Mankind’s race towards greater industrialization has been threatened by the twin dangers of pollution hazards and rapid depletion of conventional energy resources. Scientists working on this problem have found a solution in non-conventional sources of energy among which Solar Energy seems to be the most viable.

NRG was established 1985 by a group of technocrats who recognized the need to tap into this abundant and inexhaustible reservoir of sun’s energy. The company was formed as a partnership firm and was later converted into a private limited company.

NRG is a group of dedicated technocrats who believe in transforming ideas of great potential into pragmatic projects. NRG realized the massive savings in terms of costs that could be made if Solar Energy is harnessed. The continuous flow of energy unaffected by power cuts or transmission losses; its safety and low maintenance requirements; and to top it all it is absolutely pollution free. And in India, no part of the country is too remote for the sun’s ubiquitous rays to penetrate. Thus NRG, the intrepid venturer that they are, began to specialize in renewable energy and heat transfer systems.

Their sedulous efforts have resulted in their ability to cater to two broad spheres: domestic and industrial. The domestic sphere has been benefited by appliances like solar water heaters (solar geysers), solar cookers, solar lanterns and solar home lighting. While the industrial world has gained enormously by Solar Hot Water systems, Solar Hot Air systems and Solar Dryers.

We, at NRG Technologists Pvt. Ltd. believe in offering quality products and services to our customers. The company has not only obtained the BIS certification for its products but has also established quality procedures for its entire operations ranging from purchase of raw materials to providing quality service to the customers. These procedures are as per ISO 9001:2000 and the company has now been certified for compliance to ISO 90011:2000 by JAS-ANZ (Joint Accreditation System by Australia and New Zealand).

Did You Know?

In one hour more sunlight falls on the earth than what is used by the entire population in one year.