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3kW ₹4,500 ₹5,000+
5kW ₹6,500 ₹9,000+
10kW ₹11,500 ₹19,000+

Why choose SolarSquare for your solar installation

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5 year guarantee of savings*
Get guaranteed solar savings for 5 years and enjoy 20% higher power generation. If your system underperforms, get money back against lost generation.
Cyclone-proof, safe structures
Our WindPro Mount™️ structures are approved by IIT Bombay to handle 170 kmph wind speeds. When it comes to safety, no one demands more of SolarSquare than SolarSquare.
Up to ₹1,17,000 government subsidy
We take care of your subsidy paperwork. With us your subsidy disbursal is quick and assured.
0 repair & replacement cost
All repairs, replacements and spares are covered for you at no-extra cost over the next 5 years.
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My aspiration to create a sustainable, carbon-free world through solar energy was once burdened by complex regulations and installation concerns. That was until I discovered SolarSquare, a one-stop solution. Their streamlined process made the installation of my rooftop solar energy system effortless. They transformed my dream of a greener world into a reality. I wholeheartedly recommend SolarSquare!
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Kishore Reddy

Telangana

I am a working person, but the SolarSquare team did everything perfectly even though I wasn’t present on the site. I was worried about the generation. But I am so excited now. My bills have gone down from Rs 4300 to Rs 500-700 a month. The team also comes home and regularly cleans my panels. They also helped me get a subsidy. I just had to fill a form and they did everything else.
Customer testimonial Maharashtra 2
Braj Bhushan

Uttar Pradesh

Being an engineer myself, I am extremely satisfied with the team of SolarSquare. They have done an amazing job in the construction of my solar. The team is very efficient and knowledgeable. They installed my system in just two days. I am amazed by the sound knowledge of the team. I highly recommend SolarSquare to everyone.
Customer testimonial Maharashtra 3
Gandharv Chauhan

Rajasthan

I was looking for a solution for my high electricity bills and SolarSquare provided us with the best one. I have been using SolarSquare’s system for a year now and my electricity bill has been reduced to zero!
Customer testimonial Maharashtra 4
Pradeep Mukharjee

Maharashtra

Our recent solar installation experience with SolarSquare has been exceptional. Our monthly electricity costs have dropped significantly, and we're even seeing credits for the surplus energy we send back to the grid. We can already see the substantial savings adding up and making our investment more than worthwhile.
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Vivek

Uttar Pradesh

I'm delighted with my 3.3 kW solar installation by SolarSquare. Thanks to Rajesh for the introduction and the professional installation by the team. Although the net meter took some extra time, the stress-free experience and support from Sapna Rajput made it all worthwhile. SolarSquare is doing a great job, and I look forward to our continued journey.
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Tarun Kumar

Telangana

The solar switch made simple

Switching to solar can seem daunting, but we’ve got you covered. Here’s how it works

Free In-Home Consultation

Free in-home consultation

A SolarSquare consultant will survey your home, answer your questions and generate a custom digital design of what the solar system will look like on your roof.

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Personalised solar proposal & dedicated manager

Personalised solar proposal & dedicated manager

Based on your requirements, our team will create a custom proposal for you. A Delight Manager is also assigned to answer your queries and keep you updated on the project.

Paperwork and subsidy assistance

Paperwork and subsidy assistance

End-to-end paperwork management by us for hassle-free coordination with the local discom and securing subsidy.

Step-by-step professional & safe installation

Step-by-step professional & safe installation

Once you submit the advance amount, your rooftop system will arrive in stylish delivery vans and installed in a timely, clean and professional manner.

Connection to the grid

Connection to the grid

We coordinate with the discom to connect your system to the power grid and install a new electricity meter.

Power on your new system

Power on your new system

Switch on your system to enjoy reduced electricity bills and an energy-independent future!

Deep cleaning and maintenance

Deep cleaning and maintenance

We’ll call you to schedule quarterly deep cleaning and preventive health checks of your system for 5 years.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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A solar rooftop system is a combination of many components that convert sunlight into usable electricity.

