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Installing solar panels in India is a good idea.
Electricity is becoming expensive with each passing day and more people are getting interested in using solar energy to meet their electricity needs. Power cuts and dependence on DG sets is making people look for more and better sources. Solar PV panels provide a very good alternative. Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India is also promoting solar PV systems under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission in the country. They also provide a subsidy to people buying solar panels under this scheme. Many people are keen to buy solar panels in India.
What should we pay attention to in buying solar panels in India?
- According to our research on the solar photovoltaic industry (in the sale of the electronic commerce website for solar photovoltaic) and resources, the cost of photovoltaic components (only panels) is between 30 and 50 rupees per watt (depending on the quantity you are buying).
- Watt power modules are much cheaper per Wp than watt power less modules. Compared with modules with lower wattage power, solar panels are more efficient for modules with higher wattage power.
- If you live in areas with frequent blackouts, the best solution is to build a “off grid” solar photovoltaic system. Off grid solar photovoltaic systems will include batteries, which are expensive parts of the system, which need to be replaced every few years (4-7 years). A typical off grid solar photovoltaic system will cost about 100 thousand rupees.
- There are two types of solar cells: monocrystalline silicon and polycrystalline silicon. The difference between the two is that monocrystalline silicon is made of monocrystalline silicon, while polycrystalline PV is composed of polycrystals. The conversion of solar energy per square meter of solar energy to electricity is more efficient than polysilicon solar energy conversion. Therefore, the power required for monocrystalline silicon solar panels is the same. So it is more expensive than polysilicon PV. The main module of India is “polycrystalline”.
- The typical efficiency of the India panel is between 13-19%. Please note that to reduce efficiency and more panels, you will need to get the same number of power and will occupy more roof area.
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