Autonomous Water-less Solar Plant Cleaning Robot

Nocca S100 is an Innovative water-less solar plant cleaning robot for utility scale solar plants. It has been designed after a thorough study and analysis of the problems which exists on ground, which makes the robot easy to operate and simple to maintain.

Considering the common problem of row sizes which can vary from few meters to kilometres in same plant, the robot is designed in a way that it can be operated both as a dedicated and a shareable system. The robot comes equipped with a system which allows the robot to overcome high levels of irregularities and undulations. An innovative cleaning assembly drive mechanism make the robot compatible with fixed tilt, seasonal tilt and Horizontal single axis trackers.

Nocca S100 can be retrofitted in plants which are not designed specifically for robotic cleaning with minor infrastructural modifications.

Key Features


Water-less and Automatic


Lightweight and Shareable


Can be incorporated into existing systems


Seasonal tilt compatible


Wireless control


Rain and dust proof


Can overcome dimensional irregularities


Works at as low as 0° tilt angle


With depleting fossil fuel reserves, the need of renewable energy is increasing to meet the power demands. With increasing solar installations the need of water to clean solar panels is also increasing. Several billion liters of clean water is used annually to clean these solar panels across globe.

Nocca S100 eliminates the requirement of water for cleaning these solar plants, while boosting power generation and ensuring peak production. The best in class design and fabrication makes it one of the lightest in the category. The robot is compatible with fixed, seasonal and single axis tracker system.

Co-founded in 2017 by IIT Kanpur graduates, Nocca Robotics was nurtured by SIIC IIT Kanpur, and is currently being mentored by global industry leaders. We leverage leading-edge technologies such as AI, machine learning & deep learning in our products to make them extremely efficient and optimized.

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