SOLAR PUMPS

India's agriculture sector is heavily dependent on monsoons for natural irrigation. Pumps are used as an artificial means to provide water for irrigation. Farmers rely on grid electricity or diesel gen-sets to run the pump, which leads to huge delays and economic stress. Hence, for our farmers, an effective irrigation system such as the Solar Water Pump is a great boon. It increases their crop yield by ensuring a reliable and perennial supply of water to their fields.

A solar water pump is an application of photovoltaic technology which converts solar energy into electricity to run the pumping system thereby, replacing erratic grid supply and pollution-causing diesel-powered versions. The solar water pump is powered by solar modules that helps draw surface or ground water out for irrigation.

POWER SOLAR offers both DC and AC range of Solar Water Pumps in both Surface and Submersible categories. These pumps help reduce farmers’ dependency on expensive fuels and their maintenance costs as opposed to conventional irrigation systems.

By switching to Power Solar Water Pumps, farmers can have access to a highly-efficient power supply that can be used throughout the day to provide a consistent water supply. With over 97,000 pumps installed across India till date, our goal is to provide water assurance and financial security to all farmers in India.

----PM-KUSUM SCHEME----

Taking the flagship Government program to farmers in the country

Add Your Heading Text aPM-KUSUM (Pradhan Mantri Kisan Urja Suraksha evam Utthaan Mahabhiyan) Scheme, has been launched by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) for setting up subsidized solar pumps and distributed solar power plants across the country. It is one of the biggest initiatives in the world to provide clean energy to more than 3.5 million farmers across India.

 
 
  
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