AQUA GROUP’s Solar Pumps Restore Wildlife Haven in Hosur Forest

The Jawalagiri Forest Department is entrusted with stewardship of the Jawalagiri forest range, a vital habitat for a wide array of wildlife. This includes elephants, bison, deer, tigers,and various species of birds and reptiles. The department’s role is crucial in maintaining the delicate balance of this diverse ecosystem and ensuring the protection and conservation of its natural treasures..

Challenges Faced

In 2023, the Forest Department faced a major challenge when a severe heatwave struck the region, causing critical watering holes and ponds vital for local wildlife survival to dry up. Without immediate access to water sources, the department aimed to tackle this issue by contemplating the installation of water pumps to establish artificial watering tanks. However, the selected site was extremely remote, lacking any connection to the electrical grid.

Solution Provided

Upon being approached by the Forest Department, our team collaborated with the nearest authorized dealer to conduct a comprehensive site assessment. Based on our analysis of the site conditions, our engineers recommended a sustainable solution: the deployment of a solar pumping system. Solar pumps, powered by solar panels, operate independently without relying on the grid, making them an ideal and environmentally friendly choice for remote locations.

Result Achieved

The solution provided by us had an outstanding and transformative impact on the ecosystem and wildlife in the Jawalagiri forest range.

  • Consistent Water Supply: The solar pumping system ensured a continuous and reliable water supply to the artificial watering tank, even during challenging summer conditions.

  • Lifeline for Wildlife: The artificial watering tank became a vital lifeline for local wildlife, including elephants, bison, deer, and various bird and reptile species, providing essential hydration and respite from the scorching heat.

  • Increased Wildlife Activity: The presence of water attracted a diverse range of animals, leading to increased wildlife activity and biodiversity in the area surrounding the artificial watering tank.

  • Environmental Sustainability: The use of solar energy for water pumping promoted environmental sustainability by reducing reliance on traditional power sources and minimizing carbon footprint in the remote forest area.


The successful implementation of the solar pumping solution stands as a testament to the power of innovation and collaboration in addressing environmental challenges. By harnessing renewable energy sources, we not only provided a sustainable water solution but also contributed to the conservation efforts in Jawalagiri Forest. The project underscores the importance of proactive measures in mitigating the impact of climate change on fragile ecosystems, ensuring a harmonious coexistence between humans and wildlife. With this success serving as a precedent, the forest department has committed to furthering their conservation efforts by procuring multiple Solar Pumping Systems for installation in the Eastern Ghats region. These type of innovative solutions can safeguard biodiversity and promote coexistence between humans and wildlife, paving the way for a more sustainable future.