Solar energy is energy produced by sun created through a thermonuclear process and this process creates heat and electromagnetic radiations. These electromagnetic radiations have the energy that reaches the earth.
PV Generating Stations require disproportionately large land area compared to other generating modes. In view of the demand of land in the country in general.
Setting up large PV Stations faces the problem of land acquisition in most part of the country.Read More
Floating solar is a concept which extends the theory of Solar Power Generation only and through some structural modifications we aim to obtain higher efficiency of the plant.
So, it’s very important or understands the various components that will be used in addition to the already used panels and mounting structures.Read More
There are various types of inverter which are used in Photovoltaic systems. Inverters are distinguished according to the inverter operation, voltage and current control scheme.
In most cases due to some advantages in grid-connected inverters.Read More
The module mounting structure is designed for holding suitable number of modules in series over rooftop. The frames and supporting structures are made of galvanized steel post, hot dip galvanized material of suitable sections.Read More
Cables will be extremely robust and resist high mechanical load and abrasion. High temperature resistance and excellent weatherproofing characteristics provide a long service life to the cables used.Read More
Hydro Power is a well established technology that has played an important role in the global power system since the beginning of centralized power distribution systems.
Compared to its traditional solar counterparts,floating photovoltaic (FPV) allows standard solar panels to be installed on dead water spaces to maximize utility of resources. Valuable resources like land can then be solely used and dedicated to their industry i.e. for agricultural use in the case of “Food vs. Fuel”.