Solar Power Plant
Solar Power Plant
Solar Power Plant
Power is one of the key infrastructures for the growth of Industry and economy. Over the past two years, Renewable energy has emerged as the key to India’s electrification plan. When it involves the daily usage of electricity, the solar rooftop is that the best choice to put in everywhere in India. With average solar insolation of 4-7 kwh/m and 300 sunny days in a year, India’s potential for harnessing solar power is immense. The government of India (GoI) wants a growing share of the country’s electricity generation to return from renewable energy.
In its NDCs, India aims to increase the share of installed electric power capacity from nonfossil-fuel-based energy resources to 40 % by 2030. With India setting the ambitious target of 175 GW by the year 2022 for Renewable Power, this sector is now poised for a quantum jump.
As a part of clean climate commitments, India plans to install 40 GW of PV Solar rooftop Power Plant by 2022. With a market potential of 124 GW, around 506 MW of Solar Rooftop has been installed up to December 2016.
Solar rooftop, which is usually called a rooftop Photo-Voltaic power plant or PV system, maybe a photo-voltaic system that has its electric generating solar rooftop panels mounted on the rooftop of residential or commercial buildings or structures. These panels help in converting solar energy from the sun into electrical power. Some of the major components include photovoltaic modules, mounting systems, cables, solar inverters, and other electrical accessories.
One of the main benefits of investing in a solar power plant is it offers cost savings. Because the tariff rate of solar rooftop panels is 17% and 27% cheaper than commercial and traditional tariff rates. Solar rooftop installation also reduces electricity bills because rooftop solar panels supply electricity to the building, in order that they got to buy less electricity from the grid, and therefore the net-metering allows you to sell your excess power to the utility company for even lower energy bills.
On top of that, solar power plants are eco-friendly. They don’t produce greenhouse gases such as CO2 and CO. From recent research studies, and we got to know that this solar energy can eliminate carbon emissions by 258 million metric tons if they are extensively used over the next twenty years.
Despite being a developing nation, India is no stranger to power cuts. Though the deficiency of electricity is decreasing in India day by day, several rural and urban areas still have interrupted and unreliable connection of grid electricity. Usually, they are forced to use diesel generators, which causes damage to the environment. Hence solar rooftop power panels can be the perfect and affordable choice in this scenario. Since solar rooftop panels use the sun as their source of energy, in order that they are eco-friendly, and their cost of operation is additionally stable.
The life of a rooftop solar panel is known to be 25 years. Rooftop solar panels don’t have any moving parts or electronics and no requirements for maintenance throughout its life of 25 years or so—all it needs is to wash panels once every 15-20 days with a cloth.
Seeing the potential of Solar power plants, the Government of India has taken an ambitious target of installing 100,000 MW of solar power by 2022 out of which 40,000 MW is to be achieved through Rooftop Solar (RTS) power plants as per the clean climate commitments.
Realizing the immense RTS potential and the ambitious targets, MNRE had launched Grid Connected Rooftop and Small Solar Power Plant Programme with an increased budget of 5,000 Crore ( 50 billion) for rooftop solar photovoltaic (RTS) projects up to 2019-20.
SunShell Power is rated amongst one of the Top rooftop solar companies in India. The need for solar energy plants is increasingly gaining popularity across a good range of commercial, commercial, and residential sectors thanks to the relatively lower cost of investments and lesser complexities involved in setting up a plant. We, at SunShell Powers, possess years of expertise and in-house engineering capabilities to build innovative rooftop solar power plants of all sizes – from a few Kilowatts to Megawatts depending on customer requirements.