A Solar power plant system is composed of a set of solar PV modules, mounted on the rooftop or flat terrace of the residential or commercial building, connected together to generate electricity by converting solar radiation into electrical energy. The electrical energy generated from the set of panels is transmitted to the inverter, which converts DC output of the solar module into utility grid electricity. Rooftop mounted systems are small compared to ground-mounted power generation system with capacities in the megawatt power range. Rooftop PV systems on residential buildings typically feature a capacity of about 5 to 20 kilowatts (kW), while those mounted on commercial buildings often reach 100 kilowatts or more. Solar power plant comes with two types of system. Firstly, Off-Grid system and secondly, On-Grid system.
An off-grid photovoltaic system is when your solar PV system is not connected to the utility grid and you are producing your own electricity via solar, wind, micro-hydro, generator etc. These systems will generally have a battery bank in order to store the electricity for use when needed.
A grid-connected PV power system is an electricity generating solar PV power system that is connected to the utility grid. A grid-connected PV system consists of solar panels, one or several inverters, a power conditioning unit and a grid connection equipment. If the grid power is not available the solar plant will stop generating power. They range from small residential and commercial to large utility-scale solar power plant. When conditions are right, the grid-connected PV system supplies the excess power, beyond consumption by the connected load, to the utility grid.
Net metering requires only one meter, but it must be bi-directional. In net metering, the price of the electricity produced is the same as the price supplied to the consumer, and the consumer is billed on the difference between production and consumption. Net metering can usually be done with no changes to the standard electricity meter, which accurately measure power in both directions and automatically report the difference, and because it allows homeowners and businesses to generate electricity at a different time from consumption, effectively using the grid as a giant storage battery. Excess credits upon termination of service are either lost or paid for at a rate ranging from wholesale to retail rate or above, as can be excess annual credits.
Product Range: 1 Kwp to 1 Mwp for On – Grid System 1 Kwp to 10 Kwp for Off – Grid System
|Sr.No||Material Description||Technical Specification|
|1||Photovoltaic PV Module Make||Tier 1 rated module|
|2||Module Type||1. Monocrystalline 2. Polycrystalline|
|3||Module Range (in Watt)||Puff Insulation (50 mm Thickness)|
|4||Inverter make||A Grade rated inverter|
|5||Inverter Range||2Kw to 100 Kw (Single and Three Phase Options)|
|6||Inverter Specifications||Wifi with MPPT function, Digital Display,1 Year Data backup (Storage) facility|
|7||Earthing Kit (Make)||True Power|
|8||Earthing Kit Material||AC Earthing, DC Earthing,Lightening Arrestor,Insulator, Galvanised Iron Earthing Plate (1.5 mm Thickness) Copper Lightening Arrestor|
|9||ACDB (Standard Make)||1 Kwp to 100 Kwp Single and Three Phase Options|
|10||DCDB (Standard Make)||1 Kwp to 100 Kwp Single and Three Phase Options|
|11||Net Meter Make||Larsen and Turbo (L&T)|
|12||Net Meter Specification||2Kwp to 1Mwp, Single and Three Phase Options|