Magenta Power joins hands with Mahindra Susten for its solar projects in India


Magenta Power, a pioneer in renewable energy solutions and EV charging infrastructure space in India has announced its collaboration with “Mahindra Susten” a part of Mahindra Group and a reputed brand in sustainable infrastructure and Renewable Energy, to provide diversified services within the renewable energy and clean tech space in India.  


The partnership aims to conceptualize solutions most suitable for the Indian market requirements. Within the framework of this collaboration, Magenta Power and Mahindra Susten (CnI division) will jointly work towards developing technological solutions and rooftop solar power installations for clean energy adoption.


“We are absolutely delighted about the prospect of working with Mahindra Susten, which is a renowned solar power solutions provider. We believe that this will add tremendous value for our customers, resulting in unmatched product quality at very competitive costs. Overall, our association with the leading technology providers, reinforces our positioning in the Indian Solar Space,” says Maxson Lewis, Managing Director- Magenta Power.


Rakesh Singh, CEO of Solar business at Mahindra Susten said, “Mahindra Susten has done projects in the Kilowatt, Megawatt scale with inbuilt capacity of more than 1 Gigawatts in India & KSA. However, we believe that rooftop solar is the growth driver in India with 2.7 Gigawatt of capacity planned purely in the rooftop segment. To drive that growth initiative, we were looking for the right partners to improve our reach and our ability to serve our customers. We are happy to partner with Magenta Power whose business spirit and passion for clean energy solutions is synchronous with that of Mahindra Susten. We are jointly working on multiple initiatives with focus on key states in India which are in the forefront of solar initiatives in India. We are sure this partnership is going to put in overdrive the adoption of rooftop solar not only for our respective companies but for our country as a whole.”


The team is jointly working on innovative solutions including some ‘firsts in India’, trying to solve challenges unique to the solar power space in India and more announcements can be expected from this partnership.