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Solar Power Plant 3 Kw

Original price was: ₹265,000.00.Current price is: ₹160,000.00.

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Solar Power For Home 3 Kw

Solar Panel Panasonic
Solar Inverter 3kw Single Phase On-grid Inverter
 Structure  Not Included
Connector Type MC4 connector 1in 1 out
Connecting wires Solar DC Wire 4sqmm
Protection & Safety Devices DCDB / ACDB Single Phase / Lightning Arrester(LA), Copper Earthing electrode with Chemical Bag / Single Core AC wire for Earthing

PRICE INCLUDING: Tax, Transportation and Assembly of System on Roof/Terrace, PRICE EXCLUDING : Plumbing, Plumbing materils, Electrical wiring, grooting, masonary works & Crane Charges.  Lifting charges Extra for 500 LPD and above systems. For Credit Card Payment Convenience Charges Extra, No Guarantee for Glasstubes, Glasspanels, pressure relife valve, air relif vales


Credit Card & UPI accepted

A Beginner’s Guide to Solar Power

In recent years, there has been a growing interest in renewable energy sources as we strive to reduce our carbon footprint and combat climate change. One of the most popular and accessible forms of renewable energy is solar power. Harnessing the power of the sun to generate electricity is not only environmentally friendly but also cost-effective in the long run. If you’re new to the world of solar power and looking to learn more, you’ve come to the right place.

What is Solar Power?

Solar power is the conversion of sunlight into electricity using solar panels. These panels are made up of photovoltaic cells that absorb sunlight and convert it into direct current (DC) electricity. An inverter then converts this DC electricity into alternating current (AC) electricity that can be used to power your home or business.

Why Choose Solar Power?

There are several benefits to choosing solar power. One of the main advantages is that it is a clean and renewable energy source, meaning it produces no greenhouse gas emissions and has minimal impact on the environment. Solar power can also help you save money on your electricity bills in the long term, as it allows you to generate your own electricity and potentially sell any excess back to the grid.

Getting Started with Solar Power

If you’re interested in harnessing the sun’s energy to power your home or business, here are some steps to get you started:

  1. Evaluate your energy needs: Consider how much electricity your home uses daily, the number of people living there, and any energy-intensive appliances. A general rule of thumb is to divide your monthly electricity consumption by 120 to determine the basic capacity in kilowatts your solar plant needs. For example, a monthly usage of 600 units would require a solar capacity of 5 kilowatts.
  2. Assess your surroundings: Consider the available roof space, solar irradiance in your region, and how much energy self-sufficiency you need.
  3. Calculate how many solar panels you need: The average US household needs 15–20 solar panels, or about a 9 kW system, to generate enough electricity. However, the number of panels needed depends on how much power your household uses. For example, a 3 kW system is generally suitable for an average-sized home with moderate energy consumption, but larger families or those using air conditioning or high-energy appliances may need a 5–7 kW system.
  4. Choose where to place your solar panels
  5. Find a microinverter: A microinverter converts your energy efficiently.
  6. Find a solar panel contractor: A contractor can help with installation.
  7. Consider financing and incentives: Understand what financing and incentives are available.
  8. Obtain permits and approvals: Get the necessary permits and approvals from local authorities, utility companies, and relevant regulatory bodies. 


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Installation Means assembling the solar water heater on the rooftop, with Price Excluding Masonry, Electrical, Plumbing, grouting or welding works.  The customer will arrange a crane service if the lifting of more than 300 LPD solar water tanks are required.