Paying your ever increasing electricity bills is a never ending struggle. This article gives you insights on how you can use the technology development in Solar Power to reduce your electricity bills for at-least next 25 years.
As in the rest of the world, India’s main power grid is based on alternating current (AC). This AC current is supplied to consumers at different voltages depending on their demand and type of loads. This saves in transmission losses but the infrastructure for voltage step-up and step-down comes at a cost and so grid power has not been able to reach distant villages and hamlets. The growth in solar power technology and decrease in cost of solar power systems has come up as a solution for this problem. Recent years, has seen growth of Direct Current (DC) Solar microgrids in India, particularly in villages. This article, examines the potential of Solar microgrids in context of India.
Different Components of Solar Power System
A solar power plant directly connected to the home/enterprise and to the traditional electric utility grid.
Solar power systems inter-tied with the grid allows the consumer to get power from either the solar power plant or the utility grid. Switching between the solar and the grid is uniform in nature.