Monday, 11 July 2016

All-weather solar cell design generates electricity come rain or shine

A team led by Qunwei Tang is developing solar cells that generate electricity not only from the sun, but also raindrops. 
Numerous research efforts have already demonstrated the potential for graphene to improve the efficiency of solar cells. Now a team of researchers in China has leveraged the remarkable properties of the wonder material to develop a new all-weather solar cell design that is able to generate electricity when current solar cells can't – when it's raining.
Amongst graphene's numerous impressive properties is its conductivity, which allows electrons to flow freely across its surface. When placed in an aqueous solution, this gives the material the ability to bind a pair of positively charged ions with a pair of its negatively charged electrons in what is known as a Lewis acid-base reaction. This property is exploited to remove lead ions and organic dyes from solutions and inspired a team led by Qunwei Tang to develop solar cells that generate electricity not only from the sun, but also raindrops.
Rather than being pure water, raindrops contain various salts that split into positively and negatively charged ions. When the water comes into contact with graphene, the positive ions bind with electrons on the graphene surface. At this point of contact between the water and the graphene, a double-layer of electrons and positively-charged ions forms, creating a pseudocapacitor. The difference in potential between the two layers is large enough to generate a voltage and current.
A new solar panel design leverages the properties of graphene to generate electricity 
from raindrops
Laboratory tests using simulated rainwater proved out this theory. A prototype dye-sensitized solar cell to which a thin film of graphene was applied, was tested with slightly salty water simulating rain. It managed to generate hundreds of microvolts and achieve a solar to electricity conversion efficiency of 6.5 percent. The researchers believe that with further refinement, the process could become efficient enough to produce all-weather solar cells that can generate electricity, whatever the weather.

3D solar towers offer up to 20 times more power output than traditional flat solar panels




Two small-scale versions of three-dimensional photovoltaic arrays that were tested by MIT researchers (Photo: Allegra Boverman) . 

While we’ve looked at the development of solar cell technologies that employ nanoscale 3D structures to trap light and increase the amount of solar energy absorbed, MIT researchers have now used 3D on the macro scale to achieve power output that is up to 20 times greater than traditional fixed flat solar panels with the same base area. The approach developed by the researchers involves extending the solar cells upwards in a three-dimensional tower or cube configuration to enable them to better capture the sun's rays when it is lower on the horizon.

Solar panels placed flat on a rooftop are most effective at harnessing solar energy when the sun is close to directly overhead, but quickly lose their efficiency as the angle of the sun’s rays hitting the panel increases – during the mornings, evenings, in the cooler months and in locations far from the equator. It is exactly in these situations that the researcher’s vertical solar modules provided the biggest boosts in power output.

After exploring a variety of possible 3D configurations using a computer algorithm and testing them under a range of latitudes, seasons and weather with specially developed analytic software, the team built three different individual 3D modules and tested them on the MIT lab building roof for several weeks. The results showed a boost in power output ranging from double to more than 20 times that of fixed flat solar panels with the same base area.




By going vertical and collecting more sunlight when the sun is closer to the horizon, the team’s 3D modules were able to generate a more uniform output over time. This uniformity extended over the course of each day, the seasons of a year, and even when accounting for blockage from clouds and shadows.

The researchers say this increase in uniformity could overcome one of the biggest hurdles facing solar energy – predictability of electricity supply that currently makes it difficult to integrate solar power sources into the grid.

They add that this uniformity, as well as the much higher energy output for a given area, would help offset the increased cost of the 3D modules, which are higher per the amount of energy generated when compared to conventional flat solar panels.

While the team’s computer modeling showed complex shapes – such as a cube with each face dimpled inward – would offer a 10 to 15 percent improvement in power output when compared to a simpler cube, these would be difficult to manufacture. In their rooftop tests, the team studied both simpler cube modules as well as more complex accordion-like shapes that could be shipped flat for unfolding on site.

This accordion-like tower was the tallest structure the team tested and such a design could be installed in a parking lot to provide a charging station for electric vehicles, according to Jeffrey Grossman, the senior author of the study and the Carl Richard Soderberg Career Development Associate Professor of Power Engineering at MIT.

