Gurgaon, India | March 12, 2015 — The meeco Group, through its local subsidiary, meeco India (Pvt) Ltd., is ramping up power generation in India.

Facing a steady increase of demand for hybrid systems from 1 kWp to 3 kWp, meeco India (Pvt) Ltd. has decided to raise the production of sun2go xl products and to widen its number of available options.

The meeco Group, one of the world’s leading clean energy companies, founded meeco India (Pvt) Ltd. in 2010.

Since then, more than 60 MWp of photovoltaic projects have been completed with meeco India (Pvt) Ltd. delivering the complete project, essential services or supplies thereof.

The sun2go xl turnkey solution of The meeco Group is a portable and semi portable solar generation and energy storage system. sun2go xl is an easily movable solution that can provide energy for small residential units, small rural clinics, offices, telecom repeater stations, agricultural needs, lighting applications, rural communities or any other type of situation requiring off-grid power supply.

Concurrently with this sun2go xl development, meeco India (Pvt) Ltd. has launched the output of new variation frequency drives (VDF) pump controllers in India that will be available for sun2flow products. “This is a ground up development designed to work optimally with pumps and in rugged conditions. Our variation frequency drives have many advantages compared to general variation frequency drives used by most providers on the market”, Mr. Munjal declares.

The Managing Director also shares, that new developments for the sun2safe energy management turnkey solution of The meeco Group will be announced during the next quarter of this year.

In addition Mr. Munjal highlights the involvement of meeco India (Pvt) Ltd. in the Smart Cities initiative and declared “Our team has been pleased to work on this very exciting project.”

The Smart Cities initiative is a project envisioned in India, which consists off the creation of smart cities, which leverage information and communications technology to greatly improve the productivity, lifestyle and the prosperity of people. The objective is to build environmentally sustainable cities with green growth strategies in order to get urbanization right.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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