Sarthak Resorts, located in Khakhnal, Manali, in the Kullu, Himachal Pradesh district, has taken a significant step towards sustainable energy by installing a solar water heating system. The resort has partnered with Intersolar, a renowned provider of solar energy solutions, to implement a solar water heating system with a capacity of 5000 liters per day (LPD) and a collector area of 100 square meters. This project aims to harness the sun’s power to meet the resort’s hot water requirements while reducing reliance on conventional energy sources. The solar water heating system at Sarthak Resorts has a capacity of 5000 LPD. This means it can produce up to 5000 liters of hot water per day, catering to the needs of the resort’s guests and staff.
Project Type :
Solar water heating system
100 sq. m
Dist. Kullu, Himachal Pradesh
Adhering to local regulations and obtaining the necessary permits for installing the solar water heating system was complex. The project team navigated the bureaucratic procedures and ensured safety standards and building codes compliance. Integrating the solar water heating system with the existing plumbing and heating infrastructure of the resort required careful planning and coordination. Additionally, regular maintenance and periodic inspections were essential to ensure the optimal performance and longevity of the system.
The solar water heating system installed by Sartak Resorts at their location in Khakhnal, Manali, District Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, was a successful project solution implemented by the company. The system, sourced from Intersolar, has a capacity of 5000 litres per day (LPD) and a collector area of 100 square meters. The successful functioning of the solar water heating system at Sarthak Resorts is a testament to the effectiveness and reliability of Intersolar’s technology. The system is designed to efficiently capture solar radiation and convert it into usable heat energy, ensuring a constant hot water supply for the resort’s needs.