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Future Green Power Solutions is MNRE ( Ministry of new and Renewable energy) Listed channel partner for solar project ( Solar EPC) company across India. We delivers all kind of solution to its customer in domestic, commercial and Govt. Organizations. We are deeply into solar consulting and Turnkey solution ranging from kW or MW Scale project across India. Our Solar Solutions:- 1. Solar Rooftop EPC Solution ( Industrial, Institutions and Residential) 2. Solar Street Light Solution 3. Solar Water Heating Solution 4. Solar Pumps for Farmers , Small Industries and Large Industries.
Are you looking for Domestic Solar Plant ? We "Future Green Power Solutions Pvt. Ltd." deal in Domestic Solar Plant , Industrial Solar Plant , Commercial Roof-Top Solar Plant , Commercial Ground Mounted Solar System , Solar Water Pumps , Solar Submersible Pumps etc.
Solar power for industry can either be generated from an in-house solar plant (captive model) or through an off-site solar farm. The solar power thus produced can be used for normal day-to-day operations of the plant including lighting, ventilation, and equipment power supply. There are certain industrial firms in India which are meeting close to 30% of their power requirements through solar energy. The solar power system used by industries can be equipped with a battery storage system also. The battery storage makes the solar plant even more relevant when it comes to reducing the electricity cost.
The solar power tariff in India has experienced a drastic fall over the last few years. In India, the total solar power generation capacity increased from 461 MW in 2011 to 6, 763 MW in 2016. Over the last few years, the solar power generation capacity has increased significantly due to the favorable government initiatives with developments in manufacturing technology of solar panels. Our Indian solar industry is expected to have double-digit growth during the next few years, due to the government’s policy to increase the share of solar power in the country’s energy mix and falling equipment costs globally.
INDUSTRIAL SOLAR POWER PLANT SAVE MONEY SAVE ENERGY..... Solar power is the conversion of energy from sunlight into electricity, either directly using photovoltaics (PV), indirectly using concentrated solar power, or a combination. Concentrated solar power systems use lenses or mirrors and tracking systems to focus a large area of sunlight into a small beam. Photovoltaic cells convert light into an electric current using the photovoltaic effect.[1]
Industrial Solar Power Systems have gained popularity in India with major industries resorting to solar power for avoiding grid outage situations. With the provision of open access in most of the states, industrial solar power systems are increasingly used by textile, cement, paper, steel, chemical, dairy and ceramic industries to cut down their electricity expenses. Out of the total 1247 MW rooftop solar installation as of December 2016, 34% is for industrial establishments
We are providing Solar panels of 3 W to 360 W, the panel constructed with a toughened high light weight transmission glass on the front and a three layer fluoropolymer teller back sheet to protect the moisture, salt mist corrosion and long weather.
The high load requirement and large available rooftop area compared to commercial and domestic consumers make solar a viable alternative for industries. Often, the other incentive for many big industries to use ‘industrial solar power’ is to show increased share of renewables in their energy portfolio and meet their RPOs (Renewable Purchase Obligations). Industrial firms with captive ‘industrial solar power systems also have the option of availing tax benefits, capital subsidies and other incentives as applicable.
FUTURE OF SOLAR Facts to look at: - In 2017, the solar power industry in India produced 1000 MW of energy -It is expected to produce 80, 000 MW of energy by 2020 and 100, 000 MW by 2022.
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