ON GRID/GRID TIED SOLAR PV SYSTEM FOR CAPTIVE CONSUMPTION: ADVANTAGES,    LIMITATIONS AND POSSIBILITIES                   ...
TYPES OF Solar PV SYSTEMS : Stand alone system Hybrid /Off Grid System Grid Sharing System On Grid / Grid Tied System:...
STAND ALONE SYSTEM                          MPPT Charge Controller                                                   BATTE...
   Stand Alone System: Direct application , which can be used to chargethe battery and use it for the DC loads   Low Con...
HYBRID/OFF GRID SYSTEMSolar Frontier CIS Thin  Film Solar Module                                                    BATTER...
   Prime Source: Battery   Battery Charging Sources: Solar and Mains   Load Sources: Cut Off Type    Either Mains – OR ...
GRID SHARING SYSTEM                            SOLAR GRID SHARING PCU                                                   So...
   Prime Source: Battery   Battery Charging Sources:       Solar and Mains DC (Converter)   Load Sources:       3 DC So...
On Grid / Grid Tied System: The solar modules generate DC electricity. The DC power goesthrough a Solar ON Grid Inverter...
SYNCHRONISATION:The inverter measure the grid (voltage, frequency, phasing) and usethis information to synchronize the int...
NET METERING SYSTEM                   BUS BAR                                                                UPS          ...
DOUBLE METERING SYSTEM                       BUS BAR                                                                    UP...
Protections                      :•DC Side modules will be given with SPD, DC Dis-connector Switch whichwill protect the S...
Limitations:•No Back up will be given from the system, since solar power directlyutilized•Stable Grid is a must•NO Policy ...
CAPTIVE CONSUMPTION SYSTEM                                                        BUS BAR                        Grid     ...
CAPTIVE CONSUMPTION:Working Principle: SYNCHRONISATIONFeed: Least Resistive PathProfit: Direct Savings on Electricity B...
CASE STUDY:Civil Survey:Location: ……………., State: ……….. And Country:…………Latitude.... o and Longitude….. oShadow free Area A...
Electrical Survey:Sources of Energy       :Electricity Board:Contract Demand ……. kVA,        Peak Load ………..kVADiesel Gene...
ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
ECOMONIC ANALYSISArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
Capacity:104 kW   Investment : Rs 12480000.00          System Cost: 120Rs/Watt Units with Annual    5% of MONEY SAVED Depr...
ON GRID SYSTEM WITH FUEL EFFICIENTEfficiency                    DIESEL GENERATORS:                                        ...
ON GRID SYSTEM with FUEL EFFICIENT DG                 BUS BAR                                                             ...
Area Of Application: HT Loads Like Factories, Hospitals, Offices, School,Colleges, Hostels, commercial complexes         ...
II Om Bhaskaraye Vidmahe Divakraraye  Dheemahi Tanno Suryah Prachodayat IIArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
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  1. 1. ON GRID/GRID TIED SOLAR PV SYSTEM FOR CAPTIVE CONSUMPTION: ADVANTAGES, LIMITATIONS AND POSSIBILITIES AT NATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE FOR SOLAR TECHNOLOGY, BANGALORE, 29th Jan 2013 from 3 – 5 pm. Organized By MNRE & KPCL – With TRA INTERNATIONAL, DELHI Prabhuraj Harakangi BE (E&E), M.Tech (Energy Systems) Sr. Design Engineer – Solar PV Systems Ph No: +91 8147814995, e-mail: prabhu@arraytechindia.com ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  2. 2. TYPES OF Solar PV SYSTEMS : Stand alone system Hybrid /Off Grid System Grid Sharing System On Grid / Grid Tied System: 1) Net Metering 2) Double metering 3) Captive Consumption ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  3. 3. STAND ALONE SYSTEM MPPT Charge Controller BATTERY BANK Soura BandhuSolar Frontier CIS Thin Film Solar Module DC LOADSArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  4. 4.  