What Souram Stand For..


Started in mid 2013 with a vision to provide affordable reliable renewable energy products as part of social responsibility. The world has began to generate power from non conventional energy sources like wind, solar, biomas etc. To be a part of this green energy revolution Souram Technologies has come into existence

About Souram Technologies

Started in mid 2013 with a vision to provide affordable reliable renewable energy products as part of social responsibility. The conventional energy production from coal, hydro, nuclear fuels are reducing due to non availability of input fuels and due to drastic environmental hazards in production. The world has begun to generate power from non conventional energy sources like wind, solar, biomas. To be a part of this green energy revolution Souram Technologies has come into existence.


Souram Technologies founder member has worked in different fields of renewable energy. Started as marketing engineer for business development of testing and measuring instruments of M/s Larsen and Toubro Limited,FLUKE USA in Kerala. Then started career with Aluminium Industries Limited (ALIND) Control and relay panels division and was in charge of marketing and sales activities for national business. After that shifted focus on renewable energy industry and worked with SUZLON infrastructure services limited and was part of the prestigious 20MW wind farm project at Agali, Kerala state. Also worked in wind resource department for identifying wind potential sites of Tamilnadu,Karnataka and AndhraPradesh.
Conducted a technical feasibility study for M/s AITKEN SPENCE wind farm development project in central Srilanka alongwith Shriram wind energy group. Also conducted technical feasibility study for waste to energy project ( Quail farm) in Dubai for BIOTECH renewable energy private limited.


He was also was the zonal manger of Zynergy Solar group for installation of ANERT’s 10000no's. rooftop 1kw solar power plants installation in Kerala and had completed execution of more than 50kW across Kerala.