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25 Years Warranty

25 Years Warranty

Solar Modules comes with 25 Years power performance warranty. So after installation of solar, you will get free electricity for minimum 25 Years

Short Payback Period

Short Payback Period

Solar Rooftop System Comes with just 3-4 Years Payback Period. After that you will get free electricity for 25 Years.

Income tax savings

Subsidy From MNRE

Ministry of New & Renewable Energy offer 40% Subsidy on 1-3kW Residential Solar Rooftop system and 20% Subsidy on 3-10kW Residential Rooftop System.

Easy Finance

Easy Finance Option

We offer 100% finance with minimum interest so your monthly EMI will be lower than your monthly electricity bill.

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Average Monthly Electricity Bill.

A Solar System for homes is a sustainable solution for generating electricity using solar energy. It involves installing photovoltaic (PV) panels on the roof of a house, which then convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity. This electricity is then converted into alternating current (AC) electricity, which is used to power the home.

The On Grid Solar Rooftop System typically consists of the following components:

  • Solar panels
  • Inverter
  • Mounting structure
  • Wiring and electrical components
  • Monitoring system
  • Bi-directional Net Meter.

How On Grid Solar System works with Net Metering?

Net metering is a billing arrangement where the excess electricity generated by a homeowner’s solar panels is fed back into the grid, resulting in a credit on their utility bill. This helps offset the cost of electricity consumed from the grid when the solar panels are not generating enough electricity to meet the needs of the home.

In order to take advantage of net metering, a homeowner must have a bi-directional meter installed, which measures both the electricity that is consumed from the grid and the excess electricity that is fed back into it. This allows the utility company to accurately track the flow of electricity to and from the grid and adjust the homeowner’s bill accordingly.

The credit received for the excess electricity fed back into the grid is typically based on the same rate the homeowner is charged for electricity they consume from the grid. This means that the homeowner is effectively being paid for the excess electricity they generate, helping to offset the cost of their energy usage.

Net metering policies vary from state to state and utility to utility, but in most cases, the credit earned by a homeowner will roll over to the next month if it is not used. This means that a homeowner can accumulate a credit for the excess electricity they generate over time, which can help offset the cost of electricity consumed from the grid during months when their solar panels are not generating enough electricity.

Net metering helps to incentivize homeowners to invest in renewable energy technologies, as it allows them to receive a return on their investment by selling the excess electricity they generate back to the grid. This in turn helps to increase the overall adoption of renewable energy, which is crucial for mitigating the effects of climate change.

It is important to note that net metering policies are subject to change, so it is recommended that homeowners research the policies in their area before installing a solar system. Additionally, it is important to choose a reputable and experienced installer to ensure proper design, installation, and maintenance of the system to take full advantage of net metering.

 

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