Stand Alone System: Direct application , which can be used to chargethe battery and use it for the DC loads Low Conversion Losses since LOAD is DC Charge controller (MPPT or PWM) comes with Dusk to Dawn alsowhich can be used fir Street Lights Stand Alone Inverters can be used to run AC Loads Limitations: Load Dependent, Conventional System for small Loads Large Battery Bank required ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  5. 5. HYBRID/OFF GRID SYSTEMSolar Frontier CIS Thin Film Solar Module BATTERY BANK AC MAINS AC LOADS ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  6. 6.  Prime Source: Battery Battery Charging Sources: Solar and Mains Load Sources: Cut Off Type Either Mains – OR – Solar + Battery (Floating or Non Floating) Both Savings and Back Up Limitations: Load Dependent and only for Non – Inductive Loads Repeated Battery Cycles Losses in Electronics and Battery NOTE: Proper Sizing is Important ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  7. 7. GRID SHARING SYSTEM SOLAR GRID SHARING PCU Solar Inverter Converter and AC LOADS Charger MPPT Charge ControllerSolar PV Plant BATTERY BANK ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  8. 8.  Prime Source: Battery Battery Charging Sources: Solar and Mains DC (Converter) Load Sources: 3 DC Sources – Solar PV, Mains, Battery Either Mains + Solar OR Battery + Solar Work with High Inductive Loads Better Savings and Back Up with Less Battery Cycles Limitations: Load Dependent Higher Cost ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  9. 9. On Grid / Grid Tied System: The solar modules generate DC electricity. The DC power goesthrough a Solar ON Grid Inverter Solar Grid Tied Inverter: performs the conversion of thevariable DC output into a clean sinusoidal AC power Inverter output connected to Bus Bar (Distribution Panel) The Solar Current will be given lead angle in synchronizationprocess and it will be forcefully injected into the bus bar Depending on the type of ON Grid System the revenue or profitswill be gained ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  10. 10. SYNCHRONISATION:The inverter measure the grid (voltage, frequency, phasing) and usethis information to synchronize the internal regulation. It means theinverter start up with an open grid contactor and with a gridindependent frequency. Then the controller change the internalfrequency, voltage and phasing so long as this is absolute identical tothe given values from the grid. Now the electronic will close a softstart contactor for pre magnetise the internal transformer. Few partsof a second later the main grid contactor will close and the inverterwill feed in. If the grid values will be changed during the inverterfeeds in grid monitoring will detect it and the controller will adjustthe internal regulation so that inverter is whole time synchronal tothe grid ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  11. 11. NET METERING SYSTEM BUS BAR UPS NM AC LOADS Grid Supply Solar PV Plant Grid Tied InverterArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  12. 12. DOUBLE METERING SYSTEM BUS BAR UPS EM AC LOADS Grid Supply SM Grid Tied Inevrter Solar PV PlantArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  13. 13. Protections :•DC Side modules will be given with SPD, DC Dis-connector Switch whichwill protect the Solar System•For all kinds of faults the Solar Inverter will react first and ISOLATE itselffrom the system in Microseconds of timeAdvantages :•Simple and Safe systems which gives Direct Savings and Revenue•Load Independent system•Most Efficient System, Very Least Losses & Maintenance Free System•25 years of Guaranteed Generation with 6-7 Years Payback Period•1kW of Solar Power Plant Generates 5.5Units of Electricity per Day•Accelerated Depreciation on the Investment ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  14. 14. Limitations:•No Back up will be given from the system, since solar power directlyutilized•Stable Grid is a must•NO Policy from Govt•Infrastructure problem ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  15. 