Amplus Emerges as Leader in Onsite Solar OPEX Mode in India for 2022

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Amplus, India’s leading clean energy solutions provider, has emerged as the leader of the OPEX mode in India’s onsite solar category for CY 2022, as reported by JMK Research and Analytics. The company’s continued focus on delivering excellence in developing and operating customised solar solutions has helped it become a partner of choice for commercial and industrial customers across India. Almost a decade old, today, Amplus enjoys the largest portfolio of only A-rated clients for its onsite category in OPEX mode.


“We work closely with our customers to understand their business requirements to design a unique end-to-end solar experience for them. Apart from our uncompromising commitment to quality and safety, our customer-first approach drives trust amongst clients. This is the key reason that has helped us achieve repeat clientele, long-term associations, and consistent growth. OPEX model is ideal for companies with expansion plans in tune with their green initiatives, and our experience-led holistic solutions fit the bill. The customers avail saving benefits on their electricity bills, get closer to their net-zero targets and all this with zero upfront investment and no procedural hassles,” said Mr Anil Bhat, Business CEO, Distributed Solar, Amplus Solar.

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Amplus’ 360-degree approach to a customer’s solar journey in OPEX mode is led by in-house expertise across the value chain of solar energy transition. From providing upfront investment to setting up an onsite solar project to its execution, such as design, procurement, construction, installation, and commissioning, aligned with a deep understanding of the regulatory framework, the company ensures efficiency in facilitating an integrated and seamless switch to solar energy. Additionally, Amplus has developed a state-of-the-art in-house data monitoring system, Hawk AI, that helps track solar plant’s performance in real-time, thus ensuring zero downtime and increased productivity.


Rooftops installed under the OPEX or RESCO model require consumers to enter a long-term (up to 25 years), legally binding power purchase agreement (PPA) with the developer, thus making the latter the system’s owner for its entire lifetime. The developer provides operation and maintenance services while bearing all capital expenses and risks.


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