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.
Yellow Haze Energy
Yellow Haze Energy is a fast growing solar energy company with base in Udaipur, Rajasthan. It provides solar power through both Capex and Opex models in Rajasthan, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh. Yellow Haze counts on its experienced in-house team and strategic partnerships to offer comprehensive solution from concept to commissioning.
In the last decade, concentration of greenhouse gasses has increased considerably in the atmosphere causing damage to the environment and adversely affecting the health of living organisms. Majority of these gases are produced during electricity generation by thermal plants. Switching to cleaner technologies like Solar is no more an option. However, cost of switching to solar power requires considerable investment and hence to make it mass phenomenon, there is need of innovative models like solar power plant at zero investment.
Yellow Haze Energy has financial innovation in its DNA and offers a unique business model for Institutional, Commercial & Industrial Customers in India. Under this model we invest and set up a solar project at your rooftop. We sell the generated power to you at a cost that is less than your current cost of power which guarantees you cost savings in electricity from day one.