SOLAR Powered Educational Institutions (10KW - 1,000KW)
"Let the sun pay your electricity bills"
Power Generation Warranty
Nano Technology Solar Modules
Special Bank Loan Schemes
Flexible Payment Options
Localized Service Support
On Grid plants with grid sharing QD-Inverter technology
Step-1: The solar panels convert sunlight into electric energy, which is Direct Current (DC). This current is then sent to an inverter.
Step-2: The inverter converts this DC to Alternating Current (AC) since households are only equipped to use AC. The grid tied inverter additionally regulates the amount and voltage of electricity fed to the household since all the power generated is mostly much more than a home needs or can handle.
Step-3: This ‘converted’ power supply is then used by homes through the main electricity distribution panel. Your home now has access to clean and green electricity, which makes you a contributor towards a cleaner and more sustainable environment.
There could be worries about how the home will receive power when the sun is not shining – that is the benefit from having the system ‘tied’ to the grid – your home receives non-stop power irrespective of the weather.
Quantum Direct Circuit Inverter
Grid connected solar roof top power plants with Gross metering
As per KERC Guidelines
Gross metering for the Domestic, Hospital and Educational institution consumers [HT -4, HT-2(c), LT -2(a) and LT -2(b)] to encourage them to make use of ideal rooftop space.
Under gross metering concept the entire energy generated by SRTPV plant has to be injected to the grid.
Sanction Load and Installed capacity:
•Installed capacity of SRTPV and small solar PV plants shall be equivalent to or less than 150% of the sanction load for both net metering and gross metering.
•In case of installed capacity in excess of allowable capacity,
the energy injected during any month, in excess of the
allowable installed capacity shall be billed at average pooled
power purchase cost notified by the commission from time to
time (for both net metering and gross metering
Tariff (As per KERC Guidelines)