We, North East Agency Private Ltd. is active in bringing renewable energy(e.g. Solar Energy) as the alternative source of energy in the mainstream of our country by generating electric power especially in the rural /Urban areas as well as in the necessary sectors where other power sources are lacking/very expensive to arrange. We implement various On Grid/Off Grid/standalone system, SPV Power Plant as well as sale, installation and maintenance of Solar Home Lighting System, Solar street Light, Solar Lantern, Solar Water Heater & solar Irrigation system. Our company have credential since last 4 (four) years in the same line and tie up with Assam Gramin Vikash Bank (AGVB). We have completed various solar projects in various place successfully.

The company’s vision is to bring professionalism into its various operations and to develop a positive and forward looking culture towards customers satisfaction.

Our Associate Bankers
» Assam Gramin Vikash Bank
» Langpi Dehangi Rural Bank
» UCO Bank
» Meghalaya Rural Bank

About Solar Energy

Energy from the Sun not only sustains life on earth but is also the source of almost all forms of energy used by man. Fossil fuels such as coal and oil represent solar energy that was received on earth millions of years ago and converted into other forms. Renewable sources of energy such as wind, hydropower, biomass and ocean energy are also indirect forms of solar energy.

Solar energy, experienced by us as heat and light, can be used in a number of ways and for many applications. The two Principal routes and technologies of solar energy utilization are:

The thermal route using the heat for heating, cooling, drying, water purification and power generation;

The photovoltaic route which converts the light into electricity which can then be used for a variety of purposes such as lighting, pumping, communications and refrigeration etc.

Energy from Sun has many features, which make it an attractive option such as its widespread distribution, pollution-free nature and virtually inexhaustible supply. India receives solar energy equivalent to over 5,000 trillion KWh / year which is far more than the total energy consumption of the country. The daily average solar energy incident varies from 4 - 5 KWh/m2 depending upon the location. There are around 250 - 300 Sunny days in most parts of the country. If 1% of the total land area is used to generate electricity from this radiation at a net efficiency of only 1%, it will be possible to produce about 300,000 MW of power.

The potential of the solar energy in meeting the growing energy needs of the country was recognized in mid 70s. Research and development efforts in both solar thermal and photovoltaic routes were initiated. Several applications were developed and demonstrated during the 80s. These efforts received an impetus with the establishment of Ministry of New & Renewable Energy Sources (MNRE). The Ministry's programmes helped in R&D, demonstration, commercialization and utilization activities in respect of a wide variety of renewable energy technologies. The programmes are implemented through a network of state level agencies, industrial, research and academic organizations and non-governmental bodies.