Grossman and his colleagues believe that with the fall in the cost of solar cells in recent years - to the point where they have become less expensive than their supporting structures and the outlay for the land upon which they are placed - makes it an ideal time to examine the benefits of different solar cell configurations.

“Even 10 years ago, this idea wouldn’t have been economically justified because the modules cost so much,” Grossman says. But now, he adds, “the cost for silicon cells is a fraction of the total cost, a trend that will continue downward in the near future.”

Buoyed by the success of the tests on the individual 3D modules, the team now plans to study a collection of solar towers that will enable them to examine the effects that one tower’s shadow will have on another as the sun moves across the sky over the course of a day.



While the team believes its 3D solar cells could offer big advantages in flat-rooftop installations or urban environments where space is limited, they say they could also be used in larger-scale applications, such as solar farms, once a configuration that minimizes the shading effects between towers has been developed.

Monday, 9 May 2016

Lilium Electric jet

         Can't face the drive to the airport? Why not bypass the whole circus and jump in your two-seat, vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) all electric engine jet aircraft? That's the vision for the Lilium Jet, an aircraft currently being developed in Germany under the auspices of the European Space Agency's business incubation centre that boats fly-by-wire joystick controls, retractable landing gear, gull-wing doors, and a claimed to speed of 400Km/h (250mph). The creators claim that this personal e-jet that this personal e-jet could be made available to the public as early as 2018.

          Combining the vertical take-off capabilities of helicopters and the crusing abilities of fixed wing aircraft, the Lilium Jet aims to be significantly quieter than other VTOL vehicle such as helicopters, thanks to its 320 KW (435 hp) rechargeable battery powered ducted fan engines (arranged in a not-too-dissimilar from to that adorning Darpa's X-plane prototype ).

          Designed for recreational flying use during daylight hours, the Lilium Jet should be classed as a Light Sport Aircraft in Europe, with a pilot's license requiring just a minimum of 20 hours training.


          Lilium has an ambitious game plan, with its first manned experimental flight of a full-sized prototype slated for 2017. After that, the company expects to launch a fully-airworthy for flight certification by 2018, in preparation for full-scale production. There's no exact detail on a projected price, but according to Lilium it should be " far less " than similar sized aircraft and with typically lower running costs.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Anantapur civic body to set up 5 mw solar plant

                  In Andhra Pradesh, Anantapur Municipal Corporation (AMC) will be the first ever municipality to produce solar energy in the state. The AMC has been consuming electricity every day for pumping water and operating streetlights and pays an average of Rs 46 lakh towards electricity bills every month.
The solar project is the brainchild of AMC Commissioner K Neelakanta Reddy. During a review meet on the debts to AP Transco, he said that when the entire nation is promoting alternative sources of energy, why can’t AMC try solar energy as Anantapur has a sunny climate. The AMC authorities have chalked out a solar energy project which is ready for implementation.
The proposed project is designed to produce 5 mw from around 25 acres of land near the Pandameru canal area. The entire project is estimated to cost Rs 40 crore excluding site and other requirements, Neelakanta Reddy said, and added that nearly 40,000 solar panels would be installed at the project sites to produce solar energy in the district.
The authorities sought nearly Rs 60 crore for the project, an average of Rs 12 crore for a megawatt. The power produced would be connected to the grid of AP Transco at JNT University on the outskirts of Anantapur.
Simultaneously, the AMC would use the power for water schemes and streetlights covering the entire corporation area. The pipeline drinking water project at Kudair would also be covered under the solar project under an MoU with the AP Transco, sources said.

