Location: India India
Founded in: 2018
Stage: Revenue generating
Number of employees: 1-5
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SunEmison Solar

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Company description

SunEmison Solar is Manufacturing, Engineering, Procurement & Construction company engaged to develop Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) are defined as photovoltaic materials that replace conventional building materials in components of the building envelope, such as the roof, skylights or facades. They serve as a class of solar products in which the PV component both converts light to electricity and also replace a building component. registered in Chhattisgarh as a private limited company, offering solar power block in solar power solutions. SunEmison is recognized startups by department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India.

  • Prahlad Thakur
    Prahlad Thakur | Founder
    SunEmison Solar was founded on November 2015 headquartered at Durg, Chhattisgarh by Mr. Prahlad Thakur with another female co-founder, who left central government services with aims to generate employment.
Business model

It is projected from the global market for Building-integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) technologies that:
There is a growth of $1.9 billion from the initial market of $ 2.4 billion in 2016.
At a rate (CAGR) of 12.2%.
The market will to about $4.3 billion by 2021.

Within the BIPV market, standing seam metal roofing holds the largest share in the market.

The market is expected to increase

From $676.8 million to $972.5 million With a CAGR of 7.5% within the period 2016 to 2021.

At the same time, the façade market is foresees a growth to about $754.2 million.

From $690.5 million at a CAGR of 1.8% by 2021.

We intended to generate revenue $325 to $525 million in global market by using solar glass technology as part of building construction material to cater needs of electricity & thermal insulation.

Competitive advantage

As an application of the PV technology, building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) systems have attracted an increasing interest in the past decade, and have been shown as a feasible renewable power generation technology to help buildings partially meet their load. In addition to BIPV, building integrated photovoltaic/thermal systems (BIPV/T) provide a very good potential for integration into the building to supply both electrical and thermal loads.

BIPV application segments:
- Roofing shingles.
- Roofing tiles.
- Standing seam metal roofing (e.g., thin-film PV seam metal glue-down).
- Single-ply membrane roofing (e.g., thin-film PV TPO glue-down).
- Facades (also known as building cladding [i.e., the "weather skin"], this study includes "green" parking structures).
- Glazing (e.g., windows and curtain walls).
- Skylights.
- Architectural shading (e.g., sunshading, louvers, fabrics, etc.).


- Solar Glass Block serve as a class of solar products in which the PV component both converts light to electricity and also replace a building component. - The integration of photovoltaic elements in buildings takes architectural energy innovation to new heights.

- BIPV components can be fitted into a range of structures such as common roofing, windows, curtain walls, skylights, braise soleil, facades, atria, canopies, and special constructions.

- The power-generating solar blocks can be integrated in new construction or retrofitted into existing buildings and have better thermal insulation properties than traditional glass blocks used in construction.

- Architects can decide the priority based on the application within the buildings.