According to reports, power solutions provider Su-Kam on Tuesday said it has signed a preliminary agreement with Tata Power Delhi Distribution to offer its subscribers exclusive rates for rooftop solar power plant installations.
“Su-Kam Power Systems Limited and Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TDPPL) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), under which subscribers and employees of TDPPL can avail exclusive discounts on Su-Kam’s Solar PV modules, roof top solar systems and other solar power back up solutions,” the company said in a statement.
TDPPL is a Tata Power and Government of Delhi joint venture company, which distributes electricity in North and North West Delhi.
The move aims at reaching out to 14 lakh customers of TPDDL in Delhi, the statement said.
Speaking on this strategic alliance, Dhananjay Sharma, GM-Solar Business, Su-Kam said, “We are happy to partner with TPDDL, as through this initiative we shall be able to reach out to a wide customer base of over 14 lakh customers in North and North West Delhi.”
Apart from Solar Products for domestic usage, Su-Kam provides customized solar power solutions for educational institutions, petrol pumps, hospitals, industries, defence barracks, government buildings, etc.
Some of the projects in India have been undertaken for Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency, Assam State Electricity board, Madhya Pradesh Forest Department, Loyola College of Chennai, Ashok Leyland, Assam Rifles, etc.
The company has also undertaken a number of solar projects in Afghanistan, Nigeria, Malawi, Gabon, etc.