New Delhi, Oct 3 (IANS) Rooftop solar player Amplus Energy Solutions has diversified and expanded its services to offer solar solutions to homeowners, backed by a 25 year warranty.
The company is launching HomeScape, its residential brand, this year in Delhi-NCR and Gujarat.
Amplus has already installed solar plants in more than 300 locations in 24 states of India, and maintains them with the help of their in-house operations team.
This experience and network will help Amplus in providing the same quality of services in their new business vertical.
HomeScape specifically caters to the residential customers, not only attending to their energy needs, but also beautifying their home.
HomeScape’s flagship product, ‘Atrium’, is a specially designed reinforced steel Pergola structure with wooden finished exterior suitable for farmhouses, villas and bungalows, and is only available through special invite.
HomeScapealso got empanelled under the 600MW subsidy scheme of PGVCL (part of Gujarat UrjaVikas Nigam) and plans to start solarizing 3,000 homes in Gujarat.
“We believe Indian residential consumers need to participate in the solar revolution and Homespace, by Amplus Solar, takes pride in bringing a world class product that will be backed by a unique long-term warranty and maintenance system in place, assuring our consumers full benefit of their investment,” said Sanjeev Aggarwal, Managing Director & CEO, Amplus Solar.
In the last 7 to 8 years, Indian utilities and industrial consumers have been very active in adopting solar energy for powering their business. Lately, Indian homeowners have also started installing solar rooftop plants to generate their own solar electricity.
HomeScape Solar plant cuts down electricity bill by as much as 90 per cent, pays for itself in as low as 4 years, and also gives as high as 30 per cent return on investment.
Amplus is a 100 per cent subsidiary of Petronas Holdings, Malaysia and is headquartered in Singapore. The entity owns and manages a portfolio of 600+ MWp of distributed solar assets across Asia.