Our mission is to go green and save the environment from pollution. We are very proud to announce that our scheme would not only benefit our community but also our entire World. We install Solar Rooftop Power Plants at a very affordable price.
If the in habitants of the world become aware of the pollution causing energies that cause environmental problems and damage they will opt for pollution free schemes such as ours and save the planet Earth.
Benefits of Solar Energy
- Lower your electricity bills from 50% to 90%
- Get paid to generate
- Earn Govt. subsidy
- Cut your carbon footprints
- Increase the value of your property
- Earn tax free income
- Protect yourself against rising fuel cost
- Solar energy is cost-efficient & eco friendly
- The energy harvested from your roof is clean, safe and simple
- Solar is renewable energy
- With smart usage you can reduce your electricity and even gas bills using hot water controller(For Water Heater)
Types of Solar Power Plant
A) On Grid: On-Grid Systems are solar PV systems that only generate power when the utility power grid is available to function. If it is producing more power than is being consumed, the surplus is fed into the mains power grid to Govt. which will be credited in your next electricity bill or pay you for the same through Net Metering System by Indian Govt.
B) Off Grid: An off-grid system is completely disconnected from the traditional electric power grid. Without a connection to the utility grid, batteries are essential to balance periods of excess production and excess demand. To protect against shortfalls of power when the solar system is under-producing and the batteries are discharged.
C) Hybrid: A Hybrid Solar Power System is also connected to the traditional utility power grid and adds battery-backup to the system. Solar electric system production depends on the available sunlight. When production exceeds demand, the excess power can charge the batteries, which store the electricity. When the system is producing less electricity than demanded by the home, the batteries can make up the shortfall.
Sectors of Solar Power Plant
Energy costs for residential buildings are telescopic in nature. As the energy consumption increases, tariff increases in corresponding slabs. Rising power costs and Government of India’s push towards solar adoption has played an important role. In the long term, every rooftop is a generator of solar power. It makes a good business case for Residential Buildings and Societies to go for Rooftop Solar. As the rooftop has zero opportunity cost it could be utilized to generate power and meet their electricity requirements – thereby using an idle asset.
Commercial buildings (offices and other business organizations) depends on electricity for most of their energy consumption needs and the consumption of power in an office building during the day time is much higher which makes them ideally suited to install solar panels and dozens of state and central tax rebate and credit opportunities are available for rooftop-solar systems for the ones interested in using solar energy in commercial buildings. Making the switch to generating power on-site from internally free source of energy – the sun can bring down the operating costs of the company for coming decades. Offices and Businesses can use solar panels and solar thermal panels for a variety of uses including pre-heating ventilation air, water heating, solar cooling, lighting and electricity.
Presently, energy for these applications is being met mainly through fuel oil which is not only import dependent but is also creating huge GHG emissions in atmosphere resulting threat to our planet. India is consuming over 100 million tons of oil every year for various uses. Out of this, almost 40% is being consumed in the industrial sector alone. Further, 40-50% of this consumption is in thermal form alone with temperature range below 250 C which comes to around 15 million tons of fuel oil per annum.
Pre - Installation Steps
- Scooping of the Project
- Calculating the amount of Solar energy available
- Surveying the site
- Calculating the amount of energy needed
- Sizing the Solar System
Final Installation Steps
- Designing & Marking
- Civil Work & Curing
- Module Mounting Structure Installation
- Module Installation
- Inverter Connection & Grid
- Seamless power distribution
Solar Street Lights
Solar street lights are independent from the utility grid resulting to lessened operation costs. This means that these are wireless lights and are not connected to your electricity provider. The lights are dependent of the energy given by the sun, storing as much of it throughout the day. Solar street lights require lesser maintenance than conventional street lights.Nowadays, solar street lights are powered by PV panels, in-built battery, LED lights and smart sensors like night and motion sensors as well as automatic controls all integrated into a single compact unit.