SOLAR ENERGY is a power generation method that converts energy from the sun into electricity. It uses solar panels that are often arranged on a building or concentrated in solar farms to facilitate a reaction that converts sun’s light radiation into electricity. The main advantage is that it is a renewable, clean source of electricity. Solar power is also scalable. This means that it can be deployed on an industrial scale or it can be used to power a single household.

JAIHIND SOLAR FARM is a 1MW solar power plant, established as a renewable energy measure without any carbon emission. The power which is generated to the solar plant is used in our captive production. The plant is located at Virudhunagar District, Tamilnadu and we are looking for further expansion.


Wind Farms are areas where many large wind turbines have been grouped together to harvest the power of the wind. Wind farms are built in areas known to be especially windy on a regular basis. As the winds turn the blades of the turbines, the turbines convert the energy of the wind into mechanical power. Generators then convert the mechanical power into electricity that can be used to power homes just like other forms of energy. The rotating blades cause a shaft to spin. The spinning shaft connects to a generator that creates electricity.

In our PMP India Wind Farms, there is nearly 10MW wind mills at wind rich districts such as Tirunelveli, Kanyakumari, etc. in Tamilnadu, South India. We have installed various wind electric generators such as Vestas , Enercon , Suzlon , Nepc , Garuda , CWEL and Sriram EPC in various capacities of 250 KW , 350 KW, 500 KW , 600 KW , 800 KW machines.

Every year we have been expanding our wind power generation and all of it has been used for our own captive consumption.