Jaipur, Rajasthan, 14 June 2017: Solar Quarter, India’s leading knowledge and media service providers in the solar energy sector, received outstanding media company award for its contribution to development of solar industry by Rajasthan Solar Association (RSA). The award was presented to SolarQuarter at the recently held SolarRoofs India 2017 at Hotel The Hilton Jaipur, Rajasthan.
The award was presented by Shree Pushpendra Singh, Energy minister of Government of Rajasthan along with Mr. Pranav Mehta, Chairman, National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI). The award was presented in the presence of key dignitaries including Shree B K Doshi, MD, RRECL, Shree A K Jain, MD, REIL and Shree S P Shrimali, Chairman, Marudhara Bank.
The award was received by Mr. Vijay Kumar, MD, Solar Quarter. “We started in the solar industry when it was in its nascent stages in India. It has been our prime focus to develop new products which expedite the industry’s growth. Today we have developed a vast portfolio of publications, reports, conferences and training programmes spanning every part of the country. We have seen the industry growing and have been the integral part of this industry. We feel blessed that our hard work of over the years is being appreciated. We will continue our work for the upliftment of the industry. We are grateful to RSA and NSEFI who have recognised our efforts.”
India has to achieve the target of 40 GW by 2022 of Solar rooftop projects. To support this initiative of government, SolarQuarter has recently launched series of events called SolarRoofs India 2017 (www.solarquarter.com/solarroofs) which will be organised in 15 cities of India viz Jaipur, Pune, Kolkata, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Vizag, Kolhapur, Jodhpur, Udaipur and many more to list down. The event series aims to bring better awareness & promote faster implementation of rooftop projects in industrial, residential and commercial segments. This initiative of SolarQuarter has been lauded by the ministry, the government agencies and the industry.
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