100 kW rooftop solar power plant commissioned in Rajasthan
The plant works with poly-crystalline modules manufactured by GreenBrilliance.
December 05, 2013. By Gisela Bühl
GreenBrilliance, a leading manufacturer of globally certified photovoltaic solar modules based out of Gujarat, India announces the successful installation and commissioning of a state-of-art rooftop solar power plant in Rajasthan.
This rooftop solar power plant utilizes high performance poly-crystalline modules manufactured by GreenBrilliance at their world class ISO certified manufacturing facility in Vadodara. Designing, engineering, and commissioning of this project in its entirety were handled by the highly qualified GreenBrilliance team. GreenBrilliance, apart from its manufacturing capabilities boasts of an impressive portfolio of hundreds of roof-top systems all over India and Worldwide.
This particular location posed certain design challenges. The roof size was limited for this size of system to be accommodated. GreenBrilliance team used its years of expertise to come up with a design to install the system utilizing flat and sloping roofs. GreenBrilliance engineering and designing team did an outstanding job of optimizing the system despite the constraints. The system is designed using GreenBrilliance Solar modules that are world renowned for their quality. The installed system is unique because it is hybrid system that runs on solar as well as diesel generating systems. Solar reduces the dependency on diesel thereby proving cost effective and environment friendly.
“Solar system such as the one installed in Rajasthan by the GreenBrilliance team due to its hybrid capabilities is an excellent option for small industries facing conventional power shortages issues and having to resort to Diesel to run their facility. Not only do such systems provide excellent reliability but are very cost efficient and good for the environment,” said Mr. Vineet Jain, Managing Director GreenBrilliance, India.
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