Ingersoll Rand celebrate its 100 years in India

Ingersoll Rand puts the spotlight on sustainability with the launch of a Solar Energy plant at its Naroda based factory

The company celebrates with its 1300 strong employees base across India

Ingersoll Rand is one of the first few companies to promote ‘Make in India for the world’

Ingersoll Rand India, a leader in mission-critical flow creation and industrial technologies, kicked-off its centennial celebrations with the launch of its solar plant at Naroda, Gujarat. The company aims at accelerating its sustainability commitment and reducing dependence on conventional energy by almost 40% with almost 1800 solar panels’ installation at the facility totalling capacity of 800 kWp.

The project is implemented with monoperc panels enabling proven performance ratio of 80% and offsetting Carbon footprints by approx. 1000 tons a year. For the purpose, an existing structure of cable trays has been repurposed to house seven inverters without adding additional structural footprint. The solar inaugural event is clubbed with Ingersoll Rand India 100 years celebration at Naroda plant. The event is flooded with fun-filled activities in the presence of leadership, employees, customers and channel partners.