Solar Rooftop Power Plant Residential Scheme

  • Government of India has planned to scale up development of Grid-Connected Solar Power, under the National Solar Mission. Government of Gujarat have declared scheme to promote the use of solar Energy by installation of Solar PV system on rooftop individual residences.
  • Installation of rooftop solar plant requires no land, and energy is consumed where it is generated; where would be no element of transmission loss or wheeling loss. Therefore, such plants would be in the interest of household saving as well as betterment of state utilities.

Solar Photovoltaic System

  • Solar Power System is one of renewable energy systems which uses PV modules to convert sunlight into electricity. The electricity generated can be stored or used directly, fed back into grid line or combined with one or more other electricity generators or more renewable energy source. Solar PV system is very reliable and clean source of electricity that can suit a wide range of applications.

Solar Rooftop System

  • Solar PV system generates electric power by converting solar radiation into electrical energy. This consists of solar panels installed on roof top or on ground. Solar panels absorb the solar radiations and convert it to Direct Current Electricity.
  • An inverter that is connected to the Solar Panels, converts the direct current electricity into alternate current. The electric power generated is fed into the utility grid (conventional or public grid). There is a simple meter accounting which directly meters the energy generated through the system before flowing into the grid.

Advantages of Solar Rooftop System

  • Solar Energy is clean and pollution free
  • It is harmony with nature
  • Solar power is available in abundance and at your doorstep
  • Photovoltaic system is very easy to install operate and maintain.
  • As there are no moving parts in rooftop systems, the system is very robust ensuring a long life of about 25years

Components of solar rooftop system

Solar Panel

  • Solar Panel is assembly of numbers of photovoltaic cell and it is used as a component of a rooftop system to generate and supply DC electricity

Solar Array

  • Multiple Solar panels connected together and foam a solar array.

Junction Box

  • An electrical junction box is a container for electrical connections, usually intended to conceal them from sight and tempering. It also includes terminals for joining cables. Its protection degree should be IP65

Inverter (Power Conditioning Unit)

  • The Power Conditioning Unit (PCU) used in grid connects SPV systems consists of an Inverter and other electronics for MPPT, Synchronization and remote monitoring. The inverter is the most complicated part of the PV system. It has to act as the interface between the PV array and the Grid. It needs to trip if the frequency of voltage or current goes outside acceptable ranges.

Manual / Automatic disconnect switch

  • It is an automatically / manually operated electrical switch designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage caused by overload or short circuit. Its basic function is to detect a fault condition and by interrupting continuity, to immediately discontinue electrical flow.

Net metered systems

  • In case of rooftop solar PV systems, the metering system is of net metering and focus would be on consumption within the rooftop owners installations (with the grid acting as an energy bank). In such case existing utility meter is to be replaced by Bi-directional (or import – export) meter.

Space requirement for Solar Rooftop system

  • A 1 kW photovoltaic system would require about 10 sq. meters of shadow free rooftop area. Large photovoltaic systems would require proportionally more space to absorb more sunlight. Hence for example, a 5 kW system would require 50 sq. meters area.

Electricity generation by Solar Rooftop system

  • A 1 kW photovoltaic system would generate an average of 3-4 units (kWh) per day, 320 days are consider as sunny day in Gujarat State and hence 1 kW photovoltaic system would generate around 960 - 1280 units electricity per year.

Features of Residential Rooftop Solar PV system scheme of GoG and MNRE

  • Allowed solar capacity: Residential Costumer up to 100% , Commercial Trust & Social Sector - up to 50%
  • Meter: Bi-directional Meter and Solar Generation Meter
  • Surplus generation to be paid by DISCOM at APPC (Average poll purchase cost of the year of installation of system).
  • Banking of Energy: For one billing cycle
  • Wheeling / Transmission charges: No charges
  • Renewable purchase obligation (RPO): credited to DISCOM
  • Old Discovered price was Rs. 69,000/- per kW with 5 year CMC – Right Now Waiting for new Rate.
  • Ministry of New and Renewable Energy provide 30% subsidy (CFA)
  • Government of Gujarat provides Rs. 10,000/- per kW with maximum limit of Rs. 20,000/- as subsidy.
  • Registration at GEDA office through P&N solar Energy- Euro Premium Solar Team
  • Connectivity charges of DISCOM: Rs. 1,500/-

WHO CAN APPLY

  • Any individual resident and consumer of DISCOM

DOCUMENT REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION

  • Latest Electric Bill
  • Municipality or Panchayat House Tax receipt or Documents
  • ID Proof (Adhar card must Required)
  • Two passport size photo, Contact details & E-mail ID


1KW Solar Rooftop System

System Capacity : 1 KW
No of Panels : 4X250 W Solar Panels
Inverter Capacity : 3.0 KW
Output: from 1277 to 1825 KWh/year*
Roof Area Required : 7.2 m2

2KW Solar Rooftop System

System Capacity : 2 KW
No of Panels : 8X250 W Solar Panels
Inverter Capacity : 3.0 KW
Output: from 2,555 to 3,650 KWh/year*
Roof Area Required : 14.4 m2

3KW Solar Rooftop System

System Capacity : 3 KW
No of Panels : 12 X 250 W Solar Panels
Inverter Capacity : 3.0 KW
Output: from 3,832 to 5,475KWh/year*
Roof Area Required : 21.6 m2

4KW Solar Rooftop System

System Capacity : 4 KW
No of Panels : 16 X 250 W Solar Panels
Inverter Capacity :4.0KW / 5.0KW
Output: from 5,110 to 7,300 KWh/year*
Roof Area Required : 28.8 m2

5KW Solar Rooftop System

System Capacity : 5 KW
No of Panels : 20 X 250 W Solar Panels
Inverter Capacity :5.0KW
Output: from 6,387 to 9,125 KWh/year*
Roof Area Required :36.0 m2

10KW Solar Rooftop System

System Capacity : 10 KW
No of Panels : 40 X 250 W Solar Panels
Inverter Capacity :10KW
Output: from 12,774 to 18,250 KWh/year*
Roof Area Required :72 m2

Our Residential Solar Rooftop System are the easiest way for you to go to generate your own power. Our Solar Rooftop Systems are compact and efficient solar power packs, low budget with Government Subsidy, low maintenance, silent and pollution free. This Solar System comes with solar panel and inverter can give you power when it is most required. We are also help to Provide Mankind an Eco Friendly solution using the God's Graced SUN Energy. This renewable power option does not release greenhouses gases, carcinogens and CO2 like traditional fossil fuels.

Social Sector

Pramukh Shree Shajanand Gurukul 5kW

Our Social Sector Solar Rooftop System are the easiest way for you to go to generate your own power. Our Solar Rooftop Systems are compact and efficient solar power packs, low budget with Government Subsidy, low maintenance, silent and pollution free. This Solar System comes with solar panel and inverter can give you power when it is most required. We are also help to Provide Mankind an Eco Friendly solution using the God's Graced SUN Energy. This renewable power option does not release greenhouses gases, carcinogens and CO2 like traditional fossil fuels.