Our Approach and Plans
India’s power needs are increasing faster than most of the rest of the world. In spite of huge progress over the last few years, 40% of Indian citizens do not have access to electricity. There is a growing energy uncertainty for India’s economy and security, stemming from the quality, availability and variable pricing of India’s primary source of energy, fossil fuels.
The use of renewable energy to provide for its power needs not only makes sense from the indigenous resources perspective but also from the security point of view. Of all the renewable resources, solar energy is the most promising. It has the potential to provide the greatest amount of power because solar radiation is almost uniformly available throughout the country. But current alternative energy and solar technologies are not quite cost competitive with conventional sources of energy. However, SunBorne Energy, through its intellectual property and ongoing research is committed to making solar technology more affordable in India.
Our global network of advisors bring extensive experience in solar technologies. We have assembled a team of internationally trained engineers and scientists to help with breakthrough technology using the Indian cost advantage.
SunBorne Energy is committed and focussed towards putting all its resources, skills and experience to pioneer the generation and distribution of Affordable Solar Energy in India.
Our Current and Future Projects
SunBorne Energy is today a utility scale power producer, providing an economical alternative to conventional power to the people. Laying the foundation for this solar energy revolution, our first two solar power plants are up and running in Rajasthan and Gujarat.
Our Gujarat plant was commissioned in June 2012 and has a generation capacity of 15MW. The Rajasthan plant was commissioned in March 2012, and generates 3MW of solar power.
With 20MW of solar power generation already commissioned, a 5MW solar plant to be ready soon, and around 100MW in the pipeline, our mission is to make solar energy grid-parity in India by 2015.
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