Our Projects

Since its inception, SunShell Power has undertaken numerous projects where solar solutions are delivered to residents and corporates. Here is a glimpse of some of the projects.

90 kWp Solar Power Plant
Power Grid Corporation of India (PGCIL) Substation in Assam Reduces Carbon Footprint with 90 kWp Solar Power Plant
Location: Niz Baghmari, Assam.
Capacity: 90 kWp Grid Connected
Department: Public Sector Undertakings
Purpose: Reduction of Electricity Bill and Carbon Footprint
Discover the successful completion of a 90 kWp solar power plant at the PGCIL substation in Assam. This grid-connected project demonstrates our commitment to renewable energy and sustainability. Learn about our expertise in overcoming logistical challenges and delivering exceptional results ahead of schedule.
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Solar Powered Drinking Water System at Sahibganj
Solar-Powered Solution Overcomes Challenges and Provides Clean Drinking Water to Tribal Community at Sahibganj, Jharkhand
Location: Sahibganj, Jharkhand
Capacity: 2 Hp 200 meter head customized pump, 2 Hp 90-meter head pump
Department: DWS Jharkhand
Purpose: Drinking Water System
Drinking water and water supply for daily life needs is a basic requirement for a human being. This may not seem to be a huge issue, but this is not the case in areas like Sahibganj, a terminal district of Jharkhand, surrounded by Hills and Jungles.
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Solar-Powered Water System for Clean Drinking Water
Empowering Assam’s Ahom Pathar Community: Solar-Powered Water System for Clean Drinking Water and Environmental Sustainability
Location: Ahom Pathar, Assam
Capacity: 3 Hp Openwell Submersible & 3 Hp Submersible Pump
Department: PHED Assam
Purpose: Filtered Drinking Water
Safe drinking water access is a fundamental human necessity and a basic human right. All people’s physical and social health is put at risk by contaminated water. Approximately 15% of Indians use open defecation, while more than 6% of the population lacks access to clean water. Such is the case for Ahom Pathar, a tribal village in Assam.
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