Solar Technologies convert sunlight into electrical energy through photovoltaic (PV) panels or mirrors that concentrate solar radiation. This energy can then be consumed or stored in batteries or thermal storage. As a renewable power source, solar energy has an important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating climate change.
Solar panels don’t use any water to generate electricity, they don’t release harmful gases into the environment and the source of energy is ABUNDANT and best of all FREE. For every megawatt-hour of solar energy we use, we could offset anywhere between a half to one tonne of carbon dioxide.

We are planning to install a 500 KW or ½ MW solar panel set up at our manufacturing plant which can help us to reduce around ¼ a tonne of carbon dioxide every hour. Just imagine, how incredible it would be if we all could switch to solar power. Even a small system installed can contribute significantly to reducing the overall carbon footprint.

The team of Robust Autocomp Pvt Ltd is concerned for the environment and is trying to do its best to reduce the damage we cause to the environment in smaller ways. The change in our day-to-day practices can lead to a bigger change and together we can make Earth a safe shelter for generations to come.

World Environment Day is the United Nation’s main vehicle for encouraging action and awareness in terms of protecting the environment. It aims to prevent damage to the environment through human activities and protect the Earth. 5th June World Environment Day serves as a reminder to take different steps and adopt ways to safeguard the environment.

To restore our planet, we must find ways to prevent, halt, and reverse the damage that has been done. It is time to stop exploiting the Earth and start healing it with healthy ecosystems, we can also improve people’s livelihoods and stop our biodiversity from collapsing.

As a responsible human we, at Robust Autocomp Pvt Ltd. have decided to do our bit to decrease the harm caused to the environment. In the year 2024, we are planning to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels for power generation which accelerates Global warming. Instead, we are relying on nature’s Power House for electricity generation i.e. SOLAR ENERGY.