Solar Microgrids

Powering remote locations for a happier tomorrow

We provide custom solutions to power remote regions that might be cut off from regular electric grids. Installing microgrids in such areas ensures access to green power.

How does a Solar Microgrid work?

(1) All solar PV panels connected in the array generate electricity by converting solar radiation into electrical energy.
(2)The electricity generated from the array of panels is transmitted to a central controller called the Power Conditioning Unit (PCU).
(3) The PCU controls, regulates and directs the electrical energy transmitted from the array, and supplies electricity directly to homes, shops, offices,street lights etc.
(4) During the day, if the power generated is not used or surplus power is generated, the PCU directs this to the battery bank which stores power. This power can then be used at night (after the sun sets).. With the addition of a modem, this information can be accessed from a remote location.

  • During the day, if the power generated is not used or surplus power is generated, the PCU directs this to the battery bank which stores power. This power can then be used at night (after the sun sets).. With the addition of a modem, this information can be accessed from a remote location.

The Microgrids & Battery Banks are connected to computer for local power usage monitoring. With the addition of Modem, this information can be accessed from a remote location, eliminating the needs of local manpower for monitoring the system.