Rooftop Grid- Tied solar system
Rooftop Grid- Tied solar system is a grid connected solar system that is installed on the rooftop. The system can be installed on land also. The main objective of installing this system is to reduce the electricity bills drastically. In this case, your loads can run on solar power as long as there is sufficient energy is available from the sun during the day. Any deficit is taken care by the main utility supply. However, if the solar energy production is in excess as compared to the load requirement at that moment, the excess energy can be either stored in the batteries (if available) or can be sold back to the utility grid. This difference of energy can be tracked using a meter connected to your Solar PV System.
Electricity cost is Rs. 2.5 per unit, if no interest is considered. 1KWpstand alone solar power plant can generate 4 -5 units of electricity per day. Benefit of 80% income tax depreciation.
Facility to feed power to grid. Payback period 3 -4 years.
The grid system may be either
1.Rooftop mounted on-Grid SPV systems:
These are a photovoltaic system that has its electricity- generating solar panels mounted on the rooftop of a residential or commercial building or structure. The various components of such a system include Photovoltaic Modules, Mounting Systems, Cables, Solar Inverters and Other Electrical Accessories. They are small compared to ground-mounted photovoltaic power stations. These systems are installed on residential buildings typically feature a capacity of about 1 to 20 KWp while those mounted on commercial buildings often reach 100KWp or more.
2. Ground mounted on-Grid SPV systems:
These are usually large, utility-scale photovoltaic power stations. The PV array consists of solar modules held in place by racks or frames that are attached to ground based mounting supports.. We provide fixed and seasonal tilting structure systems. And will withstand wind speed up to 170 KMPH.