15. CAPTIVE CONSUMPTION SYSTEM BUS BAR Grid AMFD UPS AC LOADS DG Grid Tied Inevrter Solar PV PlantArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  16. 16. CAPTIVE CONSUMPTION:Working Principle: SYNCHRONISATIONFeed: Least Resistive PathProfit: Direct Savings on Electricity BillsPrecautions: Detailed Load Analysis DG Rating and Health of DG Circuit Breaker: To avoid Reverse Flow ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  17. 17. CASE STUDY:Civil Survey:Location: ……………., State: ……….. And Country:…………Latitude.... o and Longitude….. oShadow free Area Available: …………….. Sq metersNorth to South : ………Meters East to West : ……………….. MetersType of Roof : Flat Roof or Tilt RoofIf Flat Roof: RCC or any otherIf Tilted : Metal Sheet, Asbustus Sheet, RCC roof or any otherTilt Face south to north or east to west and Tilt Angle…..o,Obstacles: Cement Columns, AC Fan Units , Chiller Units and other if any - Height of Obstacle: …….. MeterAttachments: Google Map, Layout of Site or Photo of Site ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  18. 18. Electrical Survey:Sources of Energy :Electricity Board:Contract Demand ……. kVA, Peak Load ………..kVADiesel Generator: Rating …….. kVAMake …………… and Life: ……… YearsOther Sources: Please specify with detailsLoad and Consumption Details :Load type : 1 Phase or 3 PhaseType of Loads : Mention Type of Machines and Equipments usedOperating Hours : Hours and …… am to…..pm (if Load works in 2 or 3 Shifts)Weekly Holidays :Specify (Only Sunday or Saturday or Half Saturday too)Consumption : ………….Units (Average of last six months) ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  19. 19. ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  20. 20. ECOMONIC ANALYSISArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  21. 21. ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  22. 22. Capacity:104 kW Investment : Rs 12480000.00 System Cost: 120Rs/Watt Units with Annual 5% of MONEY SAVED Depric 30 % of Tax AMC 5% of Total MoneyDegradation of 0.5% Escalation iation Savings saved Saved in Each PRINCIPLE After 10 Years in Tariff money Year PAY BACK 1 Yr 176512.00 7.00 1235584.00 80% 2995200.00 0.00 4230784.00 -8249216.00 2 Yr 175629.44 7.35 1290876.38 5% 37440.00 0.00 1328316.38 -6920899.62 3 Yr 174751.29 7.72 1348643.10 5% 37440.00 0.00 1386083.10 -5534816.51 4 Yr 173877.54 8.10 1408994.88 5% 37440.00 0.00 1446434.88 -4088381.63 5 Yr 173008.15 8.51 1472047.40 5% 37440.00 0.00 1509487.40 -2578894.23 6 Yr 172143.11 8.93 1537921.52 - 0.00 76896.08 1498465.45 -1080428.78 7 Yr 171282.39 9.38 1606743.51 - 0.00 80337.18 1526406.34 445977.55 8 Yr 170425.98 9.85 1678645.28 - 0.00 83932.26 1594713.02 2040690.57 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -21 Yr 159674.61 18.57 2965649.84 - 0.00 148282.49 2817367.35 30585229.4022 Yr 158876.23 19.50 3098362.67 - 0.00 154918.13 2943444.54 33528673.9423 Yr 158081.85 20.48 3237014.40 - 0.00 161850.72 3075163.68 36603837.6324 Yr 157291.44 21.50 3381870.80 - 0.00 169093.54 3212777.26 39816614.8825 Yr 156504.98 22.58 3533209.52 - 0.00 176660.48 3356549.04 43173163.92 ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  23. 23. ON GRID SYSTEM WITH FUEL EFFICIENTEfficiency DIESEL GENERATORS: EfficiencyFull Load Half Load NO Load Full Load Half Load NO Load LOAD Applied LOAD Applied Mechanically Electronically Controlled Governor Controlled Governor ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  24. 24. ON GRID SYSTEM with FUEL EFFICIENT DG BUS BAR UPS AC LOADS Solar PV Plant Grid Tied Inevrter ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  25. 25. Area Of Application: HT Loads Like Factories, Hospitals, Offices, School,Colleges, Hostels, commercial complexes FINANCIAL POSSIBILITIES: Third Party Investment with Accelerated Depreciation Finding a buyer at Normal Tariff with REC REC Constraints ArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
  26. 26. II Om Bhaskaraye Vidmahe Divakraraye Dheemahi Tanno Suryah Prachodayat IIArrayTech Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
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