Solar Installations

Rooftop

Installing solar panels on rooftop of house or commercial building is a common choice especially when surplus land is not available as part of the property. Using rooftop saves cost of land or does not kill the options of alternate use of land for personal and business use. Rooftop installations however could be bit more expensive and complex depending on type of roof can limit the optimized harnessing of solar energy due to restrictions on free selection of azimuth and tilt angles of the PV panels. South facing roof with 10-20 Deg tilt option are the best roof for harnessing the solar energy

Ground Mount

Ground-mounted panels could be a costly affair if land needs to be purchased or if available land could be used for other revenue generating purposes. If Land is available free of cost and available for use with no future use, ground mount system can be the best option for solar installations as Solar system design and energy yield can be fully optimized. As well as maintenance and cleaning of PV Panels in ground mount system could be quite cheap affair.

Hybrid

Hybrid solar systems operate similarly to a universal grid-tie Solar system, but they use batteries instead to save energy for later use. This ability to conserve energy enables many hybrid systems to operate as a backup power supplement during an outage. This feature resembles a UPS system. The term hybrid solar, now, refers to a function that is a combination of solar and battery reserve which is directly connected to the main electricity grid. Hybrid solar systems enable you to conserve solar energy and use it when you're home. Peak rate is experienced during the evening, and this conserved energy comes in handy at that time.

Off-grid

An off-grid setup allows conserving solar power in batteries for utility during the downtime of the power grid or if you are not on the network. The systems will channelise power whenever the sun is shining to the grid for use when the supply is out. Provides control for your critical loads when the power grid is down.

Community Solar

Community solar can refer to both ‘community-owned’ projects as well as third-party-owned setups. The electricity produced is usually shared within a community space and common spaces like parking, roof tops of recreational areas can be used for solar adoption. The intent of setting up a solar community is to accommodate members of a community to share the benefits even if they do not wish to install solar systems on their property. This also lowers the overall pricing effective on solar setup. Solar community is a proportionally new concept with multiple stakeholders, companies, groups and affiliates participating in the projects. This reason implies the best value on these options..