The only player to come up with the 'Smart Grid' technology enabled Power Controller Units (PCU), Borg Astra Plus Home Series was unveiled by brand ambassador Dipika Pallikal, who is a world renowned squash player and Arjuna Awardee.
The Borg Brand of Astra plus home series are priced from Rs 50,000 onwards.
The fully loaded Borg Astra Plus Home Series generates maximum power output which is a significant improvement over its earlier Borg Astra Home Series.
Coming in four variants - 500BX, 1000ZXI, 1500ZXI and 2500ZXI, Borg Astra Plus Home Series has the potential to save 60 percent of households electricity bills. With a conversion efficiency of 98 percent and less than 3 milli seconds transfer time, the Borg Astra Plus Home Series, an improved version of the BORG Astra Home Series, is an alternative to facing massive power shortages.
Speaking on the occasion, Boaz Augustin, Jr, Managing Director, Asia Pacific, BORG Energy India Private Limited, said "Borg's endeavour has always been towards empowering people to generate their own power. We are delighted to launch our Astra Plus Home Series micro solar power plants that give every household the freedom from power cuts. We seek to empower people to make alternative green power a way of life and look at 'Solar' as a priority medium to generate uninterrupted power supply. Off grid household micro solar power plants are a feasible option, especially in India, which receives 300 clear sunny days in a year".
M.S. Sundararajan, Independent Director, BORG Energy India Private Limited said,"To make solar power more affordable in the household category, BorgEnergy India Private Limited has associated with Bajaj FinSERV Lending to offer the 'Solar Finance Scheme' - an easy EMI scheme at very low rates of interest."
"Under this Solar Finance Scheme, customers, pan-India, can now avail of solar loans to purchase the BORG Branded Astra Plus Home Series Range. The company has also entered into a tie up with Shriram City Union Finance Limited, to provide the same facility to customers in Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and Andhra Pradesh," he said.
--IBNS (Posted on 07-11-2013)