India occupies a significant position in the global education sector. One of the world’s largest networks of institutions of higher learning is found in India. The fact that India has the greatest population in the world—500 million people between the ages of 5 and 24—presents a significant potential for the education industry. India’s education market is projected to grow to US$ 101.1 billion in FY19 from an anticipated US$ 91.7 billion in FY18. In India, there were 39,050 colleges and 903 universities in 2017–18, respectively. In India, higher education was attended by 36.64 million students in 2017–18. In 2017–18, the gross enrollment ratio in higher education was 25.8%. This offers educational institutions a fantastic opportunity to install solar rooftop panels.
IMPORTANCE OF SOLAR POWER
Modern educational institutions need a sizable quantity of electricity to operate their cutting-edge infrastructure. Rooftop solar power systems have become a popular way to reduce electricity expenditures in light of rising electricity prices. Furthermore, by installing rooftop solar electricity at their campuses, educational institutions can play a significant part in raising awareness about solar energy. The installation can result in significant cost savings on electricity bills when used in conjunction with a Net Metering facility.
Rooftop solar installations at educational institutions are becoming more popular in India, and Kondaas Automation has played a key role in proactively supplying cutting-edge solutions that have facilitated this change in market dynamics. Kondaas portfolio includes both standardized products and customized solutions to meet the needs of small KW scale to big MW scale solar rooftop systems.
PSG Institute of Technology, SNS Institute of Engineering and Technology, SNS Arts and Science College, SNS Academy, Selvam College of Technology, Sri Sarada Niketan College for Women, Manilal M. Mehta Girl’s Higher Secondary School, Sree Sakthi Engineering College are few top clients of Kondaas Automation.