Anantapur Gets Solar Power Plant

HYDERABAD: Anantapur district is known for arid weather conditions and as one which receives solar radiation of 5.2 kilowatt per square meter per day. It gains significance as the district is one of the few places across India which receives heat radiation of such strength.
The 50 MW solar thermal plant set up by Megha Engineering & Infrastructure Ltd at Nagalapuram village in Anantapur district. | A RADHAKRISHNA
Utilising this natural phenomenon and to promote clean energy solutions, Megha Engineering & Infrastructures Limited (MEIL) established a 50 Mega Watt (MW) solar thermal power plant in the district, which uses concentrated solar power (CSP) technology, one of its first in south India. MEIL established this plant through its unit MEIL Green Power Limited (MGPL).
MGPL was awarded the 50 MW solar thermal power plant as part of Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM). The mission’s target is to deploy 20,000 MW of grid connected solar power by 2022.
The plant, commissioned on Thursday, is spread across 600 acre of Nagalapuram village in Peddavadaguru mandal of Anantapur district and built at a cost of ` 848 crore. The plant is the only one, out of seven, solar thermal power plants located in south India. The six other plants are located in Rajasthan and produces 420 MW put together.
How does it work?
The plant uses a technology which is still in its nascent stages in India.
That is Parabolic Trough Technology, wherein a series of reflective mirrors are designed in the form of parabolic troughs and a thin pipe runs along focal point. Sun energy from the mirror surfaces’ is directed to the thin pipes.
A Heat Transfer Fluid (HTF) runs through the pipe which absorbs the heat energy directed to the pipes and it gets heated up to a temperature of 400 degree Celsius. Upon pumping, the HTF reaches heat exchanger, where the accumulated heat is transferred to water running around the pipes. At the high heat conditions, water is converted to vapour form which rotates the turbines and thus electricity is produced.
Ninety seven per cent of sun light that falls on the mirrors is reflected to the tube. For maximum utilisation of sun’s heat, a devise, Inclinometer, is used to track position of sun. The troughs change their position and face sun accordingly, alike  a sun flower.
50 MW Power and Two States
The 50 MW power generated from the power plant will be finally sent to the National Thermal Power Corporation limited (NTPC) grid. The corporation takes care of distributing the power between AP and Telangana states. “As of now, we are increasing production capacity from 15 MW per hour. And by the end of this month, the plant will produce 50 MW,” said B Uma Maheshwar Reddy, associate vice president (AVP), MEIL. The power generated every day is sent to NTPC and sold at a cost of ` 11.30 per unit.
At full capacity, the power plant will generate 110 million units per annum. About future plans of the company, Uma Maheshwar said that they are aiming to increase the production to 550 million and would choose Anantapur for the power generation.
Usually, Photo Voltaic (PV) technology is used for utilizing solar energy in production of electricity. However, MEIL choose to go for Parabolic Trough Technology as it was costing less compared to the PV technology in 2010. Over the years, as PV technology matured, cost of the technology came down drastically.
“However, in the future cost of this CSP will also come down,” Uma Maheshwar said.

Thursday, 29 November 2012

List of Manufacturers empanelled under Captital Subsidy scheme implemented through NABARD as on 19.10.2012

Ministry of New & Renewable Energy SPV Division *** List of Manufacturers empanelled under Captital Subsidy scheme implemented through NABARD as on 19.10.2012

S.no                                  name of Manufacturer
1)                       Agni Power & Electronics Pvt Ltd, Kolkata
2)                       Ammini Solar Pvt Ltd,Kerala
3)                       Andromeda Energy Technologies Pvt Ltd
4)                       BEL, Banglore
5)                       Emmvee Toughened Glass and Photovoltaics Private Limited,Banglore
6)                       Environ Energy - Tech Service Ltd. ,Kolkata
7)                       Chloride Power Systems & Solutions Limited (Exide Industries Limited),                                                                            Kolkata
8)                       Gautam Polymers Group,New Delhi
9)                       Jain Irrigation System Ltd.,Jalgaon
10)                     Jaiswal Battery Service, Lucknow
11)                     Maharishi Solar Technology Pvt ltd, New Delhi
12)                     Orb energy, Banglore
13)                     REIL, Jaipur
14)                     Ritika Systems Pvt.Ltd.,NOIDA
15)                     Sanarti Incorporated , New Delhi
16)                     SELCO Solar Pvt Ltd., banglore
17)                     Su Solartech Systems (P) Ltd. Chandigarh
18)                     Sun Technics Energy System Pvt Ltd, Karnataka
19)                     SUNSHINE POWER PRODUCTS PVT. LTD
20)                     TATA BP Solar India Limited
21)                     Sun Energy Systems, Anand, Gujarat
22)                     Kirti Solar, Kolkata
23)                     Communications and Systems Engineering Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon
24)                     Hilite Enterprises, Lucknow
25)                     MIC Electronics Ltd. , Hyderabad
26)                     Vimal Electronics, Gandhi Nagar
27)                     Vikram Solar Pvt. Ltd. , Kolkata
28)                     Kotak Urja Pvt ltd., Bangalore
29)                     Sigma Steel & Engineers Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata
30)                     Thrive Energy Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad
31)                     Easy Photovoltech pvt Ltd, Ghaziabad
32)                     SG Enterprises, Ranchi
33)                     Pearl Enterprises, Pune

