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Solar Rooftop Systems

Introduction :

A Rooftop photovoltaic power station is a system which uses one or more photovoltaic panels, installed on rooftops of residential or commercial buildings, to convert sunlight into electricity. The various components in a rooftop photovoltaic power station include photovoltaic modules, mounting systems, cables, Solar inverters and other electrical accessories.

A rooftop photovoltaic power station (either on-grid or off-grid) can be used in conjunction with other power sources like diesel generators, etc. This system is capable of providing a continuous source of power.

For organizations/commercial consumers planning to shift from conventional energy to solar power use, a rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant can not only be a money saver but also money spinner with excess power supplied to the utility grid

Installation

The urban environment provides a large amount of empty rooftop spaces and can inherently avoid the potential land use and environmental concerns. Estimating rooftop solar insolation is a multi-faceted process, as insolation values in rooftops are impacted by the following:

• Time of the year

• Weather conditions

• Shading from adjacent buildings and trees

• Shading from overhanging vegetation

• Roof slope

• Roof Size

• Roof aspect

• Electrical load

• Current rate,

• Load capacity, and

• Geographic Location



Basic components of Roof Top Solar Power Systems :

• A set of PV panels that convert sunlight (photons) into direct-current (DC) electricity.

• A racking system that firm holds the panels to the roof, exposing these to the sun at an advantageous angle

• Inverters that convert DC electricity into alternating current (AC) electricity.

• Wiring that connects everything.

• A storage battery (in the case of a grid-fed power plant, a large-sized battery is not necessary to store and use that power after sunset)

• A variety of means to tilt the panels toward the sun to generate more electricity Energy meters to record the en-ergy that is supplied to the grid

• Junction boxes

• Earthing kits

Government’s role in encouraging small producers :

Government policies help rapid growth of the solar power sector in our country via rooftop and other low-power solar plants.

While the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) opened up the solar electricity sector in India, the focus has primarily been on large-scale grid-connected power plants. With the drastic fall in prices of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules and balance of systems (BOS) on the one hand, and the high and rising tariffs of certain consumer categories in India on the other, grid-connected solar Rooftop PV (RTPV) systems are becoming increasingly viable economically and offer multiple benefits.

A balanced approach for promoting RTPV would be to adopt a national policy of ‘net-metering’ to encourage in-situ generation primarily for self consumption.
 
 
 
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