Emmvee Photovoltaic Power Pvt. Ltd. did the installation solely with its in-house team. “This is the reason, why the installation could happen extremely quickly. Within two and half months only we did all the planning and implementation. The implementation was fast with our own concept-team offering the best technical suggestion and an optimal supply chain management. The roof angle is relatively flat, and we are experts for extraordinary angles and directions, the modules go very well with the inverters and everything was under one supervision. Therefore, things went smoothly, “explains DV Manjunatha, founder and Managing Director of Emmvee.
The installation is mainly intended to support the own energy needs of the complex. It can cover up to 75% of the electricity needs. The resort comprises of some 75 air conditioned rooms, there is a swimming pool with whirlpool and a gym, and there are also two restaurants. The energy consumption is considerable and in order to be economically sound as well as environmentally friendly the management have opted for a reliable photovoltaic system. The management of the resort have opted for a pv-system, because it is more economical than conventional diesel systems.
The system has been installed under the JNNSM scheme and benefits from the 30 per cent subsidy scheme for roof top installations. Here, the extra feature is the additional grid connection of the system. Any extra electricity is being fed into the grid, thus generating an extra income at a rate, fixed by the local electricity regulatory commission. Or contrary, if there is an extra need for electricity, it is taken from the grid. The management was looking for a photovoltaic solution provider with ample technical expertise, qualitative and reliable modules and an experienced realization team. “With Emmvee modules using highquality
components and with an engineering team in India with a proven track record, Emmvee was the first choice for them, “says D.V. Manjunatha.<br />
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News published on 13 / 03 / 2012 by Andrew Callaway