Indian Start-Up Aims to Revolutionize Solar Accessibility

Savera has launched its website, aimed at boosting solar adoption in India.

New Delhi, India, March 25, 2019 --( Sunscore took the wraps off a web-based application aimed at educating people about solar installation on their rooftop. Intended to curb the menace of growing power and energy consumption in India, solar energy is the next potential source to look at, and Sunscore helps you understand how. With a high-quality website at the forefront of their offering, Savera is looking forward to moving the Indian energy sector into a sustainable model.

With the advent of sophisticated technology, the presence of the web-based application and more importantly the popularity of the app-culture, Sunscore seeks to deliver quick and seamless results considering the feasibility of installation of rooftop solar implementation in localities. The website requests minimal information like location and selection of your rooftop outline to get an analysis of your property’s Sunscore; the numeric connotation denoting the feasibility of your rooftop to go solar. The score is a mark that is allotted to the concerned space on a scale of 0-100. The closer the score to 100, the better is your roof-top for a solar plant. The score is allotted based on different factors like property, location, roof type, electricity tariff, state electricity policies, and others.

The modern-day power and energy industry is concerned with shifting the mainstream power usage to a more greener and sustainable source. Solar energy is the next generation of energy; greener, cleaner and in abundance, that can be produced locally, easy and low cost. It not only engages the unused space for energy production but also salvages from the burden of rising electricity prices. Keeping in mind the scarcity of time and the need for an on-the-go approach, Sunscore helps you check your roof remotely within minutes. Since Sunscore ( has been created for the people in order to educate them on the topic of solar, it is free to use for all.
Ankit Sheoran