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A solar-powered pump is a pump running on electricity generated by photovoltaic panels or the thermal energy available from collected sunlight as opposed to grid electricity or diesel run water pumps. The operation of solar powered pumps is more economical mainly due to the lower operation and maintenance costs and has less environmental impact than pumps powered by an internal combustion engine (ICE). Solar pumps are useful where grid electricity is unavailable and alternative sources (in particular wind) do not provide sufficient energy.

A photovoltaic solar powered pump system has three parts:

  • The pump
  • The controller
  • Solar panels.

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It is a very cost effective & beneficial solution in places with irregular electric supply.




Executed Projects

 

Sr. no.

Installed capacity in Hp

Company name

Installed Location

1.

5 Hp

M/s. Matches Goa Pvt. Ltd.

Sacorda, Goa

2.

5 Hp

M/s. Sonepur agro pvt ltd

Bhabpur, Odisha

Solar street lights are raised light sources which are powered by photovoltaic panels generally mounted on the lighting structure. The photovoltaic panels charge a rechargeable battery, which powers a fluorescent or LED lamp during the night.Solar street lights provide public lighting without use of an electrical grid; they may have individual panels for each lamp of a system, or may have a large central solar panel and battery bank to power multiple lamps.

To reduce the overall cost of a solar lighting system, energy saving lamps of either the fluorescent or LED lamp type are used, since incandescent bulbs consume several times as much energy for a given quantity of light.




We offer following Solar Street Light model system

 

STREET LIGHT MODEL Solar Module Battery Nominal Power
DHOOP SL – 1 37 W 40 AH 6 WATTS
DHOOP SL – 2 37 W 40 AH 8 WATTS
DHOOP SL – 3 40 W 42 AH 12 WATTS
DHOOP SL – 4 45W 45AH 15 WATTS
DHOOP SL – 5 75W 75AH 18 WATTS

A solar lamp is a portable light fixture composed of an LED lamp, a photovoltaic solar panel, and a rechargeable battery. Outdoor lamps may have lamp, solar panel and battery integrated in one unit. Indoor solar lamps with separately-mounted solar panels are used for general illumination where centrally generated power is not conveniently or economically available. Solar-powered household lighting may displace light sources such as kerosene lamps, saving money for the user, and reducing fire and pollution hazards.

Solar lamps recharge during the day. Automatic outdoor lamps turn on at dusk and remain illuminated overnight, depending on how much sunlight they receive during the day.

Salient Features

  • Available in CFL & LED light.
  • No dependency on fuel availability.
  • Easily portable since no cabling is required
  • Can act in the absence of power as emergency light.
  • No effects with Increase in fuel cost.
  • Low Maintenance Cost.
  • Energy Saving.
  • Reduction in CO2 emission

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We offer following Solar lantern model

 

LANTERN MODEL Solar Module Battery  LUMINARY
DHOOP LT – 1 3Wp 4.5AH,6V 1WATTS
DHOOP LT- 2 3Wp 4.5AH .6V 2WATTS
DHOOP LT- 3 3Wp 4.5AH ,6V 3WATTS
DHOOP LT- 5 5Wp 4.5AH,12V 5WATTS
DHOOP LT- 7 12Wp 7AH,12v 7WATTS
DHOOP LT -7’ (CFL) 10Wp 7AH.12V 7WATTS
BATTERY PROTECTION LOW VOLTAGE CUT OFF,LOAD RECONNECT,OVERCHARGE CUT OFF,MODULE RECONNECT
ELECTRIC PROTECTION OVERCHARGE, NO LOAD, SHORT CIRCUIT, REVERSE POLARITY, REVERSE FLOW
A solar fan is a mechanical fan powered by solar panels. The solar panels are either mounted on the device or are installed independently. Solar fans mostly do not require secondary power sources other than solar power, as most of them are used for cooling purposes during day time. Some types are also used for heating purposes. It runs the fastest when it is the hottest outside providing savings on air conditioning costs.

