Mahindra Susten deploys solar-powered petrol pump in UP

 Solar EPC player Mahindra Susten, a portfolio company of Mahindra Partners, has deployed its very first solar powered petrol pump for Indian Oil in Uttar Pradesh.
 The state-of-the-art solar PV solution is installed at the S.V. Filling Station, Rajesultanpur, Ambedkar Nagar, Uttar Pradesh.
“Indian Oil Corporation completely supports the Government’s vision to achieve the 100 GW mark in solar installations and hence, our focus on converting our retail outlets to green facilities as far as possible. The solar installation at the S.V. Filling Station is not only a step in this direction but also helps reduce our dependence on conventional fossil fuel. It also results in lower operating charges and increases reliability of electricity supply at the pump. The long life span of solar plants and the fact that it does not require much maintenance is an added advantage,” said Ashish Gupta, Senior Divisional Retail Sales Manager, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.
“This solar powered petrol pump has been designed in accordance with the latest IS guidelines and standards and also takes into account the exact number of dispensers and their load consumption pattern.  We would like to congratulate both Indian Oil and Mr. Ahmed for taking such a proactive step and hope others will follow suit,” said Sachin Singh, Regional Head – North, Mahindra Susten
The speedy execution and project quality displays Mahindra Susten’s expertise and ability to deliver under any circumstance, even in the remotest parts of the country. Mahindra has Ferro Buildhards, represented by Nitin Gupta, as an exclusive channel partner in Uttar Pradesh (East), for quick on – site execution and speedy after-sales support.
Mahindra Susten began by offering turnkey EPC services for solar projects in 2011 and now has three business divisions – Energy with a portfolio of over 350 MW of solar projects in both utility and roof-top, Engineering for solar and infrastructure projects, and Build Solutions for the industrial sector construction.

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Mahindra Susten deploys solar-powered petrol pump in UP

 Solar EPC player Mahindra Susten, a portfolio company of Mahindra Partners, has deployed its very first solar powered petrol pump for Indian Oil in Uttar Pradesh.
 The state-of-the-art solar PV solution is installed at the S.V. Filling Station, Rajesultanpur, Ambedkar Nagar, Uttar Pradesh.
“Indian Oil Corporation completely supports the Government’s vision to achieve the 100 GW mark in solar installations and hence, our focus on converting our retail outlets to green facilities as far as possible. The solar installation at the S.V. Filling Station is not only a step in this direction but also helps reduce our dependence on conventional fossil fuel. It also results in lower operating charges and increases reliability of electricity supply at the pump. The long life span of solar plants and the fact that it does not require much maintenance is an added advantage,” said Ashish Gupta, Senior Divisional Retail Sales Manager, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.
“This solar powered petrol pump has been designed in accordance with the latest IS guidelines and standards and also takes into account the exact number of dispensers and their load consumption pattern.  We would like to congratulate both Indian Oil and Mr. Ahmed for taking such a proactive step and hope others will follow suit,” said Sachin Singh, Regional Head – North, Mahindra Susten
The speedy execution and project quality displays Mahindra Susten’s expertise and ability to deliver under any circumstance, even in the remotest parts of the country. Mahindra has Ferro Buildhards, represented by Nitin Gupta, as an exclusive channel partner in Uttar Pradesh (East), for quick on – site execution and speedy after-sales support.
Mahindra Susten began by offering turnkey EPC services for solar projects in 2011 and now has three business divisions – Energy with a portfolio of over 350 MW of solar projects in both utility and roof-top, Engineering for solar and infrastructure projects, and Build Solutions for the industrial sector construction.

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