SunAlpha Energy to solarise Flair Group’s manufacturing plant in Daman

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Rajasthan-based EPC provider SunAlpha Energy has partnered with Mumbai-based Flair Writing Industries Limited, India’s leading manufacturer and exporter of writing instruments, to solarise Flair’s manufacturing plant located at Daman.

In this rooftop solar project, which uses a 150 KW system, SunAlpha will use its specialised PV system integration capabilities and modules from RenewSys. The plant will cover an area of 20,000 square feet and generate 210,000 units of electricity per annum meeting initial 5% of the requirement.

SunAlpha’s scope of work includes design, supply, implementation and maintenance of solar installations for the manufacturing plant.

“SunAlpha is extremely proud to partner with Flair Group and will contribute to their vision of superior manufacturing levels. We are one of the few industry players ideally positioned to grow in this market scenario and we are focusing on ramping up operations and swiftly increasing deployment,” said SunAlpha Energy Group co-founder and director Puneet Goyal.

In November last year, with a view to make the adoption of solar power easier on the pocket for homes and small businesses, SunAlpha Energy launched Easy EMI (equated monthly instalment) financing facility for rooftop solar power plants.

The company aims to enable 1000 homes and businesses with rooftop plants during the initial phase of this scheme.

Under the scheme, SunAlpha’s clients have a choice of 12, 18, 24 and 36 months EMI for the financing facility.

SunAlpha Energy provides turnkey EPC services along with comprehensive maintenance to commercial & industrial as well as residential consumers across India and abroad. With offices in Jaipur, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Ahmedabad and Singapore, it has over 200 customers, spread across 12 states and across diversified sectors such as mining, marble, steel, plastic, universities, hospitals, schools and residences. A few of SunAlpha’s big customers include Novotel, Jindal Poly, Emami Group, Salarpuria Group and Simplex Infra.