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Jakson–The next best solar module company in India

by Rakesh Kumar singh Sr . SEO and Digital Expert
Solar has become the hottest and trending topic in the Energy domain over the last couple of years. If reports (study by Mercom India Quarterly Market Updates) are to be believed, then Indian Solar sector received about $1.86 Billion investment in Quarter 2 of the current year i.e. 2018. So this shows that this is going to become the largest renewable energy market in the near future.
Further, the Indian Government is looking to expand its solar energy and reach the capacity of 100GW by 2022, which will be achieved by targeting $100 billion investment.

Having said that, the question which has started to raise is which is the best solar module company in India? Both for commercial and residential projects. As when new companies are planning to come into the market (both Indian and international players) one has to be very sure on what quality of products should be selected to save your electricity cost by 50% (with a payback of 03 years).

As per business standard, 89% of India’s total solar cell import was from China in 2017-2018. The only reason behind this was the cost, as the Chinese solar panels cost was lower than the cost of Indian solar panels. Because of this, not only the quality was compromised but a lot of Indian solar players were facing problems in setting up and scaling up their businesses. So in order to protect the manufacturers’ interest, the Indian government imposed a 25% safeguard duty on Solar Cells which were imported from China and Malaysia (with effect from July 2018). So one can imagine that using low quality imported solar panels would lead to an increase in energy cost rather than reducing it in the long run.

Jakson, on the other hand, is into the energy business since 1947 and diversified into Solar by the year 2012. Ever since then it has been strengthening its manufacturing capacities, training centers and service network to ensure a quality product and world-class standards. Because of this Jakson became the first company to power up India’s first train with rooftop solar panels. Not only this, DMRC was also one of the first to use Rooftop solar power plant at Pragati Maidan Metro Station. The list doesn’t end here; this was followed by powering India’s most important Secretariat i.e Rashtrapati Bhawan with a 508KWP solar power plant.

All of this happened because Jakson is one company which is not just into Solar but into various other segments of energy and engineering that helps you to set up your complete energy requirements by taking an advice of the experts and industry veterans. And technically the following facts support their claim of being the best solar module company in India:

1.    Their PV Modules provides more than 80% efficiency even after 25 Years.
2.    They can endure a front load of up to 5400 Pa, and a rear load of up to 2400Pa.
3.    Their PV modules are resistant to salt, ammonia, and dust.
4.    Have been certified by IEC 61215, IEC 61730 (I & II), IEC 61853
5.    MNRE & DEWA Approved.
6.    ISO 14001:2004 certified.

They are also low light compatible and provide better performance at high temperature with its improved temperature coefficient technology.

So, it's not always the Chinese products that you should rely upon, one should look after the capacity a manufacturer can provide along with the services that you need for your commercial and residential needs. Jakson has the capacity to manufacture 3Wp to 360Wp solar panels which can meet all sorts of your requirements and has been into the energy space since 1947 which gives you the confidence that you are looking for to select the best solar module manufacturer for your varied needs.


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About Rakesh Kumar singh Professional     Sr . SEO and Digital Expert

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Created on Sep 15th 2018 05:18. Viewed 613 times.

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