The components of a rooftop solar include the following -

  • Solar panels with PV cells
  • Solar inverter
  • Solar panel mounting structures
  • AC and DC cables
  • AC combiner box
  • DC combiner box
  • Earthing cables
  • MC4 connectors

A solar rooftop system works on the concept of conversion of sunlight into electricity. The phenomenon is known as the photovoltaic effect.

When sunlight falls on the PV cells in a solar panel, the sunlight is converted into electricity. The generated power is DC current. An AC combiner box is used to convert that DC power into usable AC power.

The generated AC electricity is fed into a bidirectional meter that supplies power to the house. It also exports excess power to the DISCOM (grid) and imports power from the grid if electricity generated by the rooftop solar system is not enough to cover the daily requirement.

Under the DBT scheme, the subsidy application process has become much easier. Here's a step-by-step breakdown:

  • Visit the National Portal for Rooftop Solar website.
  • Download the Sandes app from the website and install it.
  • Register as a customer on the Sandes app.
  • Once registered, a discom official will visit your home to assess technical feasibility.
  • After receiving the No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the official, choose SolarSquare as your solar installation company.
  • Discuss the project details with us and sign an agreement.
  • Upon receiving payment, we will commence the installation process.
  • We will then provide a work completion report and apply for a net meter installation on your behalf.
  • You will receive a commissioning certificate upon completion.
  • Submit your bank account information and upload a copy of a cancelled cheque through the National Portal for Rooftop Solar.
  • Once the fund handling agency receives your details, the subsidy will be credited to your bank account within 30 days.

By following these steps, you can smoothly complete the process and enjoy the benefits of solar energy.

If you are planning to install solar for home or housing societies, the solar panel for home price list we’ve curated will greatly help you. Here's the reference about the range of solar panels for home cost without a subsidy in India:

  • 1 kW rooftop solar system: ₹70,000 to ₹1,10,000
  • 3 kW rooftop solar system: ₹1,80,000 to ₹2,40,000
  • 5 kW rooftop solar system: ₹3,00,000 to ₹4,00,000
  • 2 kW rooftop solar system: ₹1,40,000 to ₹1,80,000
  • 4 kW rooftop solar system: ₹2,40,000 to ₹3,20,000
  • 10 kW rooftop solar system: ₹6,00,000 to ₹8,00,000

If you want to save money from the sun, Solar is the best investment for you. Solar allows you to save on your monthly electric bills plus it also allows you to save the planet by going green. Solar energy is a true form of renewable clean energy which leads to zero pollution (air, noise, land) and emits no greenhouse gases mitigating climate change.

Yes. The electricity produced by a solar power system is no different than the electricity you get from your electricity distribution company. The only difference is the source. Moreover, it is among the safest source of electricity consumption because it is neither hazardous nor does it release any toxic or harmful gases during production.

All you need to qualify for a solar system is - empty space on your roof and access to your rooftop. Just fill the project enquiry form on our website and our team will contact you to discuss your requirement. Once the project is finalised, we will take care of your entire plant design, installation and maintenance.

There are 3 types of Solar systems depending on whether the plant is linked to the power grid or battery systems for storage.

  • On-grid solar systems use common solar inverters and are connected to the public electricity grid. Any excess solar power that you generate is exported to the electricity grid and one usually get paid a feed-in-tariff or credits for the energy you export. The policy for getting credits for energy exported to the credit is termed as “Net-Metering Policy” and is available currently in most states of India.
  • Off-grid solar systems are not connected to the electricity grid and therefore requires battery storage. An off-grid solar system must be designed appropriately so that it will generate enough power throughout the year and have enough battery capacity to meet the home’s requirements, even in the depths of winter when there is less sunlight.
  • Hybrid solar systems combines solar and battery storage in one and are now available in many different forms and configurations. This means being able to store solar energy that is generated during the day and using it at night. When the stored energy is depleted, the grid is there as backup, allowing consumers to have the best of both worlds.

Yes, Solar panels do produce electricity in cloudy or rainy weather albeit with reduced efficiency. This fall in production is considered in the unit generation estimates provided for every project.

