Ravindra Jadeja teams up with Saatvik Solar

Ravindra Jadeja teams up with Saatvik Solar

September 6, 2023

Indian module manufacturer Saatvik Solar has roped in Indian professional cricketer Ravindra Jadeja as a brand ambassador.

By getting Jadeja on board, the brand aims to reach out a wider and diverse audience while “powering the country’s transformative green economy”.

As per the agreement, Jadeja will headline multiple advertisement campaigns for Saatvik Solar as well as educate the public about the benefits of renewable energy adoption and positive effects of sustainable living on the environment. 

Ravindra Jadeja commented:

Partnering with Saatvik makes me very happy as it remains important for us Indians to inform the public about adopting renewable energy sources to protect the climate. I take immense pride in contributing to the transformation where Saatvik is at the front of driving positive change through its unique ways in the division of renewable energy. This collaboration not only commits to environmental protection but also makes us believe that collective efforts can truly make a difference in building a greener and more sustainable world for generations to come.

Prashant Mathur, CEO of Saatvik Solar, added:

We take immense pride in associating with a national icon – Mr. Ravindra Jadeja. Both Saatvik Solar and Jadeja are homegrown brands with strong values and cultural roots. We strongly feel that Ravindra Jadeja and Saatvik are natural partners as both all-rounders are known for their resilience, quality & performance on the field. With this landmark partnership, we are in prime position to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy & sustainable products across the globe.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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