MYSUN use Solar to fight against Delhi’s pollution

MYSUN, India’s rooftop solar platform focused on providing end to end solar solutions, has announced a special scheme for its Delhi/NCR customers where it will make going solar even simpler and affordable. Taking the measure of the pollution in Delhi, the company has sped up going solar on its platform and rolled out an attractive offer to increase the uptake of rooftop solar.

The company has announced that for a limited period, all customers in Delhi/NCR going solar with MYSUN, will not have to pay any processing fee for the installation. Furthermore, the first EMI under the MYSUN Flexi-Pay scheme will also be forgone.

Delhi government is planning to roll out the odd-even move – limiting car use to certain days – once again this year to fight the pollution issue, however, Gagan Vermani, Founder & CEO of MYSUN, does not feel this as a long-term solution.

Announcing the initiative, Vermani said, “At MYSUN, we look at the problem of air pollution as a long-term issue. With all due respect, moves like odd-even are reactive and not proactive at all. We are sure, the same problem of smog and pollution will bite us again next year and therefore we need to think of a long-term solution.

“Solar being a 25-year life cycle product is not just appealing today but also for the future and will help generations to come. But since the condition today is so bad, we had to take a proactive step and play our part, and for the same we are rolling out this limited time scheme to help more and more people in Delhi/NCR go solar.

“And the best part is today, solar is very affordable and your return on investment in Delhi/NCR region is in the tune of about 20%, which from an economical point of view is also very attractive,” Vermani added.

The company also has over 50,000 registered rooftops on its online platform, clearly indicating that the demand for solar is ripe and citizens of the nation understand the value of going solar. It is through steps like these, Delhites not only will contribute for better and clean environment, but will also play a significant role in helping the country achieve 100 GW of solar installation by the year 2022, out of which 40GW must come from rooftop.