Residential

Install a solar power plant at your home and produce your own electricity. also save electricity bill up to 60% along with the subsidy up to 30% from government.

Commercial SPV Plant

It provides a great opportunity to reduce your power consumption bill, by augmenting your grid power with the solar power from your rooftop solar plant. Power produced by the rooftop plant can be used simultaneously, whereas when the production exceed the consumption, the same can be ‘sold back’ to the grid under a Net-Metering System.

Industrial

Since usually industry as a comparatively large and unused rooftop area, it can be exploited for its solar potential. A solar rooftop power plant is a solution for providing Long term monetary and Social benefits. It provides a relaxation from annual rise of power tariffs, reduces the gird electricity consumption and tax benefits. Solar power also provides positive public relations with investors, partners and the public-at-large by relieving internal and outside pressures to increase corporate sustainability.

Utility

Utility-scale solar has been generating reliable, clean energy with a stable fuel price for more than two decades. A utility-scale solar power plant can be one of several solar technologies – concentrating solar power (CSP), photovoltics (PV), or concentrating photovoltics (CPV). What distinguish utility-scale solar from distributed generation is project size and the fact that the electricity is sold to wholesale utility buyers, not end-use consumers. Utility-scale solar plants provide the benefit of fixed-priced electricity during peak demand periods when electricity from fossil fuels is the most expensive.

Rural Electrification

Around 80mn rural households are estimated to have no access to grid power. Off-grid decentralised systems, based on renewable energy, are lighting up around 1,000 villages.

Micro Grid

WHAT IS A MICROGRID?

A microgrid is a local energy grid with control capability, which means it can disconnect from the traditional grid and operate autonomously.

HOW DOES A MICROGRID WORK?

To understand how a microgrid works, you first have to understand how the grid works. The grid connects homes, businesses and other buildings to central power sources, which allow us to use appliances, heating/cooling systems and electronics. But this interconnectedness means that when part of the grid needs to be repaired, everyone is affected.
This is where a microgrid can help. A microgrid generally operates while connected to the grid, but importantly, it can break off and operate on its own using local energy generation in times of crisis like storms or power outages, or for other reasons. A microgrid can be powered by distributed generators, batteries, and/or renewable resources like solar panels. Depending on how it’s fueled and how its requirements are managed, a microgrid might run indefinitely.

Smart Grid

Smart grid” generally refers to a class of technology people are using to bring utility electricity delivery systems into the 21st century, using computer-based remote control and automation. These systems are made possible by two-way communication technology and computer processing that has been used for decades in other industries. They are beginning to be used on electricity networks, from the power plants and wind farms all the way to the consumers of electricity in homes and businesses. They offer many benefits to utilities and consumers -- mostly seen in big improvements in energy efficiency on the electricity grid and in the energy users’ homes and offices.