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Solar PV system design

A PV system is made up of different components. These include PV modules (groups of PV cells), which are commonly called PV panels; one or more batteries; a charge regulator or controller for a stand-alone system; an inverter for a utility-grid-connected system and when alternating current (AV) rather than direct current (DC) is required; wiring; and mounting hardware or a framework.

PV Technology & Business Management - Business Course

PV Solar Business Training
PV Technology & Business Management
To set up a PV solar EPC business an individual from any background need a detailed knowledge from residential, commercial and industrial PV projects detailed engineering to techno-commercial report preparation. This course covers technical details needed to assess potential residential, commercial PV projects and to prepare proposals. Discussed in detail: safety, site analysis, design, performance, costing, subsidy, financial-benefit analysis, financing bankable report preparation.

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The first step in designing a solar system is to determine the appropriate size of the system. Because the system’s purpose is to offset on-site electricity usage, an analysis must be completed on the amount of energy consumed by an electric customer over a specified period. By looking at the kilowatt hours (abbreviated kWh) on a customer’s electric bill it is possible to come up with this figure. When it comes to designing a system, arguably the most practical and economical approach is to aim to cover 100% of a customer’s yearly usage. Sizing in this way maximizes return on investment and enables an almost complete break from having to pay an electric bill. For more information regarding the system sizing, view our post on system sizing.

After identifying the desired system size, whether there is space to install it, and answering any other site evaluation questions, it is time to consider customer preferences such as array aesthetics, equipment placement, and financial considerations. Once all these aspects are taken into account it is possible to begin choosing the equipment for the system and determine how the system will be connected to the customer’s existing electrical equipment.

Rooftop Solar Project Course

Certificate in Rooftop Solar Project
Certificate in Rooftop Solar Project
Rooftop Solar Power Plant: During covid-19 India’ Rooftop solar sector adds 800+ MW. In rooftop solar sector a small entrepreneur needs a strong knowledge about off-Grid, On grid, hybrid system designing and financial benefit, bankable report preparation. This course will cover all aspect of designing and procurement, installation, financial modelling and customer nogotiation skills.

Admission going on for May-2021
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There are a number of factors that need to be taken into consideration when selecting solar equipment. To keep it simple, the three main components in a solar system are solar panels/modules, inverter(s) or microinverters, and racking to place the solar modules on. Each piece of equipment will be selected with the other in mind and each will have its own manufacturer to back it up with a warranty. Customer or installer preferences will play into the equipment that is chosen as well as site specific concerns. Because of differences in preferences and equipment pricing differences from one business to another, there are multiple ways to design and build a system. Once all equipment is selected, it is connected together physically and electrically and then attached to the customer’s existing electrical equipment.

In addition to the physical and electrical installation of a solar system, it is common practice to evaluate the condition of existing on-site equipment, and make recommendations to the property owner should the structure or electrical equipment require modification to meet code requirements or safety standards.

MW Solar Project - Career Course

Advanced Certificate in MW Solar Project
Advanced Certificate in MW Solar Project
Large Scale PV solar power plants need Technical knowledge as well as a strong aspect of financial analysis and modelling. In India there are many power plants becomes non profitable because of lack of sound financial modelling knowledge. This course will cover from MW level solar power plant designing and financial aspects of the solar power plant like DPR,DSCR,ROI,CUF estimation and Capex ,Opex modelling e.t.c.
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