Note:- This list is applicable for Capital Subsidy Scheme Implemented through NABARD only and has no relevance with any other existing scheme of Off Grid Solar applications. The Beneficiary is free to choose out of these depending upon the price, quality, service etc and is not to be forced by anyone.

List of All India distributers /dealers of manufacturers empanelled under Capital SubsidyScheme implemented through NABARD as on 19.10.2012

1. Agni Power 
2. Ammini Solar Pvt Ltd 
3. Andromeda Energy Pvt Ltd 
4. Bharat Electronics Limited 
5. COMMUNICATIONS & SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PVT LTD. 
6. Emmvee Toughened Glass & Photovoltaics Pvt Limited 
7. Environ Energy Pvt. Ltd 
8. Chloride Power Systems & Solution Ltd.(Exide Industries Ltd.) 
9. Gautam Polymers 
10. HILITE ENTERPRISES 
11. Jaiswal Battery Service 
12. Kirti Solar Ltd. 
13. M/s. MAHARISHI SOLAR TECHNOLOGY PVT. LTD 
14.Kotak Urja Pvt. Ltd. 
15. ORB ENERGY (Dealer Network Details) 
16.Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments Ltd 
17. Ritika Systems Pvt. Ltd. 
18. SANARTI Incorporated 
19. SELCO Solar Light (P) Ltd. 
20.Sigma Steel & Engineering Pvt. Ltd 
21. Su Solartech Systems (P) Ltd., 
22. SUN ENERGY SYSTEMS 
23. Sunshine power products 
24. Conergy Energy Systems (India) Pvt. Ltd 
25. TATA BP Solar Pvt Ltd. 
26. Thrive Energy Technologies Pvt Ltd 
27. Vikram Solar Pvt Ltd 
28. VimalElectronics 
29. Jain Irrigation System Ltd 
30. MIC Electronic Ltd. 
31. Easy Photovoltech Pvt Ltd 
32. S G Eneterprises, Ranchi 
33. Pearl Enterprises 



1. Agni Power
Details of Dealer/Service network
Company Name with Complete : Agni Power & Electronics Pvt. Ltd.
Address and contact details:       10/72 Bijoygarh, Kolkata – 700 092
Contact Person of the company for : Mr. Arup Mahanta, Director
any type of customer grievance related Mob. 9433052445
to dealer with contact details
Details of Dealer/Service network
Sl. No
State
District
Name and Address of Dealer/service center
Contact Person
Mobile Number

1)Assam
Guwahati
Anindya Deb Roy, House No-17,By Lane-6
Shankar Dev Path, Opp-ACA Stadium PO -Binovanagar,Guwahati-781018.Ph-
Mr. Anindya Deb Roy
Mr. Sandeep Chowdhuri
09706010433
09435104084

2)Chhattisgarh
Raipur
C-93,94 Pramila Griha Nirman Samity, VIP Estate, Raipur – 492 007
Mr. Rupesh Saha
07712282461
Jagdalpur
1no. Vergeous Colony, Dharampura Road, Jagdalpur
Mr. Ramprasad Hazra
09424242050
Bhilai
House no.122/2, Ward No.7, Bhatapara, Kohka, Bhilai, Durg
Mr. Ram Yadav
09301321460
Mahasamund
Station Road, Mahasamund
Mr. Bibekananda Mandal
09755819408
Sarguja
M/s Durgesh Solar, Ambikapur, Sarguja
Mr. Raju Gupta
09425582443

3)Delhi
Delhi
M/s Suryadhan Power Solutions Pvt. Ltd., C-26, Middle Circle, Counaught Place, New Delhi – 110 001
Mr. Ajay Anand
09910795669

