Suntuity RE India, promotes environmental benefits of solar

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Suntuity Renewable Energy India Aimed at promoting Green Energy, Suntuity Renewable Energy India will promote environmentally beneficial solar projects that reduce dependence on electricity and achieve energy independence. It assists in lowering electricity bills, and in achieving a reduced carbon footprint.

Commenting on the occasion Imaan Javan, Director – Suntuity Renewable Energy India said, “At Suntuity, we believe in doing our bit to promote environmental consciousness, energy efficiency and a green eco-system. Our solutions cater to assist reducing carbon footprint and help in a clean way of life. We have deployed many installations across the world, and it’s a great feeling to know that we play a part in moulding young minds towards energy conservation with this project. We owe our existence to Mother Earth and it’s our duty and privilege to save and protect it.  Sustainable and renewable energy is the future.”

Globally, the company has installed over 250 MW of solar PV since its formation in 2008. Suntuity installs over 4,000 residential solar systems every year in the US. The Suntuity Group is currently working on delivering microgrid solutions in Southeast Asia and the Caribbean that operate autonomously from the utility grid.

With the aim of promoting Green Energy in India, Suntuity REI has undertaken environmentally beneficial solar projects that reduce dependence on electricity and achieve energy independence along with lowering electricity bills and achieving a reduced carbon footprint.

Recently Suntuity Renewable Energy India announces its latest roof-top project. This 103 kW rooftop solar project at Blossom High School, is the largest solar-powered rooftop on any educational institution in South Mumbai. Aimed at promoting Green Energy, Suntuity Renewable Energy India will promote environmentally beneficial solar projects that reduce dependence on electricity and achieve energy independence. It assists in lowering electricity bills, and in achieving a reduced carbon footprint.