Roof Top Solutions
The cost-effective and reliable choice to address continuous power outages and growing prices of grid electricity especially during peak hours. Integrated with the existing electrical infrastructure, the solar roof top system will help offset majority of energy needs.

Features:

  • N-tier design methodology
  • 1 KW to 100 KW peak AC power
  • Tilted solar panels for optimal energy harvest
  • Mounted on raised steel structure
  • Modular construction
  • Remote Monitoring System
We offer the following roof top solutions:
  • Off Grid solution

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    • -Energy produced by Solar PV modules is used to charge lead acid batteries through MPPT charge controller
    • -Charge control unit controls and prevents the overcharging and deep discharging of battery pack.
    • -Household energy needs are met using the energy stored in the battery pack
    • -Power stored in the battery pack during the day supports power needs during nights and during peak hours (high tariff hours), thus reducing power bill.

    Key Benefits:

    • To ensure access to electricity at all times especially during high demand/load hours.
    • For areas that have no access to utility grid, it is a cost-effective option than extending power liner over long distances.
  • On-Grid/ Grid tied solution

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    • -Solar panels often generate more electricity than what a household usually consumes. With net metering (import-export meter), homeowners can put this excess electricity onto the utility grid instead of storing it at home with batteries.
    • -The utility grid is a virtual battery, without the need for maintenance or replacements, and with much better efficiency rates.

    Key Benefits:

    • Allows to save more money through net metering, plus lower equipment (no battery banks and charge controllers needed) and installation costs.
    • Helps utility companies mitigate the peak load demands.
  • Hybrid Solution

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    • -Hybrid solar solution combines the best from grid-tied and off-grid solar solutions. These systems can either be described as off-grid solar with utility backup power or grid-tied solar with extra battery storage.

    Key Benefits

    • Solar panels happen to output the most electrical power at noon i.e. around the high tariff rates. By using solar power during the peaktime, utility bills can be reduced.
    • Enables temporary storage of excess electricity generated by solar panels in batteries and export it to the utility grid when higher prices are paid for exports.