PV technology produces electricity directly from electrons freed by the interaction of sunlight with a solar panel made of semiconductor material. The power provided is direct current (DC) electricity. The basic building block is known as a Solar cell. Many cells put together are known as module, and many modules assembled together form an array. A PV system will consist of an array of modules generating DC electricity, an inverter and can be stored in battery storage banks.
Solar PV panels manufactured as per National and International standards are robust and can withstand the normal stresses subjected by nature.
A PV system is made up of different components. These include PV modules (groups of PV cells), which are commonly called PV panels; one or more batteries; a charge regulator or controller for a stand-alone system; an inverter for a utility- grid-connected system and when alternating current (ac) rather than direct current (dc) is required; wiring; and mounting hardware or a framework.
Majority of electrical equipment’s used for domestic/commercial/ Industrial purposes are of AC system. So, it is necessary to convert solar power generated at DC system to AC system. An inverter will convert DC to AC system.
This is a very common question (and rightly so), as cost is very important to all of us. Unfortunately, there is no clear-cut answer to this question. There are many variables to consider in installing a solar system, including the size of the system, how much electricity you want to produce, what type of mounting the system will require, and what type of government incentives are available..
Typically, solar panels come with a 25-year warranty from the manufacturer, though this may differ for various manufacturers..
Similar to price, there are many factors to consider when discussing the actual installation time. As a rule of thumb, small residential projects can be completed in as little as 1 day, with medium to large commercial and agricultural projects being completed within 1-2 weeks. However, before the solar panel system actually gets installed, there is usually 2 to 4 months’ worth of paperwork,permitting, and administrative work, which we will complete for you..
If your solar panels produce more electricity than your home or business needs, you can sell the
electricity back to the utility company through a process called “net metering.” If you do overproduce, most utility companies pay you the difference at the end of the yearly billing cycle.
If your This is very much dependent on the size of your solar system. We typically build solar panel
systems that will cover the cost of your electric bill.
No. Solar panels can be installed anywhere, as long as they can receive direct sunlight and minimal shading. We use roof mounts and ground mounts to install the panels, and can also install solar carports..
No. We can install on any roof type. Whether your roof has asphalt shingles or tile, of it’s flat or pitched. If you have a roof, we can install solar panels.
It depends on how much power you consume. We use your recent electric bills to assess that amount, and then we’ll design a system specifically for that level of usage (or to fit your budget or roof size).
For every kW peak SRTPV system installed on a South facing roof, the system will generate 4 to 5 units per day. However, the energy generation depends upon the weather conditions and reduces by around 20% for an East or West facing roof.
Most recently-built houses are constructed to be able to support the extra weight of solar panels. However, if we have any questions as to whether your roof can support solar panels, we will have an in-house engineer do a structural analysis to determine if extra support is needed..
Yes. We stand behind our work, and include a comprehensive warranty for the whole system for
one complete year from the date of installation, 10-year workmanship warranty with our products. Additionally, we include a 15-year performance warranty on the production of energy yield..
The tariff at which the customer would be paid is as shown in the table below, both for Net-Metering and Gross- Metering:
|Customer Type||Commerical, Industrial & all categories expect domestic||Domestic, Hospitals and Institutions|
|Installable Capacity||150% of sanctioned load||150% of sanctioned load|
|Limits in KW||HT Consumers:1000KW
|Feed-in mechansim for which Tariff is paid||Only excess is feed in||All energy is feed in|