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Data Centres

Data Centre
Data Centres
Data Centres can save millions by going solar

Driven by favourable policies, increased digitisation, and an exponential increase in data consumption, the Data Centres (DCs) in India are expected to grow by 5x in the next 5 year. However, the DCs are huge energy guzzlers and do require uninterrupted power throughout their operations – most of it is to run the equipment and keep the machines cool. Owing to stringent environmental norms and net-zero commitments, there is a dire need for DCs to achieve green power supply. SunSource Energy provides clean energy solutions to the DCs to support their energy transition.

250TWH

Electricity Use by
Data Centres in 2020

5X

Expected growth by
2027 in India

60%

Electricity can by provided from
Solar by SunSource Energy

Why SunSource Energy?

Client Success

SunSource Energy is helping some of the world’s leading organizations with their energy transition.

RSPL Group FMCG

Off-Site Solar

RSPL Group

India’s leading conglomerate’s clean energy transition with SunSource Energy

Jamia Millia Islamia Schools, Colleges and Universities

On-Site Solar

Jamia Millia Islamia

Jamia Millia Islamia's Solar Initiative: Paving the Way to Sustainable Energy

Jindal India Limited Manufacturing and Industrial

On-Site Solar

Jindal India Limited

Towards Net Zero: Jindal India Limited's Path to Sustainable Steel Manufacturing.

Our Solutions

Off-Site Solar
Reduce your energy bills and support your net-zero targets, with energy from one of our large ground-mount off-site solar plants
Round-The-Clock Power
Offset your diesel-based energy consumption with reliable hybrid solar system
On-Site Solar
Cut down your energy bills by converting your rooftop, parking lot or surplus land into a source of clean energy

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the various Open Access charges?

Each state has different regulations for Open access projects. Hence, charges for such projects vary with its location and procurement model. However, most states do have favourable policies for open access and have generally exempted Open Access projects from many of these charges.

Various charges under the Open Access mechanism include:

Transmission charges - Charges are payable to the transmission company for using the transmission infrastructure.

Wheeling charges - Charges are payable to the distribution company for using the infrastructure.

Transmission losses and Wheeling losses- These are the electricity losses incurred during the transmission and distribution of power.

Cross-subsidy surcharge (CSS) - These are payable by commercial and industrial buyers to fund the tariff subsidy for agricultural and residential buyers.

Additional surcharge (AS)

Banking charges

Which power procurement models can be used in Open Access?

The important models are:

  • Captive
  • Group Captive
  • Third Party PPA:
What do you mean by Open Access Power?

Open access power is a regulatory mechanism that allows a grid-connected bulk consumer with a connected load of 1MW or above to meet a part of or their entire electricity requirements via alternate energy sources.