Shreyas Chandak

Operating in a highly competitive industry, electricity is a critical cost component and that’s where going Solar came into the picture. Upon evaluation and negotiation with leading companies nationally, we entrusted SunInfra because they understood our needs very well and deployed the best technologies in the world to our cause. We are very happy with their efficient execution and especially like their O&M team which takes utmost care of the plants. I highly recommend SunInfra to businesses that want to go solar and cut on their electricity costs to stay competitive and future driven.

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