Cost effective power solution through world class solar powered products like solar water pumps, etc.; a joint venture by Tata Power and BP Solar since 1989...
With a rise in the living standards, the cost of everything has just skyrocketed. Primarily, one thing that has remained practically elusive is electrical power. Earlier, Sun was the direct source of power from which everything could be harnessed. With rising costs, the society has now reached to a full circle.
Tata BP Solar India Limited, a joint venture of Tata Power and BP Solar, was established in the year 1989 with the objective to develop and propagate renewable energy in the form of solar power. Our company has sophisticated manufacturing facilities in Bangalore for Solar Photovoltaic and Solar Thermal Products and Systems which are the largest of their kinds in the country. With a reputation for extreme quality consciousness and unmatched engineering expertise, we are today an ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 certified company (accreditation from BVQI, London) with our market base spread over SAARC countries, Australia, USA, EU, Latin America, Africa, Afghanistan, Far East and Middle East.
Thus, we are a globally reputed manufacturer, exporter and importer engaged in design, development and installation of advanced Solar Powered Products such as Solar Water Heaters, Solar Lanterns, Solar Home Lighting, Solar Power Packs for Homes, Solar Water Pumps, Industrial Solar Water Heating Systems, Building Integrated Photovoltaic, Solar Streetlights, Solar Flashers, etc.
For custom-designed solar electric projects, our company employs computerized system-sizing design tools. At present, we export almost 60% of our total products like solar water pumps, etc. to the international market, and we are now concentrating upon further expanding our export market in near future. As a Rs. 4300 million company, we are poised to become a Rs. 15,000 million company by 2009-2010. Recently, our company has made $US 100 million investment to create solar mega plant in Bangalore to meet demands of Indian and global solar power markets.