We are glad to introduce us as a team of enthusiastic experts with extensive experience in the field of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) technology and its implementation in Nepal. Formally registered in June of 1999, Suryodaya Urja Pvt. Ltd. is currently a leading Solar PV systems integrator and implementer in the country. Suryodaya Urja is pre-qualified by Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC) of Government of Nepal (GoN) to manufacture/ integrate/ install solar PV systems for Government Subsidy programs.
The quality management system of Suryodaya Urja is certified as complying to International Quality Standard ISO9001:2008 as of January 2003 (then ISO9001:2000). Suryodaya Urja is the first company of its kind in Nepal to receive such certification. It has also consistently been successful in falling in category ‘A’ whenever AEPC (along with Energy Sector Assistance Programme (ESAP) supported by DANIDA, NORAD and GTZ) classified pre-qualified companies into category A, B & C. This is also a unique achievement of Suryodaya Urja.
Suryodaya Urja boasts a nation wide network of 3 regional offices, 3 branch offices and dealers/ agents spread all over the expanse of the mid hill districts (where solar power is most suitable) numbering around 50.
From January 2000 to October 2009 Suryodaya Urja has implemented well over 55,000 solar home lighting systems and several hundred larger standalone PV systems to run computers, office equipment, FM stations and medical equipment (including solar vaccine refrigerators). Suryodaya Urja is currently (June 2010) implementing 15 kWp system for a boarding school in Kathmandu. It has also designed and installed tens of PV pumping systems (including one with 7.5 kWp array to lift 30,000 liters of water per day at a head of around 150 m.) for drinking water projects.
Suryodaya Urja can implement projects in turnkey basis starting right from the design works to installation and commissioning. Suryodaya Urja also executes site surveys, feasibility studies, and preparation of project proposals and report writing on possible power solutions for remote off-grid areas.