Renewable firm Enphase Energy India has announced the commissioning of a rooftop solar project of 103 kilowatts-peak (kWp) in Bengaluru.
Without disclosing any financial details, the company said the project has been installed for IndiQube Lakeside, a co-working space provider.
The generated solar power will help meet 25 per cent of the total energy requirement of the property and offset 140 tonnes of CO2 emissions in a year, Enphase Energy India said in a statement.
“This carbon footprint reduction is equivalent to planting 900 trees every year. Leveraging Enphase’s solar monitoring mobile app Enlighten, IndiQube can track solar energy production and monitor the system’s health on a real-time basis,” it said.
Enphase Energy is an energy technology company that delivers smart solutions to manage solar generation, storage and communication on a single platform.
India added about 11.1 GW of solar capacity from January 2021 till November 2021, as per a report by research firm JMK Research. This is about 249 percent higher compared to the installations done in 2020.
In the rooftop solar segment, about 2605 MW of new capacity was added during the January to November 2021 period. Gujarat ranks first among the states with a capacity addition of 660 MW, accounting for nearly 25 percent of the total rooftop installations during the analysis period.