No, rooftop solar PV does not function or generate electricity during a blackout due to safety reasons. Since blackouts occur when the electricity grid is damaged. If a solar inverter was still feeding electricity into a damaged grid it would risk the safety of the people repairing the fault in the network. SolarSquare Energy provides the option of using a Li-ion storage battery with Solar power plants for areas which suffer from frequent power failures. This battery unit can store the excess electricity produced during the day and acts as a backup for any electricity requirement during night or in the event of a power failure.

The production level of a solar plant depends on multiple factors like radiation levels, amount of sunlight received, plant design and quality of components. On an average, 1 kW solar plant produces 4 units of electricity per day.

Solar Power plants are used to power all types of heavy machinery in industrial plants as well as household electrical and electronic appliances. Since the electricity produced from the plant is fed in sync with your grid/diesel generator, there are no voltage fluctuations irrespective of the number of appliances you use.

The size of your Solar plant depends on the following factors

  • Your electricity consumption pattern
  • Available shadow free area
  • Solar irradiation in your area

Once you enlist your interest in a solar project, SolarSquare conducts a scientific mapping of the appropriate project size for you.

Net Metering is a system that gives solar energy owners credits for the power that they add to the grid. When solar panels produce excess power, that power is sent to the grid. And this power can be ‘taken back’ when the solar plants are not functioning – example, during the night. When a unit of solar energy that has been ‘net metered’, the bi-directional electricity meter will run backwards. Customers are billed only for the ‘net’ energy use.

The Solar Plant life is 25 years. The main components are solar panels and inverters. Solar panels have a warranty of 25 years and inverter warranty ranges from 5-12 years.

A Solar Rooftop module comprises minimal moving parts and hence has very low maintenance cost. SolarSquare Energy provides first 5-year maintenance free of cost to clients ensuring a hassle free experience for all our customers.

SolarSquare Energy has a UL certification (one of the highest quality and safety standards in the world) and ensures that no damage to the existing structures takes place during the installation or running of the solar plant. We use a multitude of techniques like non-penetrating structures and waterproofing solutions to ensure your roof’s integrity.

It is a good practice to clean the solar panels 1-2 times a month. It is safer to clean the panels early in the morning or at night when no incident sun rays are present and the power plant is not producing any electricity. You can simply use a clean wet cloth, soft nylon brush or sponge to wipe the surface but ensure the panels are clear of any moisture. Don’t use metal brushes or detergents as these may streak the glass of the panel.

Solar power plants can be installed on almost any type of roofs irrespective of their shape or material type. In cases where the construction material is brittle (Asbestos) or the roof integrity is compromised, SolarSquare Energy provides roof replacement solutions as part of the solar rooftop project.

The cost of a solar plant depends on its size, configuration and degree of supporting structures required. We provide you multiple options to choose from, designed specifically to meet your requirements.

Rooftop solar projects are among the most lucrative investments for industrial, commercial and residential projects. The breakeven is achieved in 2-4 years itself, while you enjoy savings for the project life of 25 years.

There are no subsidies available for commercial entities. For residential rooftop solar projects, subsidies are released by state governments intermittently. Whenever subsidy is applicable, SolarSquare Energy provides it upfront to the customer in the project cost itself. At present, the Madhya Pradesh government has released a lucrative solar subsidy for the residential sector. The various slabs of subsidy are -

Segment Solar Project size Subsidy
Individual house 1-3 kW 40%
Individual house 3-10 kW 40% upto 3 kW plus 20% for system above 3KW
Group Housing Societies/Residential Welfare Associations Upto 500 kW 20%

SolarSquare Energy provides the subsidy upfront as a direct discount to the consumers to ensure a hassle free experience.

In a Capex model, the entire investment comes from the power consumer. The consumer hires a solar EPC company who provides turnkey installation of the entire solar power system and hands over assets to consumers. EPC also does annual operation and maintenance (O&M) of plant. In the OPEX model, an investor or project developer (sometimes called Renewable Energy Service Company –RESCO) invests the CAPEX and the consumer pays for the energy consumed. Both consumer and developer sign a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) for an agreed tenure & tariff.

SolarSquare Energy provides lucrative EMI options while also facilitating collateral free loan facilities provided by various banking institutions for solar projects.

A solar rooftop system is a combination of many components that convert sunlight into usable electricity.

