Reliance Solar Group Middle East and Africa Exclusive Distributors is PTL Solar

Dr. Farooq Abdullah, Minister for New and Renewable Energy, Government of India, inaugurated the first exclusive international Reliance Showroom at the Dubai Creek Towers in Deira. Rabindra Satpathy, President of Reliance Solar Group was also at inauguration ceremony and informed that PTL solar is appointed as exclusive distributors for the Middle East and Africa region for Reliance Solar Group which is a part of Reliance Industries Ltd controlled by CMD, Mukesh Ambani.

PTL Solar, experts in solar street lighting solutions and part of Green Energy, has become the exclusive distributor in the Middle East and Africa for Reliance Solar Group, part of Reliance Industries, one of India’s largest private sector enterprises. PTL Solar is highly commended and appreciated at the Power Generation and Water Solutions Middle East Awards 2009 for ”ENERGY EFFICIENCY” AND “POWER GENERATION AND WATER SOLUTIONS INNOVATION OF THE YEAR AWARD 2009“:. The company is also expert in solar street lighting solutions and part of Green Energy LLC.

Business partners, suppliers, and customers of PTL Solar, as well as a few members of a delegation from the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) also attended the event. Prabissh Thomas, Managing Director of PTL Solar, briefed guests about the offerings of the showroom and the details of the distributorship agreement with Reliance Solar Group.

Reliance Solar Group specialises in solutions ranging from solar lanterns, home lighting and street lighting to water purification, refrigeration and solar air conditioners — all based on solar energy.

As part of its campaign to transform the existing lighting system into solar-based applications, PTL Solar has supplied its solar energy outdoor lighting units GRENlite to Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) as well as Tecom Investments’ Dubai Outsource Zone and Dubai Internet City.

In addition, the company has installed solar car park lights for Nakheel in the Waterfront project, as well as illuminated the first automotive factory in the UAE for heavy vehicles assembled by Scania.

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