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Orb opens solar water heating plant in Bengaluru

By NewsGram staff writer

Bengaluru: On Monday, Orb Energy Ltd, a renewable energy solutions provider, unveiled its new plant in Bengaluru to produce solar water heating systems for user industry.

“The 25,000 square feet new plant will produce solar water heating systems with a durable ceramic finish to handle hard water, which is more prevent in the country,” the city-based company said in a statement.

With 2,000 systems per month, the plant will enable the company to expand its business in the country and step up exports with its product range.

“We plan to expand our presence in new states with 350 branches over the next three years in addition to 150 we have in eight states across the country,” Orb chief executive Damian Miller said in the statement.

The company’s heating systems also help residential customers to save up to 60 percent on power bills and are cost effective for commercial users such as hotels, hostels, hospitals and clinics.


(With inputs from IANS)



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