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Our Solar Solutions

On-Grid Solar Systems

An on-grid solar system is connected to the utility power grid and requires the grid to be running for the solar plant to produce energy.

Pros of an ON-GRID Solar System:
· On-Grid systems are a less expensive option, as it doesn’t require batteries and other equipment.
· The On-Grid system is ideal for those who don’t have enough roof space or financing to install a solar system to cover 100% of their energy usage. Still Electricity can be consumed from the grid if needed.
· Net Metering allows the electricity generated by a solar system to offset the electricity used from the grid during the night or cloudy days.
· The grid becomes your cost-effective, reliable storage solution and very less maintenance as compared with off-grid.

· Billing Process:
In most states of India, Net-metering / Net Billing or Net feed-in / Gross-Metering is followed by the Electricity Board.

· Net Metering:
The solar energy exported to the Grid from an on-grid solar PV system is deducted from the energy imported from the grid in units to arrive at the net imported or exported energy. The net imported or exported energy is billed or credited or carried over to the next billing period. This process shall continue until the end of the settlement period. At the end of the settlement period, credit i.e., the net units of surplus generation available if any shall get lapsed.  

· Net billing or Net feed-in:
The monetary value of the imported energy is debited based on the applicable retail tariff determined by the Electricity Board from time to time. Likewise, the exported energy is credited based on the feed-in tariff by EB. The monetary value of the exported energy is deducted from the monetary value of imported energy to arrive at the net amount to be billed. If the cumulative credit amount exceeds the debit amount during any billing cycle, the net credit amount is carried over to the next billing cycle. At the end of a 12-month settlement period i.e., 31st March, the net credit balance (if any) shall be carried-over to the next settlement period. 

Cons of ON-GRID Solar System:

· If the Utility grid goes down the solar system will shut off, leaving you without power. This is required to prevent energy from back feeding into the grid to keep utility workers safe. 
· On-grid system will automatically shut off when the grid goes down, and will also automatically turn back on when power is restored.
· You’re not completely independent from the grid.

Off-Grid Solar Systems

Most people like the idea of installing an off-grid solar system because of the independence and stability the solar system will bring into their lives.

It is only achievable with the appropriate equipment and batteries.

Pros of an Off-Grid Solar System:
Total independency from the Utility Grid.
· A great solution for remote locations and underdeveloped regions. 

Cons of an Off-Grid Solar System:
They are more costly.
· Batteries are required to deliver electricity consistently throughout the day and night.
· It could require a lifestyle change to reduce energy consumption.
· Surplus energy production could go to waste.
· Batteries require maintenance, have a relatively short lifespan, and degrade rapidly over the years and requires replacement.

Hybrid Solar Systems

The hybrid solar energy system is a combination of On-Grid and Off-Grid based solar energy systems. In simple terms, one can define it as a grid connected solar power system with a battery backup added.

It comes with the advantage of storing energy in the battery when the solar panel operates at its peak and retrieving the stored energy during peak evening hours when electricity rates are high or in case of any grid failure. Also, one can sell the surplus energy generated to the local grid-connection  and get paid for the same.

Pros of a Hybrid Solar System:
Reduced grid dependency. Hybrid inverters come with backup power capacity thus providing uninterrupted power under any circumstances. It allows consumers to consume power from grid, battery or solar.
· It can be used as an off-grid solar energy system in case of power failure.Can retrieve stored energy during cloudy weather or peak evening time (when tariff rates are high) thus saving the electricity bills 

Cons of a Hybrid Solar System:
· Higher and complex installation cost.
· Increase maintenance costs due to periodical replacement of batteries.
· Backup power build only for running critical loads, support is not provided to all the appliances.

Rooftop Solar

· Affordable installation costs.

· Adaptable roof space installations.

· Fullfilling customer energy needs.

Ground mount Solar

· Large scale installation in open access.

· Variable structural designs.

· Adaptable land contour installations.

Solar Tracker System

· Incremental generation.

· Tracing maximum day solar irradiance .

· Reducing shadow effect with less space consumption.

· Backtracking & seasonal tracking.

Solar Park

· Levelling & development of land.

· O&M related solutions.

· Arrangements for grid connectivity I.E state transmission network .

Floating Solar

· Anchoring & mooring.

· Various technology installations.

· Launching & towing.

· Block stabilisation & interconnections.

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