Our Projects

Since its inception, SunShell Power has undertaken numerous projects where solar solutions are delivered to residents and corporates. Here is a glimpse of some of the projects.

6 KWp Grid-Connected Solar Power Plant At A Government School
Location: Khanyan, Hooghly, West Bengal
Capacity: 6kWp
Department: Government School
Purpose: To Reduce Electricity Bill
Upon inspecting the site, which is a government school in Khanyan, Hooghly, it was concluded that there was sufficient roof space to install a 6kWp On-Grid Solar Power Plant to meet their energy requirement. The 6kWp On-Grid Solar Power Plant is grid-connected with the facility of net metering. This means that the solar panels gather the sun's energy as DC energy and convert it into 240V AC electricity, which can then be used by the school. If a grid-connected system produces more power than the home consumes, the surplus is fed into the power grid, and due to net-metering, the customers are only billed for their "net" energy use.
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Solar Street Light At Assam – APDCL
Location: Assam
Department: Government Tender
Assam Power Development Corporation Limited issued a tender for the project of installing 242 solar street lights. SunShell Powers won this tender bidding by providing the lowest quote price for the complete installation of 242 solar street lights throughout various districts in Assam.Assam is known for its wildlife, archeological sites, and tea plantations. Installing the solar lights, SunShell was faced with many challenges. The rural areas made it inaccessible, and the dense forests and plantation fields made transporting the materials to the site challenging. Nevertheless, SunShell faced every challenge heads on and completed the project a huge success.
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10.56 Hybrid Solar Power Plant At Bharat Sevashram
Location: Odisha
Department: Non-Profit Organization
Bharat Sevashram Sangha is a philanthropic and charitable organization founded by Acharya Swami Pranavanandaji Maharaj in 1917. The sole purpose of this nonprofit organization is to improve the lives of the underprivileged. The members have dedicated their lives to serve the weak and deprived citizens and uplifting them. The first ashram was established in the hometown of Acharya Swami Pranavanandaji Maharaj in Bangladesh, and later it branched out to most of the cities of India and abroad.
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First net metering project in West Bengal: BRWS Hospital, Patuli
Location: Patuli
Department: Hospital
The BRWS hospital in Patuli is said to be the first project in West Bengal that implemented the net metering policy. Net Metering is essentially a system that gives solar energy owners “credits” for the power that they add to the grid. When the solar panels produce excess power, that power is sent to the grid. And this power can be ‘taken back’ when the solar plants are not functioning – for example, during the night. When a unit of solar energy that has been ‘net metered’ is called back for use, the bi-directional electricity meter will run backward. That is, customers are billed only for the ‘net’ energy use.
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