Solar success in chennai

Rooftop solar in Chennai is poised to become a big success with new solar policy. For many people, the hot summer sun is the very first thing that springs to mind when they think of Chennai. The most common remark about Chennai’s harsh climate is that it has three seasons: hot, hotter, and hottest. 

While Chennai residents have grown accustomed to the heat as a result of all the jokes and memes, they are yet to properly appreciate how to use it to their advantage; by utilizing the sun’s energy.

Solar energy has grown in prominence as a renewable resource in recent decades. As a result, Chennai is host to the world’s largest solar power park. And one such remarkable effort is put by my team at to harness the massive power of solar energy. We’ve been expanding our innovative and wide range of services over the past half-decade, all of which are tailored to satisfy the needs of our clients, and we construct the system to benefit consumers in the long run. The power is supplied under a long term contract to the energy consumer. We now look forward to bringing this change for “solar in Chennai”.




The most significant benefit of solar installations is the cost reduction. Solar tariff rates are 17% and 27% less expensive than industrial and commercial tariff rates, respectively. In many Indian residential areas, solar installations have reached grid parity. Solar panels can even help building owners save a lot of bucks on their electricity bills. The superbly high irradiance factor in Chennai makes it a very lucrative offer to install solar panels in the city.


Government assistance

The Central, as well as the Tamil Nadu government, provides tax incentives to anyone who installs solar panels, whether for home or commercial use, in order to encourage people to use solar energy. According to the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, the government provides the installer with a subsidy of 30% of the installation cost. Therefore, we have been aiming to capitalize on this opportunity and bring solar to Chennai.


Massive reduction in Carbon footprints

Solar panels in Chennai, as in any other high irradiated place, generate power by absorbing sunlight. As a result, they pose lower pollution concerns on nature than traditional energy sources. Unlike a generator, these don’t make any noise and emit fewer toxic gases. It is also a rich supply of energy that helps to prevent climate change.


Low-cost maintenance

The fact that solar panels require relatively little maintenance is the major point that emphasizes their relevance in Chennai. If properly maintained, they have a lifespan of over 20 years.


Climate-friendly in Southern-India

India is at a pivotal geographical location, receiving ample amounts of tropical sunlight. Each year, India experiences around 300 sunny days with clear skies, particularly in cities like Chennai, and states like Rajasthan and southern provinces such as Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Kerala. As a result, solar panels are an excellent choice for energy generation.


Wide range of applications.

Apart from generating electricity, solar panels play other crucial roles as well. It can heat water and provide hot air or water to a building. Many electric cars also run on solar power. Solar energy can also be used as fuel for generating electricity. In Chennai, for instance, a few houses have already started using solar energy as their main source of electricity.



Solar panels have the advantage of being able to be installed on any style of roof. As a result, residents do not need to evacuate any land or engage in the purchase of additional land in order to install solar panels.



1.     Establish an ecosystem that translates the solar energy vision into enabling policy systems and processes.

2.     Use regulatory mechanisms to ensure that Tamil Nadu will achieve, or exceed, the solar energy portfolio obligations as may be determined by the Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC) from time to time.

3.     In accordance with regulations, facilitate open access to the public electricity grid and thereby create opportunities for grid-connected distributed generation of solar power.

4.     Encourage and incentivize electricity consumers to set up solar energy systems.

5.     Establish a ‘Single Window System’ for technical support, funding support and project clearance through cooperation between the concerned Government departments.

6.     Encourage public-private partnerships and joint ventures to mobilize investments in solar energy projects, manufacturing facilities, research, and technology development.

7.     Facilitate ‘Ease of Doing Business in the solar energy sector.

8.     Create an investment-friendly environment that provides opportunities for private individuals, companies, local bodies, government departments and others to contribute to and participate in the generation of solar energy, particularly for the electricity consumer to become a “prosumer” (a producer-consumer).

9.     Create a win-win situation for all stakeholders.

10.  Create a roadmap to achieve the objectives of the “National Renewable Energy Policy” to be issued by the Central government.

Refer the Tamilnadu Solar policy here 




When the price of fossil fuels is high, renewable energy sources are in higher demand, but there are still numerous ways to profit from solar energy, whether it’s through tax breaks or incentives to encourage more widespread use of solar panels. As a result, after installation, the actual cost may be lesser than the sticker price. In addition, tax rebates for solar energy could assist lower annual tax bills.


As per the Solar Energy Industries Association, the Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC), which was introduced in 2006, has resulted in a 52 per cent annual growth rate in solar installations.


Solar power systems harness the sunlight into a clean, pure, & convenient form of energy. Installing solar panels helps to lessen the reliance on fossil fuels and minimizes greenhouse gas emissions. Electricity is traditionally generated using fossil fuels like natural gas and coal. When fossil fuels are used to generate power, toxic gases are released, which are the leading causes of air pollution and global warming. Fossil fuels are not only environmentally harmful, but they’re also part of limited resources. As a result, the price is continually changing and can rise dramatically in a short span of time.


Renewable energy is also good for people’s health. Natural gas and coal power plants pollute the air and water, endangering human health. However, substituting renewable energy sources such as solar power for fossil fuels can lower premature mortality and healthcare expenses.


Solar energy is also effective in a drought or heatwave. Coal, natural gas, and nuclear power all consume a lot of water to cool themselves. Power generation is at stake during heat waves or droughts, as we’ve seen in recent years. Solar power systems, on the other hand, do not need water to produce electricity.


Solar energy especially in Chennai is getting increasingly economical and effective at converting sunlight into useful electricity. Solar company shares or ETFs are a fantastic alternative for people looking to invest in the solar sector. People can also benefit from solar energy by installing solar panels on their own houses or businesses and using net metering to minimize power bills.




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