Since 2010, Vikram Solar has undertaken over 200* rooftop solar projects at over 500 sites, and continuously ranks amongst the top three Rooftop Installers in India. Our projects spread across India and our wide-ranged EPC experience in building solar plants in difficult terrains, high altitudes, and coastal areas is testimony to our prowess in the domain.
Our involvement ranges from concept, engineering, execution and commissioning, to operations and maintenance of completed solar array systems. Our dedicated teams work in strong cohesion to deliver customized solutions to our customers keeping a delivery focussed approach and excellence as the crux of our initiative.
How does rooftop solar work?
How rooftop solar can make you money?
With solar on your roof, your power bills will be massively reduced because you will need less electricity from the grid. The cost of electricity from the grid is expected to rise in the coming years, so your cost savings should also rise! And with a linear power warranty of 27 years, you can expect long-term cost savings from avoiding the cost of expensive electricity from the grid.
Furthermore, when your system is producing more electricity than you are using, you can sell the excess power into the grid. Given that prices are expected to rise, you can also forecast that you will receive increasing income from this ingenious investment!
- Proven track record of installed rooftop solar capacity in India is more than 32 MW*
- Under Commissioning rooftop capacity is more than 30 MW*
- Installed & commissioned projects in Educational Institutions, FMCG organisations, Govt. buildings, Airports, Railway Stations, Temples, and many more
- 1st company to build Solar PV rooftop array on world’s first 100% solar powered airport- Cochin International Airport
- Commissioned India’s then largest airport rooftop installation in Kolkata-2 MW at NSCBIA (Kolkata Airport, WB)
- Presence in 26 states across India
Business Models we offer
This is the most common business model for solar deployment in India. In this model the consumer purchases the solar system, by making 100% of the payment upfront or financing the system, often through a bank.
Power Purchase Agreement
(Under Net Metering)
Here the RESCO developer invests in solar rooftop asset, and sells the generated power to the building owner in favour of a lower solar power tariff. The excess power could be sold by the building owner to the utility through net metering system.