Welcome To SunTrap
We Cover the Whole Spectrum
WE WRITE ABOUT NATURAL ENERGY
O&M projects under operation,capacity ranging from 50kW to 4800kW
Capacity of project installed and commissioned
Pan India presence across 14+ states.
One of the largest rooftop project build for Indian Railways.
Yogesh Mundhra (Director)
" The service provided by Suntrap has been excellent throughout this project. Their project delivery program was well thought out and integrated seamlessly with our own operation and was delivered on time with professionalism and product used by them was also of best quality."
HERO FUTURE ENERGIES
"Our association with Suntrap smoothen up maintenance activity of our projects. They are looking after around 50% of our rooftop Portfolio. They are consistently good in their performance. Thus, we are giving repeat orders since last 4 years".
THE BEST OF BEST
Md Shibly Khan
Project Manager (PMC)
Zeeshan Ali Khan
Project Manager (Construction)
All roads lead to Solar!
Why solar energy?
The world as it is heavily dependant on petrol, coal, wood and water for producing energy. We assume there is uninterrupted supply. There is n’t! On the other hand, we have inexhaustible supply of solar energy. So why not rely more on solar energy ?
Advantages of solar energy:
Solar energy is clean which does not produce poisonous carbon monoxide and other pollutants. The benefits of producing energy from solar power is enormous in terms of economy, environmental protection and creating job opportunities.
The cost benefit ratio:
It involves certain amount of investment for producing it which may be high for an individual’s requirement. But the direct and indirect benefits certainly outweighs the cost in the long run.
Perhaps fixing solar energy panels may be an issue as not all the companies would have their own large premises for housing them. Even if they had, the extent to which the power could be generated is debatable. On the other hand, making a start even for covering only 50 % of the corporate requirement is still worth as the benefits would outweigh the negatives.
The Life expectancy:
The solar panels typically would last for a minimum of 25 years depending on the weather conditions and maintenance. However, during this period, you have contributed substantially to the environment by not producing toxic effluents. The benefits are far more than the disadvantages.