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About Us

Sustainable India℠ is a social enterprise founded to promote consumer awareness about clean energy resources such as sunlight and wind in India.

At present Sustainable India℠ operates in Pune, MaharArgo Solarashtra.

Sustainable India℠ also provides a one stop platform to support local Clean Energy product and consultancy requirements of consumers by listing nearest Clean Energy Businesses.

Sustainable India Values – NBASICS

Setting high standards of ethical conduct is of fundamental importance to Sustainable India’s objectives.

We believe our core NBASICS values will be the pillars of strength in pursuit of our vision to bring energy independence to India.

Neutral Approach

To ensure our research and recommendations are based on fair and objective analysis without regard to any coercion.

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To strive relentlessly to improve quality of our services to the best of our ability and resources.

Awareness & Knowledge

To gather and spread awareness about relevanttechnological and economic progress around the world and encourage knowledge collaborations.

Societally Responsible

To be societally responsible by giving highest importance and respect to human dignity, autonomy and privacy regardless of age, religion, caste, gender, appearance, physical disability, race or nationality.

Integrity

To be honest, forthright and sincere in all our dealings, ensuring compliance of eVitronicsvery applicable legal and regulatory obligation.

Consumer Focus

To help consumers in making informed decisions by communicating information needs of consumers in clear, fair and not misleading manner.

Science & Technology

To promote scientific temper, rational thoughts and support Research & Development in the area of ecologically Sustainable Development.

 

Why Go Solar

India is an energy deficient country and to meet its increasing energy demands, depends predominantly on greenhouse gas emitting thermal power plants thatruns on coal and imported fuel.

Solar Energy is an important energy resource in India with the potential to increase the security of India’s energy supply.

India can generate potentially 1,900 billion kWh of Solar Energy every year. As per estimates, this much of energy is enough for overall energy requirement and consumption in the country even in 2030.

Reasons for going Solar:

1] Everlasting energy source with one-time investment.

2] Rise in Power Tariffsapplied by Electricity Distribution Companies.

3] Ecologically sustainablepower generation.

4] Easy to implement small scale projects.

5] High radiation intensity in Indiadue to tropical latitude.

6] Availability in Remote areasas standalone system.

7] Faster Return of Investment due to drop inprices of solar PV modules.

8] Attractive Government incentives including subsidies, accelerated depreciation, tax benefits and loans for solar power generation.

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Through Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM), Government of India has set an ambitious target of deploying 20,000 MW of grid connected solar power by 2022 and providing various incentives and duty concessions for both manufacturers and users of solar products. Solar Rooftop Feasibility Calculator (SPIN-MNRE).

Following the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE)’s guidelines, a number of states are also pursuing solar energy development aggressively and have come out with their incentives in State Solar Policies.

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Solar Energy can be harnessed in mainlytwoways:

  1. Solar Thermal: By using the solar energy in its original form as thermal energy for heating purpose.
  2. Solar PV: By converting solar electromagnetic radiation into electrical energy with the help of semiconductor technology.

Types of SolarPower GenerationSystems:

Grid-connected system Off-Grid system
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  • Grid-connected system– Connected to the electricity grid(Solar parks, Rooftop solar projects, Canal top projects, etc.).
  • Off-Grid system– Standalone or decentralized systems not connected to the electricity grid (Village electrification and mini-grids, Solar powered telecom towers, Solar driven machinery in Small & Medium-sized Enterprises (SME), street lights, Solar pumps, Solar heating/cooling,Solar lanterns, Mobile chargers, etc.).

Net Metering:

Net metering is a billing mechanism that credits Grid-ConnectedSolar PV system owners for the electricity they add to the electricity grid.

In states like Maharashtra, where net metering is available, if a customer has a PV systeNew Picture (3)m on the rooftop, it may generate more electricity than he uses during daylight hours.

This excess energy if fed into the grid will earn him a predetermined credit under Net metering facility as per terms of Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with local Electricity Distribution Company.

Return of Investments

The cost of installation depends on various parameters like type of system (off-grid / hybrid / grid connected), size and features of inverter, rating of panels, battery capacity, site conditions, cabling requirement etc. The return on investment in terms of payback starts from as low as 3 years depending on local utility tariff, eligibility of depreciation benefit and type of system.

In case of grid connected systems in States where Net Metering facility is available, coordination with local Electricity Distribution Company will be necessary for approval and installation of bi-directional meters. The cost of a grid connected system is generally lower compared to off-grid system because of elimination of batteries.