Denso Haryana Pvt. Ltd., Gurugram, Haryana

Case Study


Denso Haryana Pvt.Ltd.


75kW Rooftop Solar PV Plant


Gurugram, Haryana

Module Type

Polycrystalline- 310 Wp

Technical Specifications

Rated System Power


Number of Modules



Solar Grid Connected Inverter (2 nos.)


Latitude: 28.364021 N
Longitude: 76.929845 E

Annual Energy Yield

0.106 million unit (approx)

CO2 savings per Annum (approx.)

93.1 metric tonnes

Project USP

Denso Corporation is a global automotive components manufacturer and a Fortune 500 company. About 25% of the company is owned by Toyota Motor and Denso ranks as the second largest auto parts supplier in the world. As of 2016, Denso Corporation consisted of about 189 subsidiaries (63 in Japan, 34 in the Americas, 34 in Europe and 58 in Asia/Oceania) with a total of 151,775 employees.

Challenges & Solutions

For the Module Mounting Structure (MMS) for Denso, they wanted a very strict regime to be maintained concerning safety issues, quality control and housekeeping
In order to fix the MMS Denso wanted only ‘HILTI-make drill bits’ with the involvement of HILTI personnel for the drilling. The Vikram Solar rooftop engineering team was deployed to work in tandem with the HILTI personnels and the project was completed successfully


The solar PV system is expected to reduce CO2 emissions to the tune of 93.1 metric tonnes annually

The cost savings per unit from the system is about K2
Average life cycle of a solar PV system is 25 years and the payback period for this system is 5 years and 6 months