We offer following Solar Fan model

Features –

  • No electrical connection required
  • No dependency on grid availability
  • Easily portable since no cabling is required
  • Fully cord less
  • Can be used 10 to 13 Hrs after full charge
  • No Risk of electric accidents
  • Affordable price

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Turn Your Rooftop Into a Power Plant

Several cities and towns in the country are experiencing a substantial growth in their peak electricity demand. Municipal Corporations and the electricity utilities are finding it difficult to cope with this rapid rise in demand and as a result most of the cities/towns are facing severe electricity shortages. Various industries and commercial establishments e.g. Malls, Hotels, Hospitals, Nursing homes etc housing complexes developed by the builders and developers in cities and towns use diesel generators for back-up power even during the day time. These generators capacities vary from a few kilowatts to a couple of MWs. Generally, in a single establishment more than one generators are installed; one to cater the minimum load required for lighting and computer/ other emergency operations during load shedding and the others for running ACs and other operations such as lifts/ other power applications. With an objective to reduce dependency on diesel gen-sets, a scheme to replace them with SPV is being proposed. Further, in order to utilize the existing roof space of buildings, the scheme proposes to promote roof-top SPV systems on buildings to replace DG gensets installed for minimum load requirement for operation during load shedding. These loads are generally varying between 25 kW to 100 kW or so.
A roof top SPV system could be with or without grid interaction. In grid interaction system, the DC power generated from SPV panels is converted to AC power using power conditioning unit and is fed to the grid either of 11 KV three phase line or of 220 V single phase line depending on the system installed at institution/commercial establishment or residential complex. They generate power during the daytime which is utilized fully by powering the captive loads and feeding excess power to the grid as long as grid is available. In cases, where solar power is not sufficient due to cloud cover etc. the captive loads are served by drawing power from the grid. The grid- interactive rooftop SPV systems thus work on net metering basis wherein the beneficiary pays to the utility on net meter reading basis only. Ideally, grid interactive systems do not require battery back up as the grid acts as the back-up for feeding excess solar power and vice-versa. However, to enhance the performance reliability of the overall systems, a minimum battery-back of one hr of load capacity is strongly recommended. In grid interactive systems, it has, however to be ensured that in case the grid fails, the solar power has to be fully utilized or stopped immediately feeding to the grid (if any in excess) so as to safe-guard any grid person/technician from getting shock (electrocuted) while working on the grid for maintenance etc. This feature is termed as ‘Islanding Protection’

Non-grid interactive systems ideally require a full load capacity battery power back up system. However, with the introduction of advanced load management and power conditioning systems, and safety mechanisms, it is possible to segregate the day-time loads to be served directly by solar power without necessarily going through the battery back-up. As in the previous case of grid-interactive systems, minimum one hour of battery back-up is, however, strongly recommended for these systems also to enhance the performance reliability of the systems. The non-grid interactive system with minimum battery back are viable at places where normal power is not available during daytime. In case the SPV power is to be used after sunshine hours, it would require full load capacity battery back up.

A rooftop photovoltaic power station, or rooftop PV system, is a photovoltaic system that has its electricity generating solar panels mounted on the rooftop of a residential or commercial building. The various components of such a system include, photovoltaic modules, mounting systems, cables, solar inverters and other electrical accessories

Rooftop mounted systems are small compared to ground-mounted photovoltaic power stations with capacities in the megawatt range. Rooftop PV systems on residential buildings typically feature a capacity of about 5 to 20kilowatts (kW), while those mounted on commercial buildings often reach 100 kilowatts or more.

We offer following solar rooftop design

Sr. No. Systems Capacity Land Required (Sq Mtr) Project Type
1 10kW 100-150 Rooftop / Ground Mounted
2 50 kW 500-600 Rooftop / Ground Mounted
3 100kW 1000-1200 Rooftop / Ground Mounted
4 Customized design as per requirement

Applications: for diesel abatement in Institutions, Govt. Buildings, Commercial establishments e.g. Malls, Hotels, Hospitals, Nursing homes, Industry & Housing complexes facing huge power shortage during daytime

Benefits

  • Will pay back the cost in 5 to 6 years
  • Life : 25 to 30 years
  • No air and noise pollution
  • No moving parts and zero maintenance except cleaning of SPV panel once in a while
  • Beneficiary to decide supplier on cost and quality competitive basis. List of suppliers available at Ministry’s website
  • battery back up system are also useful where normal power is not available during daytime and after sunshine hours.
  • A 100 kW capacity Roof Top system could save around 50,000 liters of diesel per year

Agrawal
A solar power pack is an off-grid power source, which is meant to deliver clean power continuously. It is meant to be a direct replacement to diesel powered generator sets. We design systems in various configurations to suit clients power requirements, capital budgets, local renewable resources whilst minimizing O&M to provide the best financial option with maximum power availability

For example Home lighting etc.
We support our customer with our expertise right from Design, Manufacturing and Installation & Maintenance.

Agrawal Renewable Energy Private Limited (AREPL) is committed for – quality product & solution, timely delivery, cost effectiveness & total consumer satisfaction.

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