Solar Projects

Striving for excellence, we have completed over 200+ projects across 20+ industries pan India. With our vast experience, we have simplified the process of going solar. Sustainable energy solutions are within easy reach when you partner with us.

Across all projects, our installation team focuses on making safety a top priority. We ensure that O&M functions seamlessly with an extremely process-oriented approach. Our expertise is unparalleled, which is why we are India’s #1 solar energy developer.

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TESTIMONIALS

"The plant has performed beyond expectations.."
Mr. Chandrashekhar Lohani
Alkem Laboratories Limited, Mandava, Gujarat - Associate Vice President, Operations  - SEE VIDEO TESTIMONIAL HERE.
CleanMax is a company which understands project management philosophy very well
Mr. Suhas Baxi
Managing director,Konecranes India  - SEE VIDEO TESTIMONIAL HERE.

CASE STUDIES

NIT, Karnataka: The Largest Solar Plant for a Government Academic Institute in Karnataka

The project has been designed keeping in mind the high wind speeds and saline spray due to the institute’s close proximity to the sea.

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First plant to be installed in Konecranes globally!

Under this arrangement, Konecranes could get solar power plant with no operational risks on Konecranes and the billing would be done as per the plant generation.

CleanMax Solar took upon itself the responsibility to maintain the plant and ensure uninterrupted power generation.

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Manipal University: Performance Par Excellence

The Manipal Education Group, with its heritage of excellence in higher education for over 60 years, launched Manipal University Jaipur (MUJ) in 2011. And in order to build a sustainable organisation, CleanMax Solar was asked to come on board to develop a 800kWp solar plant. Engineering, procuring & constructing such a large scale PV system is a complex undertaking though Team CleanMax Solar did it effortlessly.

Since commission in March, 2015, the plant has surpassed all expectations by achieving a high performance ratio of 79%.

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Capturing Bangalore International Airport's Solar Journey

Among India’s flagship airports, the Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (BIAL) is a leader in driving sustainable business practices. This focus led them to choose CleanMax Solar as a proven and reliable partner in switching from coal-based grid power to solar energy.

CleanMax Solar overcame significant security restrictions at the airport to successfully install a 500 kWp solar power plant spread across 6 buildings covering approximately 2 acres. The plant is expected to generate 7.5 lac energy units annually and besides the obvious environmental benefits accrued, will result in an estimated annual cost saving of INR 20 lacs per year for BIAL at current grid prices.

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Carlsberg: India's 1st Solar Brewery

As a business committed to reducing its carbon footprint and fulfilling its Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO), Carlsberg, one of the largest brewers in the world, chose CleanMax Solar in their quest to develop India’s first solar-powered brewery at Alwar, Rajasthan.

Despite facing unique topographical challenges such as a curved dome-shaped surface, high wind speeds and limited access to a 20-meter high roof, CleanMax Solar’s team of engineers completed the 470 kWp turnkey project meters in only 60 days.

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NBC Bearings Chart Greener Course

Part of the CK Birla Group, NBC Bearings produces over 100 million bearings annually in more than 1,000 sizes. When NBC Bearings decided to convert a large swathe of waste land at their Jaipur facility into a solar farm, they looked to CleanMax Solar.

CleanMax Solar tackled the arduous task of clearing the scrapyard (accumulated over 40 years) and readying the ground for solar installation. In a pioneering effort, CleanMax Solar installed solar trackers that track the sun’s path to generate 20% more energy than a non-tracker based system.

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