Su-vastika becomes India’s First Start-up To Get Start Explore House Certificate
Su-vastika Systems Private Limited (Gurugram, Haryana) has received recognition from the Indian government as a Star Export House owing to its success in exporting. This new development has finally made Su-vastika Systems the first hardware startup to receive the much-renowned accreditation.
Speaking about their success, Khushbhoo Sachdev, CEO of the company, said, “I am proud to announce that the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (Government of India) has recognized Su-vastika Systems Private limited as a star exporter.”
Su-vastika, a power company based out of Gurugram, is fast penetrating the energy market by introducing technology-driven goods built on cutting-edge proprietary technology. India is moving toward a more sustainable future thanks to its power storage system, and Su-vastika is committed to leading this change.
Led by Khushboo Sachdev, the company seeks to disrupt and transform the solar energy and backup market with an extraordinary team of professionals from a range of sectors.
Su-vastika develops solutions that assist in overcoming power storage difficulties as a specialist in the power generation and storage field.
One of the company’s top offerings is a solar inverter that can handle both off-grid and on-grid solar electricity. In addition, they also provide hybrid off-grid solar inverter/UPS systems, PCU storage options, solar panels, online UPS, and residential UPS. Single-phase high-capacity inverter/ups systems is another of their well-known offering.
The company’s solar energy storage solutions can now supply homes, businesses, and even larger organizations with all of their energy requirements. They are widely spread over regions like South-East Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.
Their objective is to create more advanced technologies and make progressive improvements in order to grab worldwide markets. Recently, Su-vastika has also developed and patented a car EV charger technology for automobiles which has been created using isolated transformers.