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Water scarcity is a problem that is gripping the major metro cities of the world, the main culprit is not availability but undue wastage.

Most of the people who have easy access to resources like water have careless attitude toward this kind of issues but people who face this problem knows the worth of clean drinkable water. Some even say third world war will neither be fought for oil nor boundaries but water, many would not be live it but its the truth, it's already a polling agenda in developing countries like India.

Then the answer we seek is what is the solution to the problem, honestly not a single person can make a change, neither we can stop the consumption, because we are used to the lifestyle, but we can at least try to stop the wastage. The barrier on wastage not only gives us more financial savings, it also helps the environment and water cycle which in turn ensures that we save water for our future and what is the barrier, its none other than "Water Overflow Alarm" Then one may ask why should I spend my hard earned money for an issue that neither the government nor the society seems concerned about, if that is what you think, ask yourself again who are you struggling, earning and saving for; most will answer "my children" then tell yourself, the generation you are saving for will not drink or eat money, they need water to live and who will they blame if we leave lesser option to them rather than to fight over something today we are so careless about and if we think we are safe today because we have a plenty of water, then never forget Tsunami, irregular rainfalls, floods in parts of world never expected and why are we so little hearted that we cannot even spend the price of a "Pizza" to show our love towards mother nature and secure over future.

This Water level controllers Indicator is highly recommended for metro cities or areas where drinking water is supplied through pipelines which are further distributed in homes, hotels, societies etc.

At large our systems not only help you but your neighbors and society also as it reduces the wastage of water by cutting down any further overflow than what you need.
It is a must for big houses, bungalows, corporate, hospitals and multi storey buildings, especially in the metros where there is no fixed time for water supply.
We are determined to work to make your lives easier, not only with water level controllers and indicators but also with our other products like Remote controlled electrical switches, which don't only make our customers happy but also are lighter on the pocket
Our products are ideally suited for water supply in Buildings, Industrial Water (DM, DI, Filtration Units, Softening Plants, Utilities), Oil (Fuel, Lubrication, Edible, Cosmetic), Treatment plants (Effluent, Water Waste, Sewage), Dyes & Chemicals, Breweries & Distilleries, Pharmaceuticals & Cosmetics Industries. Our motto is any liquid, any tank, any pump, anyway.

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India is densely populated and has high solar isolation, an ideal combination for using solar power in India. In the solar energy sector, some large projects have been proposed, and a 35,000 km2 (14,000 sq mi) area of the Thar Desert has been set aside for solar power projects, sufficient to generate 700 to 2,100 GW.

In July 2009, India unveiled a US$19 billion plan to produce 20 GW of solar power by 2020.[1] Under the plan, the use of solar-powered equipment and applications would be made compulsory in all government buildings, as well as hospitals and hotels.[2]In January 2015, the Indian government significantly expanded its solar plans, targeting US$100 billion of investment and 100 GW of solar capacity by 2022.[3]

According to a 2011 report by BRIDGE TO INDIA and GTM Research, India is facing a perfect storm of factors that will drive solar photovoltaic (PV) adoption at a "furious pace over the next five years and beyond". The falling prices of PV panels, mostly from China but also from the U.S., has coincided with the growing cost of grid power in India. Government support and ample solar resources have also helped to increase solar adoption, but perhaps the biggest factor has been need. India, "as a growing economy with a surging middle class, is now facing a severe electricity deficit that often runs between 10% and 13% of daily need".[4] India is planning to install the World's largest Solar Power Plant with 4,000 MW Capacity near Sambhar Lake in Rajasthan.[5]

There are various factors that we need to consider before investing into a solar power plant. A lot of enthusiasm has been seen among people about the use of Solar Energy as a substitute of conventional sources of energy. However, currently, with the power subsidies in India, solar works economical only in those areas that are using diesel generators as a primary source of electricity. The entire payback is made in 2–3 years. Solar system for petrol pumps is a leading example of such an application. IOCL is leading the race for solarization of petrol pumps with aggressive targets. Solar applications for petrol pumps by RelyOn Solar has been installed in more than 150 IOCL petrol pumps across India and now other oil companies are also looking to solarize their ROs. Solar installations for commercial buildings, where the electricity rates are higher, are also proving to be a game changer for the owners of IT companies.

On 16 May 2011, India’s first 5 MW of installed capacity solar power project was registered under the Clean Development Mechanism. The project is in Sivagangai Village, Sivaganga district, Tamil Nadu.