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  1. 1. GRAM ENERGY GRAM ENERGY Energy Earning Environment| |
  2. 2. Core Purpose Our Core Purpose is to channelize the appropriate investment towards the advancement of our beloved country while serving and taking a responsibility of underprivileged and saving environment at large. Core Values Contribution: Our main focus is on the contribution towards our supporters, our beneficiaries and our country in the formofKnowledge,Help&Technology. Adaptability: Team GIIPL is always happy to adopt new technology & knowledge for the growth of our organisation at large. Satisfaction: We take an oath to provide excellent services to our beneficiaries and we must justify it on the basis of our innersatisfaction.Weshallnotcompromiseonthisvalueovertheperiodoftime. Synergy:WeadoptthevalueSynergytocelebrateandrespectthedifferencesofeachindividualwhichwillbegreaterthan the sum of separate individuals. In spite of individual differentiations & limitations, we will focus on the growth of our organisation,applyingequalenergytowardsit. Green India Initiative Pvt. Ltd. (GIIPL), is an emerging firm which deals in unique products of renewable energy. We at GIIPL, promote Green projects, which will bring sustainable technologies into mainstream and help people to become more energy efficient. GIIPL will provide its expertise for implementation of clean energy resources. We work with like- minded people who strive for the betterment and well-being of our country as well as its environment. As a bright and green tomorrow awaits us, it is our responsibility and opportunity to join hands and earn from the abundance energy of Sun andcreateasuccessstoryforIndia. GIIPL is aspiring to set up the manufacturing unit for unique products in the field of Renewable energy which can help and change the human lifestyle miraculously. Right now GIIPL is focusing upon solar energy for serving people to set up their owndecentralizedsolarpowersystems.Thisinitiativewillhelpreducingtheirelectricitybillsandgetachancetocontribute towardsourmotherearth. Energy Earning Environment| | CIN: U74999MH2014PTC256867
  3. 3. WhySolar? Solar energy is derived from the sun’s radiation. The sun is a powerful energy source. Did you know that the energy that it provides to the Earth for one hour, could meet the global energy needs for one year? We are able to harness only 0.001% ofthatenergy. There is a reason why solar energy has become a trending topic when talking about renewable. While it has been popularly criticized for being expensive or not very efficient, solar energy has now proved to be very beneficial - not only for the environment but also financially speaking. Additionally, due to the higher demand, the technology has been improved considerably,turningintoaveryefficientsourceofcleanenergy. Energy Earning Environment| | CIN: U74999MH2014PTC256867 25Year Warranty 25 years of warranty on solar panels which ensures only 20% reduction in the rated power output at 25th year. Payback on investment in just 4-5 years only and rest 21 years, free electricity for you. 80% accelerated depreciation and hence organization can take benefit on taxable income as a tax saving tool. No load restriction: Solar energy is fed to grid either of 33kV / 11kV three phase lines or of 440/220 volt three / single phase line on the capacity of the system installed at institutions / commercial or residential complex. Net-Metering Policy ensures any excess generated units will be exported to the Grid (Utility Company) and hence get credited in the electricity bill. Pay only the net unit you import from the grid. It is allowed to 10Kw & above projects. Features of Solar PV System used for Educational Institutes, Societies, Housing Complexes and Commercial Infrastructure Costless maintenance system. Solar Panels gives you zero maintenance to you if taken care properly. Generating energy by harvesting solar energy which means greener earth for next generation. It will reduce carbon footprint too. Up to30% capital subsidy (present CFA) on the benchmark cost of rooftop PV solar systems up to 500kWp per project. Grid-Tied Solar Systems Grid-tied, on-grid, utility-interactive, gridinertiae and grid back feeding are all terms used to describe the same concept – a solar system that is connected to the utility power grid. 0% Maintenance Cost 30% Subsidy CFA
  4. 4. Reach Us: 09819473793 Plant Capacity 1kw 2kw 5kw 10kw Panel Efficiency Rooftop space required in sq ft. 12.00% 125 250 525 1,250 12.50% 120 240 600 1,200 13.00% 115 231 577 1,154 13.50% 111 222 556 1,111 14.00% 107 214 536 1,071 14.50% 103 207 517 1,034 15.00% 100 200 500 1000 15.50% 97 194 484 968 16.00% 94 188 469 938 Shade-free area required at different plant capacities and panel efficiencies If a 1 kW plant with 15% efficiency panels requires 100 SF of rooftop space, then a 1 kW plant with 12% efficiency panels will require 125 SF of rooftop space. We can extend this to different combinations of rooftop plant capacity and panel efficiency for our understanding. Solar radiation from the Sun’s captured by solar panels, which produces PV electricity and sends it to the inverter. Excess electricity produced by the solar system is sent back to the public grid. Your electrical meter will actually run backwards The inverter converts the PV elec- tricity (DC, or direct current) to AC (alternating current) electricity. AC electricity is passed to the home’s breaker box and then to household outlets and appliances. Calculate the Size of Solar Plant Lets calculate it with simple maths: AC rating = Average kWh (units) per month / 30 days / average sun hours per day example: 903kWh per month / 30 days / 5 hours = 6.02 kW AC DC rating = AC rating / derate factor (0.8 is conservative, but a range would be 0.8 - 0.85) example: 6.02 kW AC / 0.8 = 7.53 kW DC Number of panels = DC rating / Panel Rating (e.g. 250 W) example: 7.53 kW x 1000 / 250 watt = 30.12 panels, so roughly 30 250 panels (30 x 250w = 7500 watts = 7.5 kW) NOTE: to get your average usage, preferably add up your last 12 months usage and decide by 12 and then apply the above maths. How Grid-Tied Solar Energy Works