4)Jharkhand
Ranchi
Ekolite Ventures, House no.72, Rameshwaram, Dutta villa compound, Morabadi New area, Ranchi
Mr. Shamik Sengupta
08083760744

5)Manipur
Imphal
H.P.Sales, New Checkon, Imphal East – 795 005
Mr. Pankaj Jain
09402882601

6)Mizoram
Aizawl
House No. K/B-16, Opposite Edenthar MVI Office, Aizawl – 792 012
Mr. Laldinthara
09612824342

7)Orissa
Bhubaneswar
Gayatri Engineering Construction & Consultancy Pvt. Ltd., 17/17/2379 Kapileswar Canal Road, Sriramnagar, Bhubaneswar
Mr. Prasant Panigrahi
09861065762
Cuttack
Behera Commercials, Gandhi Market, Baripada
Mr. Bachan Behera
09437086645

8)Tripura
Agartala
M/s Shikha Enterprise, B.K.Road in Bhuturia Cold Store, Agartala, West Tripura.
Mr. Narayan Dey
09436139806

9)West Bengal
Bankura
Mr. Pranab Karmakar, Doltala, Behind Karmakar Soloana Durgamela, Bankura, Pin - 722101
Mr. Pranab Karmakar
09851391093
Howrah
Bhunia Solar Agency, Shyampur, Howrah
Mr. Shibnath Bhunia
09732744305
Jalpaiguri
Mr. Kanchan Kundu, Master Qtr. Para, Dhupguri – 735 210
Mr. Kanchan Kundu
09932693624
North 24 Parganas
Mr. Harendranath Mandal, Jogeshgunj, Hingalgunj
Mr. Harendranath Mandal
09933159097
Purba Midnapore
Mr. Debdas Maity, Gopalpur, Gopalchak, Ramnagar
Mr. Debdas Maity
09932902880
Mr. Prabir Adak, Jantai, Marisda
Mr. Prabir Adak
03220250813
Paschim Midnapore
Mr. Puspen Paira, Borai Bazar, Mohonpur
Mr. Puspen Paira
09474714437
Purulia
Mr. Arun Mahato, G.P.Sindri, Baghmundi
Mr. Arun Mahato
09732150583
9474722516
South 24 Parganas
Mr. Partho Tripathi, Jata, Baradanagar, Raidighi
Mr. Partho Tripathi
09732733031
Mr. Shakti Jana, Mrityunjoynagar, Sagar
Mr. Shakti Jana
09933372646
Mr. Prasanta Raut, Brajaballavpur, Pathar Pratima
Mr. Prasanta Raut
09732922574
Mr. Bablu Jamadar, Purba Radhanagar, Gosaba
Mr. Bablu Jamadar
09732689938

2. Ammini Solar Pvt Ltd
Company Name with Complete Address and contact details:
Ammini Solar Pvt Ltd
Plot No. 33-37, KINFRA Small Industries Park
St. Xavier’s College Post
Trivandrum 695 586, Kerala
Ph : 0471-3060200,
Fax : 0471-3060201
Email : solar@ammini.com
Web : www.ammini.com
Toll Free (Within Kerala) : 1800 300 00 600
Contact Person of the company for any type of customer
Mr. Rajesh, Customer Executive
Ph: 0471-3060200
Mr R S Byjuraj, General Manager byjuraj@ammini.in
Mr. KG Madhu, Managing Director madhu@ammini.in
Grievance related to dealer with contact details
Mr R S Byjuraj, General Manager byjuraj@ammini.in
Ph: 0471-3060260
Details of Dealer/Service network
List Given below
S. No
State
District
Name and Address of Dealer/service center
Contact Person
Mobile Number
1)Kerala
Ernakulum
Unique Enterprises
Aramana Complex Muvattupuzha-686661
Shabu
0485-2833945 9447606683

2)Kerala
Ernakulam
Aditya Solar Shop
First Floor, North Squire
Near Town Hall
Ernakulam-18
Aji
0484-2395528 9447018682

3)Kerala
Idukki
Ale Electronics
Adamstar Complex
Thodupuzha-685584
Prof. John Abraham
0486-2223122 9447203060

