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SOLAR EPC PHOTOVOLTAICS POWER SERVICES
What basically Solar Panels power services are?
Common names of Solar Photovoltaic Panels are Solar PV panels or Solar Panels. They are one of the most efficient ways to generate your own electricity and earn money at the same time. They’re environmentally friendly too, so it’s easy to see why they’re growing in popularity, numbers of citizens investing in Solar Panels across the India are increasing in geometrical progress.
Every Solar Panel is made up of small photovoltaic (PV) cells which are interlinked, converting the sun’s energy into usable electricity. Panels basic function is to allows light particles to collide with the electrons within the panel, a flow of electricity is generated which can be fed into your mains electricity, to power things like your TV and Laptop.
How do Solar Panels work?
Solar cells within the panels act as a semi-conductor that converts daylight into electricity.
The electricity generated by the panels is Direct Current (DC). It’s then converted to Alternative Current (AC) by using an inverter which is usually located in the loft.
Household appliances can be used as normal via the fuse box (otherwise known as the consumer unit).
Benefits of Solar Panels Services:
- Could earn you money on the electricity you produce and export.
- Could help you to save money on your annual electricity bills.
- Solar Panels generates clean, green energy and this you lower your carbon footprints.
- Allows you to invest in the future and become less reliant on the National Grid.
- Solar Panels potentially help you to save more money, if electricity prices continue to rise.
How much can you save with Solar?
Like other energy savings products, the savings you’re likely to make all depend on your individual circumstances. In other words it depends on things like where you live, how much electricity you use and the amount you spend on Solar Panels could affect what you make or save each year.
It is estimated that ROI in solar panels is from 3.5 to 4 years, means pay off % of the installation costs is above 30% (It makes Solar projects a great investment) and makes it a potentially attractive proposition for homeowners and for commercial or industrial sectors.
Warranty on performance period of solar panels is 25 years means you can save up to 21 years of your electricity bill.
If your know your monthly electricity bill just multiply it with 252. Now you are really surprised to know how much you can save even without even considering regular rise of electricity tariffs.
SOLAR EPC THERMAL WATER HEATING SEVICES
Solar hot water systems work alongside your conventional water heater to provide hot water, and could save you up to 80% on your water heating. India is among the countries, which experience high level of the solar radiation at Earth. Technical advances in the design and manufacture of solar panels means that today’s systems are more efficients, maximising the use of the sun’s rays.
Schematic of a system for solar heating of water services:
A solar hot water system (above) uses solar collectors—panels or tubes to collect the sun’s energy which is used to heat a fluid. A pump then circulates this fluid and transfers the heat into your hot water cylinder. The price of an installation is affected by factors such as cylinder size, number of collectors and location and will normally be installed within few days.
A solar hot water system could also earn you money in the long run. After you install a renewable heat system an estimate is made on how much heat your system will produce and you will get paid a fixed amount based on that estimate.
The payment under the renewable energy scheme could be up to 16 Rs/kW hr for the hot water and heat you generate and use yourself. It is estimated that you will earn enough money from the tariffs to pay off the installation costs in about 7-9 years, making it a potentially attractive proposition for homeowners.
Solar Thermal – Domestic Hot Water System Services:
- Cold water enters the system from mains supply.
- The pump activates by the solar controller, When the collector is warm enough.
- Solar fluid is then pumped round the collector, heated by solar energy.
- This fluid then passes into a cylinder heating up the water via a coil.
- If required, a second coil brings the water up to the preset temperature via an existing boiler.
- Hot water is now available through the taps.
What makes up the solar thermal system?
There are two main types of solar collector:
Flat-plate collectors consist of dark-coloured absorber plates. The plates are mounted within a glazed and insulated box that behave like a mini green-capacitor to retain heat within the collector.
The benefits of a flat plate are:
- Easy to install – can be mounted horizontally, vertically, on the roof.
- Cheaper to manufacture.
- More robust design and less likely to overheat.
Evacuator tubes consist of rows of parallel tubes with a glass thermal absorber. During production air flows through the tubes and helps it to reach a higher temperature in all sunshine levels.
The benefits of evacuator tubes are:
- More efficients at generating and retaining heat.
- Cheaper to manufacture.
- Easy to repair. Damaged tubes can be replaced without any major disruption.
Solar cylinder, pump and controller
The hot water cylinder installed contains a ‘twin coil’ heating system. The lower coil is heated through the solar panels while the upper one is heated through your existing boiler.
Pump & Controller
In system the pump speed is managed by a solar controller. The controller reads temperature sensors in the cylinder plus in the collector and accordingly regulates the rate at which solar fluid is pumped through the system.