The components of a rooftop solar include the following -

  • Solar panels with PV cells
  • Solar inverter
  • Solar panel mounting structures
  • AC and DC cables
  • AC combiner box
  • DC combiner box
  • Earthing cables
  • MC4 connectors

A solar rooftop system works on the concept of conversion of sunlight into electricity. The phenomenon is known as the photovoltaic effect.

When sunlight falls on the PV cells in a solar panel, the sunlight is converted into electricity. The generated power is DC current. An AC combiner box is used to convert that DC power into usable AC power.

The generated AC electricity is fed into a bidirectional meter that supplies power to the house. It also exports excess power to the DISCOM (grid) and imports power from the grid if electricity generated by the rooftop solar system is not enough to cover the daily requirement.

Under the DBT scheme, the subsidy application process has become much easier. Here's a step-by-step breakdown:

  • Visit the National Portal for Rooftop Solar website.
  • Download the Sandes app from the website and install it.
  • Register as a customer on the Sandes app.
  • Once registered, a discom official will visit your home to assess technical feasibility.
  • After receiving the No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the official, choose SolarSquare as your solar installation company.
  • Discuss the project details with us and sign an agreement.
  • Upon receiving payment, we will commence the installation process.
  • We will then provide a work completion report and apply for a net meter installation on your behalf.
  • You will receive a commissioning certificate upon completion.
  • Submit your bank account information and upload a copy of a cancelled cheque through the National Portal for Rooftop Solar.
  • Once the fund handling agency receives your details, the subsidy will be credited to your bank account within 30 days.

By following these steps, you can smoothly complete the process and enjoy the benefits of solar energy.

If you are planning to install solar for home or housing societies, the solar panel for home price list we’ve curated will greatly help you. Here's the reference about the range of solar panels for home cost without a subsidy in India:

  • 1 kW rooftop solar system: ₹70,000 to ₹1,10,000
  • 3 kW rooftop solar system: ₹1,80,000 to ₹2,40,000
  • 5 kW rooftop solar system: ₹3,00,000 to ₹4,00,000
  • 2 kW rooftop solar system: ₹1,40,000 to ₹1,80,000
  • 4 kW rooftop solar system: ₹2,40,000 to ₹3,20,000
  • 10 kW rooftop solar system: ₹6,00,000 to ₹8,00,000

If you want to save money from the sun, Solar is the best investment for you. Solar allows you to save on your monthly electric bills plus it also allows you to save the planet by going green. Solar energy is a true form of renewable clean energy which leads to zero pollution (air, noise, land) and emits no greenhouse gases mitigating climate change.

Yes. The electricity produced by a solar power system is no different than the electricity you get from your electricity distribution company. The only difference is the source. Moreover, it is among the safest source of electricity consumption because it is neither hazardous nor does it release any toxic or harmful gases during production.

All you need to qualify for a solar system is - empty space on your roof and access to your rooftop. Just fill the project enquiry form on our website and our team will contact you to discuss your requirement. Once the project is finalised, we will take care of your entire plant design, installation and maintenance.

There are 3 types of Solar systems depending on whether the plant is linked to the power grid or battery systems for storage.

  • On-grid solar systems use common solar inverters and are connected to the public electricity grid. Any excess solar power that you generate is exported to the electricity grid and one usually get paid a feed-in-tariff or credits for the energy you export. The policy for getting credits for energy exported to the credit is termed as “Net-Metering Policy” and is available currently in most states of India.
  • Off-grid solar systems are not connected to the electricity grid and therefore requires battery storage. An off-grid solar system must be designed appropriately so that it will generate enough power throughout the year and have enough battery capacity to meet the home’s requirements, even in the depths of winter when there is less sunlight.
  • Hybrid solar systems combines solar and battery storage in one and are now available in many different forms and configurations. This means being able to store solar energy that is generated during the day and using it at night. When the stored energy is depleted, the grid is there as backup, allowing consumers to have the best of both worlds.

Yes, Solar panels do produce electricity in cloudy or rainy weather albeit with reduced efficiency. This fall in production is considered in the unit generation estimates provided for every project.