4)Kerala
Kannur
Deltek Solar systems
Near Classic Theatre,
Pookoth Nada
Thalipparambu
Hari
04982-209595 94473-54983

5)Kerala
Kannur
Max Enterprises
City Building
Main Road,
Payyannur-670307
Geetha
04985-202101 9349542101

6)Kerala
Kasargode
Power Pack Electronics
Arafa Shopping Complex
Mulleria-671 543
Vijayakumar
04994-261278 9447526378

7)Kerala
Kollam
Suryakiran Energy Systems
PP II/ 292, (XV/377)
Piravanthoor P.O
Ratnakaran
94466 00630
Pathanapuram-689696

8)Kerala
Kottayam
Components and services
Kurisumkal
Kanjirappalli-686507
George
04828-203856 9446202250

9)Kerala
Kottayam
Muttath Agencies
Chamampathal Post
Vazhur-686517
Raju
0481-2456465 94471-54485

10)Kerala
Malappuram
ESH Solar(OMEGA)
Edakkara,
Nilambur-679331
Hamsa
04931-275378 9846631542

11)Kerala
Malappuram
Lazim Solar Shoppe
Kizhakkethil Complex
Ooty Road
Perinthalmana-679322
Muhammed Yunus
04933-223763 9847014714

12)Kerala
Malappuram
Suraj Energy Systems Ltd
19/237, Calicut Road
Near Jubilee Junction
Perinthalmanna-679322
Govindan kutty
04933-220208 9388010954

13)Kerala
Pathanamthitta
Almana Trading Co.
Near Pvt bus stand
Pathanamthitta-689645
Ahmed TT
0468 2222531 9447022531

14)Kerala
Wyanad
Elite solar shop
oppo: municipal bus stand
kalpatta
Justine M M
9895376538

15)Kerala
Malappuram
Solar Tech
Oppo. Govt L P School
Thazhe Chadakkunnu,
Nilambur-679342
Anwar Sadath
9447268435

16)Kerala
Pathanamthitta
Nelli Traders
M C Road
Perumthuruthy
Thiruvalla
Pathanamthitta-689107
Kuruvilla N Varghese
0469-2645221 9645832875

17)Kerala
Alappuzha
Somson Power Corporation
Ambalavelil Building
Kallissery P O
Chengannur-689124
Binu Mon
09349478277

18)Kerala
Malappuram
Solar Mart
Melakkam
Manjeri
Malappuram-676123
09447700714

19)Kerala
Ernakulam
Elmate Electronics
1St Floor
Kallungal Building
Asokapuram
Aluva-1
Sajeev Menon
09746475666

20)Kerala
Trivandrum
Morgan Technologies
PP VIII/797
Neduvanvila
Parassala
Trivandrum-695502
Aji Kumar
09895606286

21)Kerala
Pathanamthitta
Lightek
Thazhe Chandakkunnu (P O)
Adoor
Sreejith E K
09447334198

22)Kerala
Thrissur
Geo Enterprises
9/156C,
Near St. Joseph Chapel
Eranallur Post
Kechery-680501
Geo P J
09633852066

23)Kerala
Ernakulam
Furbo Securities
XXVII/3202-C, 2nd Floor
Kunnelakkat Building
Kizhavana Road
Thevara-682015
Sarath Wilson
09744481887

24)Kerala
Alappuzha
Padma Solar
Puthunal Nikarth House CMC-5
Nedumbrakkadu
Cherthala -688524
Anandan
0478 2811675

25)Kerala
Trivandrum
C Tek
Mosque Building
Shop No-4
Venjaramoodu -695607
Pradeep
09349005152

26)Kerala
Wyanad
Dream Solar Energy Mart
Ayyappa Complex
By Pass Junction
Kalpatta-673121
Muralidharan P
09656088186

27)Kerala
Thrissur
Solar House
Lulu Complex
XVI/401C
Chettiparambu
Iringalakkuda-680121
Abin Mathew
09846023309

28)Kerala
Alappuzha
Roshan Solar
Roshan’s Tower
Mahadeva Temple Kizhakkenada Road
Opp. Govt JBS School
Chengannur-689121
P M Mathew
8943479343

