Who can benefit?
By using solar power, we all can benefit. We provide ready made and easy to install solar systems to Residential, Commercial and Agricultural purposes.
The number of solar system installations on buildings roof-top has grown in recent years. Government subsidy programs and green pricing policies have stimulated the demand. Demand is also driven by the desire of individuals or companies to obtain their electricity from a clean, non-polluting, renewable source. With the Government’s policies to buy power from residents, having solar system on your home would make some money. Check out our Residential Solar Systems.
On an office building, roof areas can be covered with solar panels (PV modules), which can be semi-transparent to provide shaded light. On a factory or warehouse, large roof areas are the best location for solar modules. If the roof is flat, then arrays can be mounted using techniques that do not breach the weatherproofed roof membrane. The vertical walls of office buildings provide several opportunities for solar panels, as well as sunshades or balconies incorporating a solar system. Sunshades may have the PV system mounted externally to the building, or have PV cells specially mounted between glass sheets comprising the window. Check out our Commercial Solar Systems.
Timing is very important for farmers to cultivate the lands. Getting enough water at the right time is very important to reap the crops. Having a solar system, which can power the pump sets would help farmers to fulfill their dreams and even country dreams. After all, we need good food supply coming from farmers. Check out our Agricultural Solar Systems.
For many years, solar energy has been the power supply choice for industrial applications, especially where power is required at remote locations. Because solar systems are highly reliable and require little maintenance, they are ideal in distant or isolated places. Solar energy is also frequently used for transportation signaling, such as offshore navigation buoys, lighthouses, aircraft warning light structures, and increasingly in road traffic warning signals. Check out our Industrial Solar Systems.
Remote buildings, such as schools, community halls, and clinics, can benefit from solar energy. In developing regions, central power plants can provide electricity to homes via a local wired network, or act as a battery charging station where members of the community can bring batteries to be recharged. PV systems can be used to pump water in remote areas as part of a portable water supply system. Specialized solar water pumps are designed for submersible use or to float on open water. Large-scale desalination plants can also be PV powered using an array of PV modules with battery storage. Check out our Solar Systems.