Aurore was one of the first organisations in India to actively start installing and studying renewable energy systems, in particular solar, in the early 80s. The first projects were implemented at its home base, Auroville, where Aurore's first major venture was the installation of 132 solar pumping systems in the community during 1993-94.
This was followed in 1997 by another large project -the 36.6. kWp Matrimandir solar power plant, the largest of its kind in South India at the time.
At the start of the new millennium, Aurore India ventured out of Auroville for a large-scale solar pumping project in northern India, where it installed over 500 solar pumping systems on rural farms in Punjab. Download the presentation.
This project firmly put Aurore on the Indian renewable energy circuit. It established our reputation as a reliable provider, integrator and installer of renewable energy systems and applications with expertise in turnkey project management.
Since then, Aurore India has successfully executed renewable energy projects all over the country. It takes pride in having completed projects in some of the remotest areas of Gujarat, Ladakh, Orissa, and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Look at our blog for an overview of our work, including our most recent projects.