29)Kerala
Ernakulam
C Trax
Adam Plaza
North Paravur
Ernakulam-683513
Joby Jacob
9847161091

30)Kerala
Kollam
Omega Enterprises
Valliyath Building
Pulliman Junction
Karunagappalli
Sree Kumar
9447438979

31)Tamil Nadu
Chennai
Sunil Trading Co.
49, 1st floor,
Ellis Road,
Pradeep Kumar
04651 270453 9488425273
10 | P a g e
Mount Road
Chennai-600002

32)Tamil Nadu
Kanyakumari
Oliver & Rolands (India) CO.
29/13-B,
North Street
Marthandam-629 165
Robin
0422-6540884 94434-11904

33)Tamil Nadu
Salem
Win Solar Industry
3/18A,
Siddhar Kovil Main Road
Near Muthu Kalyanamandapam,
Sivadhapuram-636 307
Valarmathi
09443363540

34)Tamil Nadu
Coimbatore
Vesat Solar Products
#21/1, East TV Samy Road
R.S. Puram
Venkitesh
9842789389

35)Tamil Nadu
Dindugal
Manoj Manufactures
40, Albert Agam
Thirunagar, Palani
Guna
044-64571612 9381018549

36)Tamil Nadu
Chennai
Rekha Enterprises
No 7, Sivanandam Colony
Korattoor
Mr. Dhanabalan Mahalingam
9994309696

37)Tamil Nadu
Vellore
Agni Power Systems
236, EB Compund
Pudupet Road
Thirupattur-635601
Sathya Moorthi
0451-2423960 09442029670

38)Tamil Nadu
Dindigal
Adithya Solar Shop
15-guruswami Pillai Lane
North Car Street
Dindugal-624001
Joseph M
9344118252 9360772644

39)Tamil Nadu
Madurai
Alter Energy Systems
1-A, New Natham Road
Madurai-625002
Siva Kumar
9367730834

40)Tamil Nadu
Kancheepuram
Blessing Enterprises
No-H 68, Pallavan Nagar
Kancheepuram-631501
Nagasubramanian
0431-2685247 9842499626

41)Tamil Nadu
Trichy
Sun Energy
No-3, A K Building
9-A Cross East
Thillai Nagar-620101
K. Paranthaman
9965517945

42)Tamil Nadu
Salem
Annai Solar Systems & Fabricators
No-19/82 G
Ramalingam Madalayam Street
Gugai -636006
R S Senthil Kumar
9842094568

43)Tamil Nadu
Salem
MDS Power System
82/48,
Thirunavakkarasu Street
Kitchi Palayam-636015
Manivarnan
9842651536

44)Tamil Nadu
Erode
Balu Auto Electrical Works
No 131A, Kovai Main Road
Bala
9842651536
11 | P a g e
Perundurai-638052
Sundaram

45)Tamil Nadu
Viluppuram
Chandra Electrical & Agencies
17/9,
Pidari Amman Kovil Street
Near Balaji Theatre
NGGO Nagar,
Tirukovilur-605757
Purushothaman
9842361455

46)Tamil Nadu
Coimbatore
DMW Photonic Systems I Pvt Ltd
32-D, Thiru-Vika Road
Karunanidhi Nagar
Sowripalayam-641028
K. Subramanian
9840157635

47)Tamil Nadu
Salem
Surya Powers
168, K Prakasam Nagar (Avenue-1)
Ayyanthirumaligai
Salem Town (North)-636008
Deepa Jayakumar
9442307384

48)Tamil Nadu
Thirunelveli
Sunsol Techk
736, Gomathi Nagar West
Suthamalli
Kiramangalam P.O-627010
Karthikeyan
9443981087

49)Tamil Nadu
Theni
Senthil Andavar Traders
55/3, Near Indira Colony
Annaji P O-625531
A Ramu
9486258573

50)Tamil Nadu
Erode
RPV Solar Systems
L-330, Periyar Nagar
Erode-638009
Ramesh Babu
9894643370

51)Tamil Nadu
Tirupur
RMS Ambal Batteries
487/485, Near Poombuhar N
Near UCO Bank
Palladam Main Road-641604
Sakkaravarthy
9842705097

