Arihant Hospital, Gurgaon



Arihant Hospital in India has committed to clean energy by installing a lithium battery system to replace the 125 KVA Diesel generator with a 50 KVA Lithium battery Inverter System. This is the first hospital in India to do so, and it sets a new standard for sustainability in the healthcare industry. This hospital is located in new Gurgaon and is run by the duo Dr Shalini Jain and her husband, the child specialist.

 As per Dr Shalini Jain, the cost of running the diesel generator was approximately 3Rs 30,000 to 40,000 per month, and the major challenge was that whenever they had to operate, they had first to make sure that the generator was switched on. Then they used to perform any operation. But with this lithium battery system, they do not know if there is any power failure. The lithium battery system will provide the hospital with reliable and clean power while reducing emissions and saving money. The system can also provide backup power in the event of an outage, ensuring that the hospital can continue operating even during a power failure.

The Asian Clean Energy Forum has strongly studied replacing Diesel generators with Lithium battery banks

Dr Shalini Jain

Dr Shalini Jain Arihant Hospital

Arihant Hospital

X-ray machine

X-Ray Machine room

The installation of Su-vastika’s lithium battery system is part of the hospital’s broader commitment to sustainability. The hospital has also implemented several other initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, such as energy efficiency measures and water conservation practices.

The hospital’s switch to clean energy is a significant step forward for sustainability in the healthcare industry. Hospitals are major consumers of energy, and their operations can have a significant impact on the environment. By switching to clean energy, hospitals can reduce their emissions, save money, and improve the health of their patients and communities.

Benefits of the lithium battery system

The lithium battery system has several benefits for the hospital, including:

Safety of Sensitive Medical Equipment: This was one of the major challenges faced by the hospital as they had a lot of incidents of failure of sensitive medical equipment where repairs were required. The lift in the hospital used to stop with a jerk when power outages happened, and now we haven’t come to know of any power outages, and the lift is working smoothly on the power cuts.

The Switching Time: This is another big factor. As the power goes or comes back, all the sensitive equipment or normal air conditioners and lights keep working uninterruptedly. In the case of a generator, one has to wait for the diesel generator to switch on and off manually. One dedicated person was involved in getting the diesel from the petrol pump and keeping an eye on a generator whose fuel needed to be refilled.

  • Reduced emissions: The lithium battery system will reduce the hospital’s emissions of air pollutants, such as particulate matter and nitrogen oxides. These air pollutants can harm human health, particularly for people with respiratory conditions.
  • Saved money: The lithium battery system is more efficient than a diesel generator, so the hospital will save on fuel costs. The approximate yearly cost saving is 3.6 lakh a year. In 10 years, the cost savings will be more than 40 lakh, including the maintenance cost of the generator, as the fuel and maintenance costs are increasing every year, and the carbon credits hospital will be getting extra.
  • Improved reliability: The lithium battery system is a more reliable power source than a diesel generator. This is especially important for hospitals, which need a reliable power source to operate critical medical equipment.
  • Reduced noise pollution: The lithium battery system is much quieter than a diesel generator so that it will reduce noise pollution for the hospital’s patients and staff.

Commitment to sustainability

The Arihant Hospital’s commitment to sustainability is evident in its switch to clean energy and other initiatives to reduce its environmental impact. The hospital aims to become a carbon-neutral facility within the next five years.

The hospital’s commitment to sustainability is inspiring other hospitals to follow suit. More and more hospitals are recognizing the need to reduce their environmental impact and are looking for ways to do so. The hospital’s switch to clean energy is a model for other hospitals looking to become more sustainable.


The Arihant Hospital’s commitment to clean energy is a significant step forward for sustainability in the healthcare industry. By switching to clean energy, the hospital is reducing its emissions, saving money, and improving the health of its patients and communities. The  Arihant Hospital’s example inspires other hospitals to follow suit, and it is helping to create a more sustainable future for the healthcare industry.


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