MYSUN Commissions 397kW and 104kW Rooftop Solar Projects in Rajasthan

MYSUN has expanded its operations in Rajasthan with notable commissioning of two solar projects: a 104 kW project for a marbles and granite flooring provider; and a 397 kW project for a large polybag maker and with a pipeline of under development projects to more than 10MW.

MYSUN has expanded its operations in Rajasthan with notable commissioning of two solar projects: a 104 kW project for a marbles and granite flooring provider; and a 397 kW project for a large polybag maker and with a pipeline of under development projects to more than 10MW.

MYSUN is vastly expanding its presence in Rajasthan with cities like, Chittorgarh, Bhilwara, Udaipur, Jodhpur and Jaipur becoming local hubs. Through a dedicated team of sales, marketing, operations, installation and services personnel, the company has set up core operational units across multiple cities in Rajasthan, with an aim to build a strong network of commercial and industrial clients.

Commenting on the feat, Gagan Vermani, Founder and CEO, MYSUN said, “We are glad to have expanded our operations in Rajasthan. The state has a high grid tariff and a large industrial base which runs a hefty electricity bill month after month. Our customised solar energy solutions and pioneering maintenance and financial services are designed to suit the local industry here.”

Chittor Polyfab, a manufacturing industry is amongst the first customers of MYSUN in the state. Elaborating on the journey towards solarisation, Anil Palod, Director at Chittor Polyfab added, “Being a start to finish product manufacturing set-up, our power consumption is naturally a big expense. This 397 kWp solar system on our dome-shaped industrial roof has been set up by MYSUN with very high standards of roof safety and optimum space utilization. The project was commissioned in time and we have already started seeing the savings in lacs on our monthly energy bills.”

MYSUN’s rooftop solar offerings have optimized power consumption for its clients, reducing the average monthly costs on electricity bills by up to 90% in certain cases. The platform aims to keep up with this trend in Rajasthan and has initially focused its operations on serving commercial and industrial enterprises in the state operating within the consumption range of 50 kW-2MW.