar PV based power generating system, Pronto can deliver at least 30% savings on electricity bills. It also provides, by bypassing numerous sourcing and logistics steps, the same cost benefits as large rooftop solar systems. In addition, since it can be used for any net-metering based application, consumers can get credits for excess generation gains.

The company also mentioned that with state of the art technology, Pronto is also beneficial for small-scale industries. With the solar kits, all critical components like solar modules, solar inverter, and structure are included and backed by warranty.

On the launch, Sunil Rathi, Director, Waaree Energies said, “Pronto is a result of the continued commitment of Waaree to make renewable energy accessible across the country. It brings together the best in technology and innovation, to a product that can be used across residential, industrial and commercial sectors.  We hope Pronto marks the beginning of a new chapter and encourages people across demographics to opt for green energy.”

Moreover, with an optimum design for maximum power generation, the product also comes with an inverter with latest MPPT technology with remote monitoring and is available in both single phase and 3 phase inverters.

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