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SOLAR EPC & Roof Top

Going Solar, Simplified With RES Turnkey Solar Solutions.

Building a solar installation is your dream, not only generating power for yours, but moving you to the forefront of an energy revolution. However, you’re asking yourself how to do it, and who can help?

Approvals for solar installation

  • Site survey
  • Solar power plant
  • Installation capacity calculation & design
  • Sourcing and purchase of all solar equipment
  • Installation of solar power plant
  • After-sales service & AMC
  • Solar Financial counseling Guide to avail solar subsidy schemes

  • Site survey to check solar viability
  • Determining solar power generation capacity and connection type
  • Solar PV system engineering design
  • Solar power plant installation
  • Net metering for solar power plant
  • Solar panel efficiency monitoring
  • Operations and maintenance

Solar rooftop are solar panels placed on top of roofs of commercial, institutional or residential buildings. They capture the light energy emitted by the sun and convert it into electrical energy. This setup is also known as solar rooftop photo-voltaic system. It produces a clean, Eco friendly form of energy, meaning that it’s which does not produce any type of pollution or harmful gases.

The Three Main Types of Solar Power Systems

On-grid

On-grid – also known as a grid-tie or grid-feed solar system

Off-grid

Off-grid – also known as a stand-alone power system (SAPS)

Hybrid

Hybrid – solar plus battery storage with grid

Our Solutions & Services

Solar LED Street Light

Solar street lights are raised light sources which are powered by solar panels generally mounted on the lighting structure or integrated in the pole itself. The solar panels charge a rechargeable battery, which powers a fluorescent or LED lamp during the night.

Solar Water Heater

Solar water heaters use the solar energy from the sun to generate heat (not electricity) which can then be used to heat water for showering, space heating, industrial processes or even solar cooling. 
  • Evacuated Tube Collectors (ETC) : combine the high efficiency performance of evacuated tubes with rapid heat transfer capacity of heat pipes to provide a collector that can operate efficiently in almost any climate providing hot water for residential or commercial solar water heating projects.
  • Flat Plate Collectors : offer a reliable supply of solar hot water for residential and commercial applications where evacuated tubes may not be suitable.

Solar Roof Top For Commercial & Industrial

The output of a solar PV systems (solar panels plus inverter) produce power proportional to the solar energy coming from the sun. This energy is instantly converted into electricity that can be used in the home or business.
 
As appliances use power the solar power system contributes to their demand. If the solar system produces more than the appliances need then the surplus is exported to the utility grid.
 
By adding somewhere to put this surplus energy (batteries) the excess production can be stored till it is needed (usually at night or when there is little solar input). The inverter can manage the flow of power to ensure that you maximise the use of your free solar energy and not wastefully “gift” it to the grid.  

Solar for Residential

First, sunlight hits a solar panel on the roof. The panels convert the energy to DC current, which flows to an inverter. The inverter converts the electricity from DC to AC, which you can then use to power your home. It’s beautifully simple and clean, and it’s getting more efficient and affordable all the time.

Solar For Schools & Colleges

Installing solar enables your school & college to run on clean energy while at the same time combatting greenhouse gas emissions and global warming. In addition, especially with an on-site solar installation, it reduces dependence on outsourced fossil fuels and promotes renewable energy use in the surrounding area.

 

Solar For Hospitals

  • Rooftop solar power can meet up to 20% of a hospital’s electricity requirements in India
  • If your hospital consumes a lot of diesel for power generation, rooftop solar can abate up to 20% of your diesel bills, subject to timing of load shedding.
  • 100 SF of shade-free rooftop space can provide 4 kWh of solar power per day, on average.
  • Your hospital will be seen as a trendsetter and early adopter of solar power.
Hospitals both in urban and rural areas consume a lot of energy throughout the day as the electrical equipment used directly or indirectly to treat patients require uninterrupted power. Many hospitals have considerable unused rooftop space. Combined with power shortages and rising cost of diesel, rooftop solar power makes a compelling case for implementation in hospitals; there are several advantages but also several constraints that need to be considered when deciding on and designing a rooftop solar power system for a hospital, such as using a variable source of power like solar to power equipment used in life saving situations.

Solar Telecom Power

  • Stable & Assured Green Solar
  • For almost 25 – 30 Years
  • Easy and quick installation
  • Affordable cost
  • Saves investment cost on ups
  • gensets
  • Reduces dependency on grid
  • Generates clean electricity
  • On – site’ source of power
  • Say No To – Noise Pollution, Air Pollution, Huge Vibrations

Solar Power For Indian RailWay

In the last few years, solar power has penetrated India’s transportation sector in a big way. One of the best instances is that of Kochi airport in Kerala, which made news for being the world’s first airport to be powered by solar power, paving the way for others to follow suit.
 
Taking a cue from the aviation sector, the railways too have realised the benefits of switching to sun power.  The Indian Railways has announced that by 2020, it plans to generate around 1,000 MW of solar power and the figure may be scale up to 5,000 MW by the year 2025.
Power generated through these panels is converted from DC to AC through solar string inverters and the AC power is directly injected into the railways’ main electrical power panel. The system works in sync with grid power. The arrangement is such that at any given point of time, solar power is consumed on priority and the balance power is taken from the grid.
Apart from producing clean energy, the effort has proven to be cost-effective too. 
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