Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Solar Kranti will be next one of the major contributor in India GDP growth

Solar Kranti  will be next one of the major contributor in India GDP growth


Solar Kranti

Electricity is generated using daylight, which means Solar Panel work even on cloudy days.

Bescom earlier this year, allows any consumer who has solar panels installed at his residence to sync with Bescom's grid and feed any excess electricity generated back to the grid after their home requirements are met. It's a simple dual-meter system, where both your input and intake are measured.

"Under the scheme, customers can both import electricity from the grid and export excess electricity after self-consumption. While the maximum they pay per unit is Rs 5.50 per unit, they gets back Rs 9.56 for per unit produced,"

The only criteria to enter into a power purchase agreement with the electricity supply company is that you should have roof rights and the space to install at least a basic 1KW solar panel system.

"For individual home  owners, a 10ft x 10ft shadow-free roof space, is sufficient for a 1 KW system that can generate around 4 to 5 units of electricity per day

the smallest 1 KW solar system, which can be put up on 100 sqft terrace or rooftop area, the cost around Rs 1 lakh along with another Rs 3000-4,000 for the second meter. The bigger ones of around 5KW capacity can cost up to Rs 5 to 6 lakh. However, since the system is a one-time cost that has an average life-span of 25 years,

The average monthly electricity consumption of a 2BHK in Bengaluru is around 200 units.This means, you would need at least a 1.52 KW Solar PV system that produces around 230-250 units per month, depending on the weather conditions, to be a Rs net exporter'.Generation capacity may decline during heavy downpour duration, typically for an hour or two during monsoon season.However, electricity is generated using daylight, which means they work even on cloudy days.

This system will cost around Rs 2 lakh. There are no recurring costs as the life of the panels is 25 years and you do not need batteries to store the energy as you are directly connected to the grid.

IIT Delhi Solar System 

IIT Delhi Solar System 

Solar Power panel in every public street light  to  reduce the load of power consumption
solar outdoor light, solar street light & solar water pump 

Mandatory policy for solar panel installation in multi story building balcony sheds to reduce the power dependency load.

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Mandatory policy for every mall should have solar system and cooling tower to reduce load of power dependency.

सूरज के ताप से खेतो में पहुंच पानी

अमर उजाला 

 Solar Parking Lot- Smart city 

Policy for parking licence only when supporting solar parking lot .every parking lot should have solar parking lot specially in metro parking , 

Gujarat’s solar panels over canals project is a great idea for sustainable energy production

Solar panels on top of canal

Gujrat has over 2,965 acres, rows of photovoltaic cells or solar panels laid out across the state to harness the sun. They are generating 214 MW of electricity every day out-performing China's 200 MW Golmund Solar park. Gujarat invests nearly Rs 2,000 crore an year on renewable energy which has attracted investments of Rs 9,000 crore so far on solar energy projects.

Rajasthan floats an RfP for 2 MW Grid connected Solar PV power plant on Canal top! A GERMI study by Kaushik Patel

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