Rooftop Solar for Industrial & Commercial Sectors


Solar Mango presents focussed rooftop solar PV solutions for specific industrial and commercial sectors. Each sector’s page discusses the unique characteristics and constraints faced by the sector, and the parameters that should be considered when designing solar solutions for them.

We also provide Our Recommendation as a starting point to base your solution when designing a solution that works best for you.



We currently analyse 11 sectors, covering

  1. Solar for Banks
  2. Solar for Colleges
  3. Solar for Dairy Farms
  4. Solar for Factories
  5. Solar for Foundries
  6. Solar for Hospitals
  7. Solar for Hotels
  8. Solar for Office Buildings
  9. Solar for Shopping Malls
  10. Solar for Software Companies & BPOs
  11. Solar for Warehouses


Solar for Bank

Most of your electrical load is during the day but your security systems need to function reliably at night as well. How can solar power supply both? Read our analysis

Solar for Colleges

You have a large area of unutilised rooftop space and your load peaks during daytime when you get the most solar power – but there is very little load during vacations and you require a great deal of hot water. What kind of a solar plant would best suit you? Read our analysis

Solar for Dairy Farms

The wide variety of electrical loads found in a dairy farm requires special design considerations for a solar plant that integrates with your infrastructure, which may only feed specific loads. Read our analysis

Solar for Factories

Can a solar PV plant be installed on metal-roofed factory sheds? Can a solar PV plant help your factory save on its diesel bills? Yes, provided it is designed to integrate well with your diesel generators. Read our analysis


Solar for Foundries

With energy occupying a high portion of your production cost, solar can give you a competitive edge by fixing your energy cost for 25 years. What kind of solar plant would work best for a foundry? Read our analysis

Solar for Hospitals

Lifesaving equipment requires uninterrupted power, but solar is an intermittent source. What configuration of solar plant can run your critical equipment without interruption? Read our analysis


Solar for Hotels

The guest experience can never be compromise, and guests are present round the clock. Air conditioning consumes a lot of energy and diesel bills are rapidly increasing. How can a rooftop solar plant help in saving costs without compromising on guest comfort? Read our analysis

Solar for Office Buildings

With most energy consumption during the day, offices are ideally suited for solar PV. The power plant will need to be designed to accommodate heavy air conditioning and similar loads. Read our analysis


Solar for Shopping Malls

With large crowds for 12 hours a day or more, shopping malls require a reliable supply of power for air conditioning and lighting even during the daytime. How can you make best use of your ample roof space to reduce your energy bills? Read our analysis

Solar for Software Companies & BPOs

It’s a 24/7 operation and some loads, like servers, are never turned off. Air conditioning represents half your energy bill. How can solar reduce your energy bills and help meet client SLAs? Read our analysis


Solar for Warehouses

Your warehouse is located in a grid-scarce area but stores perishables and has a heavy refrigeration load. Storage is also seasonal. What kind of a solar plant would best suit these needs? Read our analysis