Nov 11, 2020

Solar Panels At KRISHNA KUNJ C/o Insurance Employees CGHS Ltd

Solar Panels At KRISHNA KUNJ C/o Insurance Employees CGHS Ltd

Synergy Wave System LLP has successfully installed 50 KW system on KRISHNA KUNJ C/o Insurance employees CGHS Ltd and helped them witness a great reduction in energy bills and carbon footprint. Read the full case study here:

What was the problem the client was facing?

• The initial problem was increasing tariff from DISCOM & high electricity bills.

• Space constraint due to water tanks & lift mumties.

• Client was concerned about the load-bearing capacity of roof & water seepage from the roof due to anchoring of bolts on the roof.

How did Synergy Solve it?

• Synergy Wave System has provided a cost-effective solution by installing a solar power plant of capacity 50 kwp & helped CGHS save approx 04 lac on electricity charges annual basis.

• Using an optimised design with the elevated structure for installation of solar module, we could utilize 100% of space with optimum generation.

• To prevent seepage, we have installed MMS with chemical pasting on the roof. It helps create a barrier to the rainwater as well as moisture, and prevent damp walls in your place.

What challenges did Synergy face while solving it?

• Extensive research work & detailed feasibility study was done before the beginning of the project. It took a great team effort, immaculate planning, and excellent execution to complete the whole project with efficient parameters, so the developer minimized the cost burden.

• Measures had to be taken for lifting the modules & other BOS materials from the ground to the rooftop with the help of machinery like hydra as the facility of service lift was not available at the site.


The rooftop installation helped KRISHNA KUNJ C/o Insurance Employees CGHS Ltd. save electricity charges of approximately 4 lakh per annum and reap the tax benefits. The adoption of solar energy proved the best solution for it. As a result, there is no more dependency on DISCOM and generators to generate electricity for the whole building. Switching to solar will help to reduce diesel consumption during the DG hours.