52)Tamil Nadu
Trichy
Navamani Electricals
No-57, West Bouleward Road
Trichy-620008
Namassivayam
9842429088

53)Tamil Nadu
Thanjavur
Sri Vinayaka Traders
No.1, Chitra Nagar
Pudukkottai Road-613005
B Vinodha
9843908893

54)Tamil Nadu
Coimbatore
Dev International
15, Dr Thottam
Valiyampalayam
Kalapatti-641035
Guna
09659966180

55)Tamil Nadu
Thoothukudi
Sonal Solar
170A. Victoria Street
Thoothukkudi-628001
A M Manoharan
9786498594

56)Tamil Nadu
Chennai
M/S HITECH Power Solutions
No: 1, Karunya Nagar Street
Maruthiram Nagar
Ayapakkam-600077
N K Saravanan
9094936998

57)Andra Pradesh
Hyderabad
M.V Electronics
Plot No.85
P&T Colony
Behind Apollo Hospital
Kharkhana -500009
Sharma
040-40068547 9441243044

58)Andra Pradesh
Krishna
Solar Innovations
NO. 27-6-96
Prakasam Road
Governorpet-520002
Sachiesh Babu
9441194475 0866-2570579

59)Bihar
Saharsa
Rishu Enterprises
Purab Bazar Saharsa-852201
J.N Choudhary Gopal
6478 227600 9431254799

60)Bihar
Patna
Dudwa Power Industries
Sinha Compound Oppo Hotel President Sinha Liberty Road
Anoop Agarwal
9334037811 9661113535

61)Bihar
Madhubani
J P Electronics
Main Road Bhelwa Chock
Jay Nagar
West Of Water Ways Chock
Madhubani-847226
Jay Prakash Singh
9934963842

62)Chattisgarh
Raipur
Cosmo Products
Devpuri
Dhamtari Road
Raipur-492015
U P Ojha\ Vivek
771-6541242 9425507203

63)New Delhi
Dwarka
Mass Solar Technologies
239, Pocket-I
Sector-22
Dwaraka-110077
Jose George
9811051017

64)Goa
South Goa
Sai Solar
Shop No. 4
San Dominga Appt
Fatorda-403602
Shivanand R Shirodkar
0832 2743790 2835-222223 09890641373 9822102290

65)Gujarat
Vadodara
Shree Duttatray Sales Corp
Near Dashalad Wadi
Lakkadpitha,
Char Rasta Road-390001
Mitali
09825303701

66)Gujarat
Rajkot
Energy Options Incorporation
216,Krishna Con Arch-2,
Tagore Road-360002
Bhavesh Bhimani
0281 2468410

67)Gujarat
Ahmedabad
Sunpower Renewables Pvt Ltd
102, Abhijeet-1,
Mithakali Rd
Near Law Garde,
Ellise Bridge-380006
Snehal Sharma
079-66310640 09824119581

68)Gujarat
Vadodara
Bright Powers
A-2, Jagannath Puram Society
A-2, Gorwa Refinary Road
Behind Panchvadi Jakathnaka
Gorwa-390016
Manvinder Singh
9978855777

69)Gujarat
Bhavnagar
Harsh Communication
S-5< Keshav Complex Near Madhav Darshan Bhavnagar-364001
Chintan Pathak
09327323435

70)Haryana
Sonepat
Srikrishna Electronics
Pranav Plaza,Gohana Road, Chotu ram chock Near P.N.B.Bank-131001
Raju
9671990004 9671990003 0130-6540654

71)Karnataka
Bangalore
Green Energy Solar
17/18,
Hanumanthappa Building Uttarahalli Kengari Main Road
Ambaresh
9632228011

72)Karnataka
Mysore
Sunday Solar Solutions
A/4, Gokulam Main Road
Jayalakshmipuram
Harish Raj
0821-2416792 98452-49948

73)Karnataka
Gokak
Surya Enterprises
B.D.S Complex Mayur School Road Gokak-591307
J.G.Suryavanshi
8332 229050

74)Karnataka
Mysore
Krishna Solar Services Consultancy
No:11, Mettagalli layout
KRS Road, Mysore-570016
K N Krishnan

821 2582665