CleanMax Solar

CleanMax Solar is India’s leading sustainability partner for corporates, supplying solar electricity to commercial and industrial customers through long-term (10-25 years) power purchase agreements. Based in Mumbai, the company seeks to help its customers across India, Middle East North Africa (MENA) and South East Asia (SEA), meet their “green” targets with zero upfront capital, prices lower than grid tariffs, and a commitment to safety. The company installs its solar projects either on the customer’s rooftop or through its network of private solar farms, using grid infrastructure to supply solar power to its customers. Established in 2011, CleanMax Solar has successfully completed more than 350 projects for 120 corporates across India. The company currently operates 500 MWp of projects through its rooftop & solar farm solutions, generating 750 GWh of solar electricity units per year. CleanMax Solar is the first Indian company to win “Transformational Business Award 2018” by Financial Times (UK) / International Finance Corporation (IFC) in the “Transformational Infrastructure Category”.

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