The solar power market share in India is expected to increase by USD 240.42 billion from 2021 to 2026, at a CAGR of 35.24%. This solar power market in India research report provides valuable insights on the post-covid-19 impact on the market, which will help companies evaluate their business approaches. Furthermore, this report extensively covers solar power market segmentation in India by end-user (utility and rooftop) and application (grid-connected and off-grid).
The increasing investments in renewable energy are notably driving the solar power market growth in India, although factors such as the presence of other energy sources may impede the market growth. Increasing investments in renewable energy is the key factor driving the growth in the solar power market in India.
COMPONENTS OF THE SOLAR POWER SYSTEM:
Solar systems are made of solar panels, a mounting system, and a solar inverter with a computerized controller. Solar panels produce DC electricity from sunlight. Then the inverter converts the generated electricity into AC; so that it can be used in the household. The computerized controller manages the solar system and ensures optimal performance. If you want a battery backup system or an off-the-grid solar system, a battery is required.
SOLAR PANEL INSTALLATION PROCESS:
The most common location for the installation of solar panels in Delhi is the roof. Most of the roofs typically have the desired specifications for the installation, so that panels get the maximum sunlight. Nevertheless, if the installed panel on the roof is not applicable or desired, the solar panels could also be mounted on the ground. You just need to make sure that there are no objects blocking access to the sun.
The following 8 crucial steps explain solar panel installation on a roof in detail:
SET UP SCAFFOLDING
Firstly, you have to erect scaffolding to ensure safety during the whole installation process when bringing on the roof.
INSTALL SOLAR PANEL MOUNTS
Then, the solar panel mounting system has to be set up. This will support the base of the solar panels. The whole mounting structure must be tilted and have an angle between 18-36 degrees to have maximum sunlight exposure.
INSTALL THE SOLAR PANELS
When the mounts are set up, the solar panel itself has to be installed on the mounting structure. Make sure to tighten up all the bolts and nuts so that it stays stable.
WIRE THE SOLAR PANELS
The next step to follow in the installation process is to install the electrical wiring. In most cases, MC4 connectors are used because they are suited for all types of solar panels. Make sure to shut off the household’s electricity supply during the wiring installation.
INSTALL SOLAR INVERTER
After that, the solar inverter must be connected to the system. It is typically installed near the main panel and it could be both indoors and outdoors. Inverters are more efficient if kept in a cooler place. If the inverter is outdoors, it should be kept out from the afternoon sun.
BOND SOLAR INVERTER AND SOLAR BATTERY
Thereafter, the solar inverter has to be connected to the solar battery. Solar battery storage can save you from worrying about the lack of usable energy during cloudy times, it can also lower the solar battery storage system costs during installation.
CONNECT THE INVERTER TO THE CONSUMER UNIT
The inverter should be connected to the consumer unit to generate electricity. A generation meter should also be connected to monitor the amount of electricity the efficient solar panels from Synergy Wave System actually produce. You can use your computer or other devices to check your solar system’s performance.
START AND TEST SOLAR PANELS
The final step is to switch the power on and test the newly installed solar panel system. After that, the solar panel installation process is completed.
Following the above-stated steps would be a great guide for future solar panel installations, that will come in handy. Outsourcing your solar installation needs to the best solar EPC company in Gurgaon such as Synergy Wave System, would help you leverage the maximum benefit out of your solar power system. So, why wait, when you can go solar NOW!
The computerized controller manages the solar system and ensures optimal performance. If you want a battery backup system or an off-the-grid solar system, a battery is required.