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What is Solar Panel System?

Solar Panel System also called a Solar Thermal panel is a device that is used to convert sunlight into electricity with the help of photovoltaic (PV) cells. The flow of electrons exposed to sunlight generates Direct Current (DC) which further convert into Alternative Current (AC) for our use.  Solar Panel Systems are arranged in the array or in the system, depending on your requirement.

Why it is necessary to install solar for everyone?

# Solar Power is good for the environment.
# Solar Power reduces electricity bill.
# Underutilized land can be utilized for Solar Powerhouse to install Solar Panel System.
# Solar Power cause less electricity loss.
# Solar Power improves grid Security.
# Solar Power is a free source of energy.
# Solar Power has less maintenance cost.
    

Components in Solar Panel System.

Solar Cells: Solar cells are the main component of the Solar Panel System. There are more than a thousand cells combined to form a solar panel. The performance of solar panels directly depends upon the efficiency of solar cells. In time, the efficiency of solar cells has improved drastically.

Inverter: As Solar Panels generates Direct Current, therefore Inverter is basically used to convert DC into AC which could be used for household. Two types of Inverter are commonly used.

String inverter: A Single inverter is connected to the Solar Panel System to convert DC into AC.

Micro Inverter: Small Micro Inverters are connected to every single panel and convert the DC into AC.
The prices of both inverters are different and change the overall cost of a Solar Panel System.

Types of Solar Panel System

There are three types of Solar Panel System.
1. On-Grid System: Contains grid electricity and the most common tech. Basically used to reduce the electricity bill generated in the grid supply. Solar power is connected to generated electricity alone with the grid and then use for electric appliances.


2. Off-Grid System: Does not contain grid electricity. All the requirement for electricity is fulfilled by the solar plant. This tech is basically used where a power supply is not available. Solar power is connected to a battery system to store generated electricity and then use it for electric appliances.


3. Hybrid System:  The combination of Off-Grid and On-Grid systems where solar is used along with battery backup. Basically used where there is a high power cut. The battery is used to store the electricity generated by solar first and then from the grid. When power is cut it causes solar off too, that time battery is used to supply electricity.

Subsidy for On-Grid Solar Panel System

The subsidy is totally depending on the state govt and central govt. For more information, please connect to my given number.
Fixed changes: Fixed charges are the net metering charges which you have to pay if you are installing an On-Grid system. These charges include the meter cost per month and other electricity charges. It varies from state to state. For more information, please connect to my given number.

Power output of Solar Panel System

    On average, 1 KW of panel will generate about 1,400-1,600 units per year, i.e., about 4 units per day. This is broadly representative of output from rooftop PV plants in India. It is an average calculated over a year. Generation on individual days at your location will vary based on meteorological conditions.

State wise tentative calculation of solar panel generate x unit electricity per day.

Tentative Pricing: Solar Panel System pricing starts from 70k* onward.
Note: * Prices of solar system may vary. The prices may depends on the component's brand chosen to build your solar system.

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´╗┐Writer: Krishna Sharma, Solar Consultant

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