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Su-Kam's aims to transform million lives through Solar Power

ANI  |  New Delhi 

A recent documentary released by Su-Kam highlights the massive work-undertaken to solarize the remotest villages of the country.

Su-Kam Power Systems Limited, India's leading power back up solutions provider is transforming the lives of countless people in the remotest villages of the country by providing electricity through solar energy.

The thought provoking documentary showcases how in an era of growing energy needs and rising concerns about the environment, Su-Kam is offering end-to-end solar solution to people in even the remotest parts of

The future of millions of people living in rural regions such as Patewara in is bleak without electricity. The people in these regions depend on the sun during the day time and candles at night. The dearth of electricity is affecting their education system and the day-to-day lives of these people.

However, with Su-Kam's Solar installations, many Indian villages have been successfully illuminated. Su-Kam has provided electricity to the poorest of the poor living in remote villages where electricity grid is either absent or unreliable. The documentary emphasizes on the importance of Solar plants and its ability to transform lives.

"In today's energy hungry nation, electricity is still a distant dream for millions. However, our initiative has empowered people to generate their own electricity by utilising sun's energy through solar power roof top installation" said Kunwer Sachdev, MD, Su-Kam.

"Su-Kam, the hub of innovation has successfully set up large scale and cost effective projects in 40, 000 households across 19 districts in rural Uttar Pradesh," Schdev added.

He further added that Tripura Hospitals that earlier even delivered babies in candlelight, today with the advent of solar power, are better prepared and properly quipped for any medical emergency. More than 90 hospitals in this region have been equipped with Solar panels ensuring round-the-clock power for patients.

The documentary directed by Theka highlights the tremendous efforts by Su-Kam to bring electricity to different regions across the nation. Farmers, who were totally dependent on candles, who could not afford kerosene lamps, today use submersible pumps in fields, to enhance their yield.

Children who used to halt their study at night today find it easy to study under bright light illuminated by Solar Plant. With government progressively promoting Solar, the concept is more likely to spread its wings across the nation. Su-Kam has always been at the forefront of the solar revolution that is sweeping the nation. The organization is committed towards embracing innovation in technology to provide state-of-the-art products and services.

First Published: Tue, December 08 2015. 18:19 IST