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Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
Lobel solar project ppt
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Lobel solar project ppt

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solar power plant for domestic and industrial purpose. kindly find attached case study for your kind information.

solar power plant for domestic and industrial purpose. kindly find attached case study for your kind information.

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  • 1. Made Company,by, Chintan Lobel Solar Power System Gandhi www.lobelpower.com 09327007854 Site: Madurai, India Plant Size : 1.5 KW
  • 2. Presentation . . .Solar energy is one of the main source ofenergy available abundant in India. Thispresentation is based on Installation of SolarPhotovoltaic System for a residence.The Project . . .To get electricity at non electrified hours andsave huge amount of money and carbondioxide by using renewable source ofenergy.
  • 3. Preparing for InstallationSite Visit : Before planning, it is essentialto visit the site and obtain the specific dataneeded to design and install the system.
  • 4. Step 1 : Preparation of system Installation Work Crew briefed on PV procedure and safety Hazards. Component delivery scheduled. Component safely stored until Installation.
  • 5. Step 2 : Delivery of Mounting Structure 1. Height of House 2. Bringing Structure at Roof 3. Structure at Roof
  • 6. Step 3 Foundation of Mounting Structure 1. Foundation Material 2. Working with Foundation Materials
  • 7. Step 4 Foundation Started on Roof 1. Gripping on Roof 2. Attaching Cement Bases3. Making Area Wet and Clean 4. Putting Cement to Attach Base with Roof
  • 8. 5. Cement Preparation 6. Cement Filling 9. Final base and7. Cement Settlement 8. Filling of Cement Foundation shape
  • 9.  Above given were the pictures for foundation process. Before fitting panels on structure, It needs to dry up for whole night and continuously needs water spray to harden up the cement and make foundation strong. During spare time, checking wirings and accessories.
  • 10. Step 6 : Panels Fittings Started1. Taking First Panes to Fit 2. First Panel on Structure 3. Fitting of Panels on Another Structure
  • 11. Step 7 : Checking Panels Inbuilt Wiring and Junction Box 1. Checking Panels Wiring 2. Panels Junction Box 3. Junction Box Internal View
  • 12. Step 8 : Wiring Connection of Panels 1. Panels Connectors 2. Extending Panels Wires3. Connecting Panels into Series 4. Connecting Each Two’s into Connection (Set of Two’s) Parallel
  • 13. 5. Fixing All Wires Together with J-Locks along Structure and Panels6. Yellow Wire Taken as Positive and Blue as Negative and Sending Wires Down from Roof to Main Board
  • 14. Step 9 : Connecting Batteries, Charge Controller, Inverter and Panels with Main Board 1. Blue Solar 2. Charge Controller WithSwitch, Yellow MCB Switch Switches and White Main Board Switch 3. Connecting Inverter with Switch, Batteries, and Charge controller 5. Charge Controller showing Green Light4. Batteries, Each set of Two’s as Batteries in in series and then in Parallel Charging Mode
  • 15. Step 10 : Inspecting and Checking Readings of Whole System 2. Whole Electrical1. Final Roof - Morning System - Taking Readings 3. Roof at Afternoon 4. Sunset Readings and Outputs
  • 16. System DesignWhole system is designed in a way to use electricity inFour ways, First we can use Solar Photovoltaic electricity and then government grid electricity. First we use government grid electricity and then stored Photovoltaic electricity from the batteries. Only Solar Photovoltaic generated electricity without any consumption from government grid electricity. Shut down whole Solar PV plant and only use only govt. electricity i.e. this may useful at the time of maintenance and repairing of the system.
  • 17. To ConcludePresently the residence is having 24 hours electricity with the investment of £3000. It is expected to save £45 every month from this PV system which gives a rough payback period of 6 years. According to International Carbon Bank (ICBE) 0.75 tons of CO2 will be reduced per year. Thank You.

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