Balaji Agencies Private Limited is an ISO 9001: 2008 Certified Company incorporated under companies act, registered with MSME and Channel partner for MNRE (Ministry of New and Renewable Energy) Balaji Agencies is into Design, Engineering, Installation, Testing & Commissioning of Solar Plant ( Both ON and OFF Grid) and Solar Power Plant. Balaji in Solar is a fully comprehensive Turnkey EPC solutions provider. We deploy world-class technology to design, install and commission benchmark solar projects. India with a focus on developing Solar as sustainable energy alternative India. Our energy solutions are viable both in the near term and over the longer term providing maximum energy as well as financial incentives for our customers. As prime contractor for high quality engineering, procurement and construction we lay special emphasis on on-time, on-budget delivery 'of utility scale solar power plants optimized to provide reliable long-term system output for owners.
Balaji strongly believes in the sun's potential to significantly address the problems associated with power obtained from non-renewable sources of energy. It is with this passion that we aim to work and provide solar solutions to our customers. Quality has always been of utmost priority for Balaji, and with this drive we challenge ourselves to provide the same in the most cost effective manner. Balaji Agencies takes on charge and commitment towards development of eco-friendly technologies with innovative and futuristic energy solution. We, at Balaji Agencies, recognize the importance of every step taken towards to building a greener and safer future. By harnessing the inexhaustible energy of the sun, Balaji Agencies offers efficient and advanced solutions for energy requirements for today and tomorrow and is an instrumental player for govt. as well as private solar projects
The Indian subcontinent has immense solar energy potential, with parts of it receiving as much as 4.7 kWh per sq. meter per day. Solar power comes across as an option to bridge the ever increasing gap between the demand and supply of energy, since the dependency on finite fossil fuel needs to be brought down. Further the usage of fossil fuel poses a significant threat to the environment and if not checked will severely affect the climate. To address these issues, the Prime Minister of India released the National Action Plan for Climate Change (NAPCC) in 2008 under which is the prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM)which aimed at setting up 22 GW of solar power by 2020 in a phased manner.
The NAPCC also envisages the electricity regulatory commissions in the country to purchase a percentage of the total grid based power from renewable sources setting an obligation on the electricity commissions called Renewable Purchase Obligation (RFD) to attract interest. Accelerated Depreciation (AD) benefit under Income Tax Act being the most Important of them, has managed to draw a lot of investors to develop green power where Developers can claim up to 80% Depreciation on their solar power investments in the first year. Overall a cleaner environment is the need of the hour and India with the immense potential of harnessing the abundant available natural resources is poised to emerge as the leader in renewable energy installations.
It's a clean and green energy resource. Boon to the mother earth in terms of cutting the dependence on Fossil Fuels. Reduces carbon emissions and thus effects of global warming. Enormous savings in terms of money. A typical solar system has an ROI of nearly 6 years considering current power tariffs. It has a huge life span of almost 25 years and its almost maintenance free. For tropical countries like India, its suited the most, as the peak output time matches with the peak load time. During the day and during summers the output is max. For many difficult locations.