June 2024

EcoSoch and Plugzmart come together for the first EV Charging Station at SMR Vinay Galaxy Apartment

By |2024-06-26T17:11:24+05:30June 26th, 2024|

EcoSoch and Plugzmart have come together for the very first installation of an EV charger right here at SMR Vinay Galaxy Apartment, Hoodi, Bangalore in the month of April. We are delighted to collaborate with Plugzmart who are one of the leading charger manufacturers in India, delivering innovative, efficient, and sustainable solutions.  [...]

How solar panel issues are resolved by EcoSoch’s in-house service team – SolarCare

By |2024-06-21T17:30:26+05:30June 21st, 2024|

How solar panel issues are resolved by EcoSoch's in-house service team - SolarCare To reap the full benefits of the solar investment, regular maintenance and professional support are essential. SolarCare provides solutions to issues like internet connectivity, generation issues, component failure or any issue with electricity bill and BESCOM. SolarCare has [...]

EcoSoch Reflects on the Success of Its First EV Charging Station at Salarpuria Greenage, Bangalore

By |2024-06-15T11:50:44+05:30June 15th, 2024|

EcoSoch Reflects on the Success of Its First EV Charging Station at Salarpuria Greenage, Bangalore EcoSoch is thrilled to highlight the success of its inaugural electric vehicle (EV) charging station, launched in September 2021 at Salarpuria Greenage, Bangalore. This milestone underscores our commitment to advancing sustainable mobility and green technologies in [...]

April 2024

Sweeping Success: The Power of Maintenance and Cleaning in Solar Panel Generation/Performance

By |2024-04-02T12:18:34+05:30April 1st, 2024|

On 24/02/2024, EcoSoch's Solarcare team carried out its routine panel cleaning of one of our installations at Brigade Altamont. The capacity of the system is 100.8kWp with SolarEdge inverter technology: Description Specifications Capacity 100.8kWp Modules REC 400Wp - 252 modules Solar Inverter SolarEdge SE27.6k x 3 inverters System Type Grid Synchronous, net metered [...]

March 2024

Apartment Rooftop Solar: Solutions & Subsidy Opportunities in Bangalore

By |2024-03-26T17:42:35+05:30March 14th, 2024|

Why should Apartments go for Rooftop Solar? Cost Savings: Rooftop solar installations can significantly reduce the common area electricity bills for apartment complexes by generating their own clean energy. With solar power, apartments can offset a portion of their energy consumption from the grid, leading to substantial long-term savings. Additionally, government subsidies [...]

Solar rooftop subsidy scheme from Central Govt for residential consumers

By |2024-03-08T13:50:43+05:30March 8th, 2024|

About the Solar subsidy scheme - The Central Govt. has launched the PM – Surya Ghar: Muft Bijli Yojana through which residential customers (Individual homeowners) can install solar rooftop system on their premises and avail the subsidy (or Central Financial Assistance - CFA) directly from the Central Government. To facilitate this scheme, Ministry of [...]

BESCOM online services down for 10 days

By |2024-03-08T11:54:23+05:30March 8th, 2024|

BESCOM services disrupted - During the period of March 10 to 19, Bescom's online services will experience a temporary disruption lasting 10 days due to scheduled software upgrades. This will affect services including the Rooftop Solar application portal, electricity bill payments, new connections, name changes, and tariff adjustments. Despite this, Bescom assures consumers that there [...]

July 2023

BESCOM SRTPV Policy for FY-23/24

By |2023-07-07T10:29:49+05:30July 6th, 2023|

BESCOM SRTPV Policy for FY-23/24 BESCOM has released the policy for Grid connected Solar Rooftop Photo Voltaic plants (SRTPV) for the fiscal year 2023-24. This policy will be effective till 31st Mar 2024. Here are the highlights: No more PPAs for Residences till 10kWp Now, when you submit your application, which includes the Power [...]

June 2021

KERC Revises Electricity bills For FY2021-22

By |2021-06-17T01:14:13+05:30June 17th, 2021|

KARNATAKA ELECTRICITY REGULATORY COMMISSION Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) has revised the electricity bills for the Financial Year (FY) 2021-22 across the Karnataka State with effect from April 1st 2021. The Commission has approved an average increase in tariff by 30 (thirty) paise per unit (considering increase in Fixed/ Demand and Energy charges) for [...]

April 2020

MNRE To Treat Lockdown Due To Covid-19 as Force Majeure

By |2020-04-22T12:31:51+05:30April 21st, 2020|

"With the MNRE lockdown extension, all the solar rooftop customers of Bescom in Bangalore whose projects were stalled due to Covid, could be relieved from not being able to complete the projects with the deadlines as per their Power purchase agreement. ” Ministry of New and Renewable Energy ( MNRE ) has issued a [...]