What is solar power?

The sun is one of the largest sources of power in the solar system. It constantly emits energy that can be used to generate electricity through solar panels and photovoltaic (PV) cells. Manufacturing firms and households are increasingly making use of this renewable energy because it is more environmentally friendly and sustainable compared with other traditional energy sources.


Types of solar cells

The most popular choices are:


Mono-crystalline Silicon

The Mono-crystalline silicon is produced from pure, defect-free silicon (single crystal). This type of solar cell delivers high efficiency, but is also expensive.


Poly-crystalline Silicon

The Poly-crystalline silicon is obtained by a solidification process. Hence, the efficiency and cost of this type of cell is less than those of Mono-crystalline cells.

Use cases

Photovoltaic (PV) systems are typically used to power:

  • Manufacturing facilities
  • Lighting systems in rural areas
  • Motor vehicles
  • Pumping systems in agricultural areas

Benefits that go beyond cost savings

Continuous electricity generation

Ensure you have a steady stream of power all day long

Lower power usage

Reduce electricity consumption during peak hours

Expert staff

Installation and maintenance are handled by our professional crew

Reduced energy bills

Alternative energy lowers your electricity expenses

Business reputation

Bolster your corporate social responsibility initiatives and company’s image

Sustainable energy for a greener future


Solar Cell Panels

Transform solar power into electricity



Converts direct current (DC) electricity into alternating current (AC) electricity


Energy Meter

Monitors the production and usage of solar power



Electricity generated from solar panels are used in manufacturing facilities


Energy Bills

Reduce the consumption and cost of electricity