A Solar PV system absorbs the sun's irradiation and converts it to electricity. Produced electricity will be either utilized at your premises or it will be exported back to grid. Solar PV systems are available in different types of setups varying from them being connected to the existing grid lines or stand-alone setups that do not use grid electricity or both.

Even on foggy days, solar panels can generate electricity. Because solar PV systems work on the principle of solar irradiance, they do not require direct sunlight to generate power. Although power generation would be lower than on a bright and sunny day, it would continue. This diminished generation, on the other hand, may not cause any problems for you. If your solar PV system is grid-connected, electricity will be automatically pulled from the grid if solar PV generates less than expected. Energy will be received from the storage battery in an off-grid system with battery backup.

When you are not at home, your solar system continues to work and run any equipment that may be switched on such as refrigerators, security systems, etc. In case your energy consumption is less than the solar system's generation, the excess energy will be fed to the grid and it will be recorded in the net meter.

Prior permission (i.e., technical feasibility approval) is to be taken from the concerned DISCOM to install the SPV system. Approval will be given based on capacity, category and contracted load on the service.

The consumer will receive a net import/export bill reflecting either net grid export or net grid import. In the case of a net import bill, the consumer must settle it according to existing regulations. If the bill is a net export bill, credit units will be carried forward to the next month's import bill for adjustment. The net credit in account will be refunded twice a year, on the basis of the June and December month bills. The amount due for net energy export will be determined by TSERC for that year.

40% subsidy for 1-3 KW on MNRE Benchmark
20% subsidy for 4-10 KW on MNRE Benchmark
20% subsidy for Group Housing/Gated Community on MNRE Benchmark
The subsidy applies to residential segment only. It is not applicable for commercial segment.

Huge savings on electricity bills up to 70% based on the capacity of the system
Get your investment within 3-4years
Good annual returns up to 40%
Increases your property value.

Zero carbon foot print
Clean and green energy
Noiseless systems
It lowers greenhouse gas emissions and air pollutants that cause climate changes and health hazards to humans.

Net metering is the system that is used to credit solar plant owners for the excess electricity produced by their solar plant. It calculates both import and export units produced by their system. Excess exported units will be recorded in the bill which can be utilized for upcoming months. It helps consumer to get benefit from slab system and fixed tariff rates.

You can connect your solar system directly to your utility's cables. Net metering allows you to do this. Your meter will spin backwards when your system generates more electricity than you consume. Excess electricity (power generated in excess of consumption) is fed into the grid. The surplus will be credited to your power account.

Because the DC voltage is high during peak hours, it is advisable to clean the panels before 8 AM or after 6 PM. When they're wet, they're easy to clean because the dust is simply wiped away. A long handheld wiper is recommended for safety reasons.

To install an on-grid system, you must first obtain DISCOM approval for grid connectivity. We will assist you in obtaining all relevant approvals. Approval will be granted depending on the service's capacity, category, and contracted load. There are no permits needed to install an off-grid solar installation.

Solar power can be stored in batteries. This is done in systems that are grid-tied with battery backups and in off-grid solar systems.

Power produced by the system will be parallel to the external grid supply. The amount of your energy consumption that solar can offset is determined by the size and angle of your roof, as well as your budget. Many consumers use solar rooftops to cover their whole electricity bill.

You can avoid paying higher utility bills.
You won't have to worry about the utility company raising their prices every year now that piece of your power bill is gone. You acquire a solar system that will provide a particular quantity of power for the next 25 or 30 years.
Using the sun's beams to generate electricity produces no pollution or harms the environment, unlike certain other forms of energy.
Installing a solar system is similar to building your own power plant. Instead of relying solely on the utility, you generate energy on your own land.

The most common electrical load in most households is air conditioning. Solar panels can generate enough power to run an air conditioner, but only if you purchase a large enough system to provide that amount of electricity based on your needs.

If the existing arresters are in good condition, more arresters may not be required. This will be determined during the installation process.

We provide 5 Years AMC, regular online monitoring of plant and quarterly inspection of solar panels, inverters, protection circuit, cabling junction boxes and earthing. We will also help you claiming the warranty if there is any performance issue in inverter and solar panels.

Solar energy is renewable, clean source of energy that doesn't produce greenhouse gases and doesn't pollute water or any other part of nature. Thermal energy is non-renewable and generates pollution.

Solar rooftops can be installed by anyone who consume electricity and want to cut the cost of electricity bill. The basic requirement is that they should have a minimum area (Shade free zone-preferably rooftops) of about 6-10 square meters (1 KW) for the installation.

It generates 120 units per month approximately.

Unisolar Personnel make site visit and check whether the roof is strong enough to install the solar panels and make appropriate arrangements.

Maintenance of solar energy systems in very minimal. Cleaning the solar panels once a week will give good energy yield.

Your past electricity bill data will help us in determining the required optimal capacity of the rooftop system.

No, you don't get any batteries with the grid-connected system.

You need not worry about it as we would identify the issue and would ensure faster resolution as per the warranty terms of the product.

If the solar panels break during transportation, you need not worry, we will cover you but in the case of physical damage after installation, the cost of replacement has to be borne by you.

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