Amplus employees makes a Location-Agnostic collaboration video, Talk about the new ways of working

Amplus employees makes a Location-Agnostic collaboration video, Talk about the new ways of working

On 10 Jun , 2020 10:34 PM

Amplus employees makes a Location-Agnostic collaboration video, Talk about the new ways of working


New Delhi NCR, June 4th, 2020:


Last two months have been complex and out-of-the ordinary for corporates and businesses with the physical shutdown of activities due to the COVID 19 pandemic scare. In these complex times, organisations have had to continue the work via digital means, ensuring all employees are connected, mentally sound and motivated. This has been perhaps the biggest paradigm shift in Human resource practices across verticals and across the globe.


Employees of Amplus Solar, Asia’s leading distributed energy company and the renewable platform of PETRONAS, came up with an eccentric Happy Hours video to motivate people working from their homes with the message ‘Distanced Yet Connected’.


The video spells out the message that one can balance both work and home well, and contribute to stay connected and spells out the collective sentiment of ‘It’s not so bad as we thought it to be in the beginning’. The video titled Distanced Yet Connected shows that while COVID 19 is keeping us away, the new normal way of working is indeed effective and fun.


To make this a huge success, Employees pan Asia came together to create a unique video in the times of Working From Home (WFH) due to the national lockdown announced by the Indian government to combat the spread of COVID-19 virus. “The greatest challenge initially was to gather short videos bytes from people located in more than 30 locations, but as more entries started pouring in, everyone was up for it! As a Company we encourage this kind of location-agnostic collaboration.” Said Saumya Sinha, HR Business Partner at Amplus Solar.


Awarded with Great Place to Work Certification 3 times in a row, Amplus believes that mental health works in tandem with the physical health for overall wellbeing. Our various internal engagement initiatives during this lockdown aimed at balancing fun and work during these tense times.


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About Amplus Energy Solutions:

Amplus Solar is Asia’s leading distributed energy company providing low carbon energy solutions to industrial and commercial customers. Amplus provides clean energy to its clients by setting up both on-site solar projects (rooftop and ground-mounted) and off-site solar farms.

Amplus is a member of Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS) group, Malaysia and is headquartered in Singapore, with its regional offices in Gurugram, Bangalore, Bangkok, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Mumbai and Pune. Today, Amplus owns and manages a cumulative portfolio of 650+ MWp of distributed solar assets across Asia.

Amplus serves 200+ renowned Indian and multinational firms like Yamaha, Cisco, Reckitt Benckiser, Schlumberger, Carlsberg, ABB, TVS, Schneider, Qualcomm, Halliburton, GE, Honda among others, tripling its customer base from 2017 to 2019.  Amplus’ clientele comes from diverse industry verticals includingmanufacturing, warehousing, Aerospace & Defence, Automotive, FMCG, Consumer Durables, Pharma, Food processing, Retail chains, Educational institutes, Hospitals & Healthcare, Office buildings and other industrial or commercial establishments.

Amplus has also forayed into the Open Access segment and has a capacity of almost 200 MWp ground-mount projects – one in Chitradurga and one in Gadag, Karnataka. Currently, Amplus is working on an additional 200+ MW of open access Solar parks in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Chhattisgarh. Amplus has also diversified in new avenues such as Battery storage, Energy Efficiencies, Residential Solar and Electric vehicles among others. 

Amplus’s operational plants are expected to cumulatively generate 11890 Million units of electricity over the 25 years duration of the projects. The CO2 abatement over the lifetime of these projects amounts to 12.19 Million Metric Tonnes. The environmental impact can also be equated to 14 Million mature trees absorbing CO2 for 40 years.

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