Technically yes, a solar plant can meet your entire power requirement if it is backed by battery energy storage system (BESS). But practically, for commercial and industrial users where the power requirement is higher, it would be recommended to use solar in sync with the grid. When in sync, priority is automatically given to the…
Since Solar PV works based on the amount of sunlight it receives, it starts generating the output at around 6 am in the morning and stops at about 7 pm in the evening depending on the plant location. The generation increases gradually and peaks at noon and then gradually decreases as the Sun goes down.
Amplus offers a Grid Interactive Rooftop Solar plant which matches the frequency and voltage of your Grid and Diesel Generator and runs in sync with them. The electricity created by the solar plant is exactly like the one you are sourcing from Grid/DG and it will be fed in simultaneously with them. Thus, there will
No permissions are required if you are installing an off-grid solar PV system. But in case you wish to integrate your solar system with the grid to avail net metering option, certain permissions are required to be taken from the respective DISCOM and the state government.
The Solar plant will generate electricity only during the Sunny hours, typically between 6 A.M. to 6 P.M and will not generate any electricity during the night.
No, Solar energy is integrated into the LT panel of consumer premises, wherein DG, Grid or other generator sources would be feeding power as of now. When solar energy is injected, the equipment is unaware of the source from which power is feeding in. Hence it is not possible to segregate the loads on basis
he electricity generation of the plant suffers during rainy and cloudy days especially during the monsoon season, but the generation never drops to zero. The loss of generation during monsoon and other rains is already adjusted in the 1.3 to 1.5 Lakhs unit/100kWp/annum generation number.
It is advisable to install an energy monitoring system along with your solar plant that will allow you to compare the actual with the estimated performance on daily, monthly and annual basis.
Amplus uses non-penetrating structures which are mounted without any puncturing. Thus, the integrity of the roof is maintained. The load of the entire solar plant is about 10-15 kg/square meter and can easily be taken by any roof
This would depend on various factors such as the shadow-free area available, the orientation of the roof etc, however, as a thumb rule, we can assume 1KW plant requires 12 sq meters of shade-free area.