No, rooftop solar PV does not function or generate electricity during a blackout due to safety reasons. Since blackouts occur when the electricity grid is damaged. If a solar inverter was still feeding electricity into a damaged grid it would risk the safety of the people repairing the fault in the network. SolarSquare Energy provides the option of using a Li-ion storage battery with Solar power plants for areas which suffer from frequent power failures. This battery unit can store the excess electricity produced during the day and acts as a backup for any electricity requirement during night or in the event of a power failure.

The production level of a solar plant depends on multiple factors like radiation levels, amount of sunlight received, plant design and quality of components. On an average, 1 kW solar plant produces 4 units of electricity per day.

Solar Power plants are used to power all types of heavy machinery in industrial plants as well as household electrical and electronic appliances. Since the electricity produced from the plant is fed in sync with your grid/diesel generator, there are no voltage fluctuations irrespective of the number of appliances you use.

The size of your Solar plant depends on the following factors

  • Your electricity consumption pattern
  • Available shadow free area
  • Solar irradiation in your area

Once you enlist your interest in a solar project, SolarSquare conducts a scientific mapping of the appropriate project size for you.

Net Metering is a system that gives solar energy owners credits for the power that they add to the grid. When solar panels produce excess power, that power is sent to the grid. And this power can be ‘taken back’ when the solar plants are not functioning – example, during the night. When a unit of solar energy that has been ‘net metered’, the bi-directional electricity meter will run backwards. Customers are billed only for the ‘net’ energy use.

The Solar Plant life is 25 years. The main components are solar panels and inverters. Solar panels have a warranty of 25 years and inverter warranty ranges from 5-12 years.

A Solar Rooftop module comprises minimal moving parts and hence has very low maintenance cost. SolarSquare Energy provides first 5-year maintenance free of cost to clients ensuring a hassle free experience for all our customers.

SolarSquare Energy has a UL certification (one of the highest quality and safety standards in the world) and ensures that no damage to the existing structures takes place during the installation or running of the solar plant. We use a multitude of techniques like non-penetrating structures and waterproofing solutions to ensure your roof’s integrity.

It is a good practice to clean the solar panels 1-2 times a month. It is safer to clean the panels early in the morning or at night when no incident sun rays are present and the power plant is not producing any electricity. You can simply use a clean wet cloth, soft nylon brush or sponge to wipe the surface but ensure the panels are clear of any moisture. Don’t use metal brushes or detergents as these may streak the glass of the panel.

Solar power plants can be installed on almost any type of roofs irrespective of their shape or material type. In cases where the construction material is brittle (Asbestos) or the roof integrity is compromised, SolarSquare Energy provides roof replacement solutions as part of the solar rooftop project.

The cost of a solar plant depends on its size, configuration and degree of supporting structures required. We provide you multiple options to choose from, designed specifically to meet your requirements.

Rooftop solar projects are among the most lucrative investments for industrial, commercial and residential projects. The breakeven is achieved in 2-4 years itself, while you enjoy savings for the project life of 25 years.

There are no subsidies available for commercial entities. For residential rooftop solar projects, subsidies are released by state governments intermittently. Whenever subsidy is applicable, SolarSquare Energy provides it upfront to the customer in the project cost itself. At present, the Madhya Pradesh government has released a lucrative solar subsidy for the residential sector. The various slabs of subsidy are -

Segment Solar Project size Subsidy
Individual house 1-3 kW 40%
Individual house 3-10 kW 40% upto 3 kW plus 20% for system above 3KW
Group Housing Societies/Residential Welfare Associations Upto 500 kW 20%

SolarSquare Energy provides the subsidy upfront as a direct discount to the consumers to ensure a hassle free experience.

In a Capex model, the entire investment comes from the power consumer. The consumer hires a solar EPC company who provides turnkey installation of the entire solar power system and hands over assets to consumers. EPC also does annual operation and maintenance (O&M) of plant. In the OPEX model, an investor or project developer (sometimes called Renewable Energy Service Company –RESCO) invests the CAPEX and the consumer pays for the energy consumed. Both consumer and developer sign a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) for an agreed tenure & tariff.

SolarSquare Energy provides lucrative EMI options while also facilitating collateral free loan facilities provided by various banking institutions for solar projects.

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