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Are you looking to get energy security for your company through reduction in the use of diesel, furnace oil, LPG and costly grid power?

EAI can do a feasibility study for the use of solar PV & thermal, biomass for heat and power, waste heat recovery and energy efficiency to dramatically cut down fossil fuel use and reduce your energy bills. See EAI’s SURE-FIRE offering for more.

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 For many industrial and commercial sector, the cost of energy (especially power) is a significant portion of their operating costs.

It is thus of increasing concern to many of these establishments that the cost of grid power has been increasing all the time.

In many states, the final cost of grid power (without accounting for power purchases from energy exchanges), is in the range of Rs 6.2-6.5 for industrial consumers and close to Rs 7.5 for commercial establishments. And mind you, this cost does not include the cost incurred in the use of diesel genset for power generation.

As if the above are not enough, there is enough evidence to suggest that these costs could increase significantly over the next 2-3 years.

What are the various options and avenues available with the Indian industry to bring the cost of power under control?

One of the most sustainable options will be to go for what else, sustainable power sources, especially, solar and/or wind power.

This blog will discuss these. I also welcome your views and opinions on the same – please send your thoughts to narsi at eai.in

Interested in understanding further how to use rooftop solar to reduce diesel based power for your company?

EAI has a dedicated division SURE-FIRE that can provide a blueprint for using rooftop solar and other sustainable/renewable energy resources to reduce your furnace oil, LPG or diesel consumption for your company’s operations. Refer to the EAI SURE-FIRE section for details on how you can get a quick understanding of feasible avenues for your company.

Also: Check out an interesting site on solar: Suncyclopedia, the Solar Encyclopedia