The Blessings of The Sun


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Introduction to solar 

Solar power is the conversion of sunlight into electricity, either directly using photovoltaic's (PV), or indirectly using concentrated solar power (CSP).

into a small beam. Photovoltaic's convert light into an electric current using the photovoltaic effect.


Importance of solar

India is not rich in conversional fuels like oil, gas and nuclear. We import these fuels and pay heavy amount foreign exchange reserves. There is need to demonstrate and practice alternative energy solutions. Solar Energy is becoming an economically viable alternative for electricity supply. There is now significant reduction in the prices of solar electricity and hence solar electricity is economically viable alternative to grid electricity. Before you can understand why solar energy is important you should have a good idea of what solar energy is. Solar energy is produced by the sun.  It can be harnessed like any other type of energy and used to create electricity to run homes and businesses.


Buildings can also be heated by the thermal energy produced by the sun. Best of all, solar energy is free and does not compromise the environment.

Probably the best part about why solar energy is that it is a renewable source of energy, which basically means that it will stay there forever, Because, it is ultra clean, natural and a sustainable source of energy that you can utilize in the use of making solar electricity, it will be consumed for all practical human usages. Oil, coal etc, is all bound to finish one day and eradicate from the face of the planet. So why not put them in the storage and use something more useful,


Benefit of Solar Energy


  1. 1.  Environmental Benefits :-
  1. Clean & Green Energy
  2.  No Carbon Emission and Green House Gases
  3. No coal or Wood means Indirectly saving Nature and Natural resource for Power
  4. No DIRECT or INDIRECT negative effect to NATURE / PLACE / PERSON
  5.  Another key aspect of using solar energy is that it has massive financial benefits.


  1. 2.  Tangible Benefits :-
  1. Usage of Roof and Sheds Area
  2. Very Low Maintenance
  3. Government compulsion of Buying REC (Renewable Energy Certificates) not applicable
  4. Curb on production Loss in case of Manufacturers self Dependency in Manufacturing
  5. Long term Money Saving and in Turn become Profit Center
  6. 100% Accelerated Depreciation on Investment
  7. Central Government Subsidy by MNRE (Ministry of New and Renewable Energy)*
  8. State Government subsidies through the nodal agency*
  9. Create own Shads for Parking and other purpose
  10. Reducing Temperature of Top Floor
  11. Easy handling in case of power Shutdown and tripping
  12. Big Saving on Electric Bills
  13. Reducing monthly maintenance bill of Society and their members
  14. Direct Revenue by selling surplus power generation
  15. Almost free Electricity for 20 Years
  16. High returns on Investment and better option than Fixed Deposit
  17. 2 Years onsite warrantee


  1. 3.  Non Tangible Benefits :-
  1. Helping in meeting CSR (Corporate Social Responsibilities)
  2. Self dependency and Long term sustainable resource
  3. Cost Effective
  4. Own Power Production House
  5. 100% free from Noise Pollution
  6. Leakage proof and no burning of oil
  7. Increase in Property Value
  8. Helping Government Indirectly


  1. 4.     Certificates :-
  1. Carbon Credits
  2. MEDA (Maharashtra Energy Development Agency)
  3. MNRE (Ministry of New and Renewable Energy)
  4. Pollution Control Board


  1. 5.     Usage and Installation Highlights
  1. Easy to Install on Roof and Sheds
  2. Least Government Approval Required
  3. Easy to Claim Government Subsidy
  4. Easy to Relocate the whole plant in case of Shifting at a Nominal Charges


 * subject to terms and conditions of varies states



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