Solar – India

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nPulse – Solar Project Management Software for Efficient Implementation

With the Indian government keen on achieving the 100 GW solar power target set as part of the JNNSM mission, solar projects are being implemented at a blistering pace. As the scale and number of small and large MW-scale projects being undertaken increases, the complexities associated with the implementation of these also increase.

As with any […]

Anatomy of a High Quality Solar Power Plant – Solar Mango’s Analysis of a High Performing 2 MW Power Plant

Talk to most developers or EPCs and they will tell you that developing a solar power plant is really simple, with the power plant itself having few moving parts and with most of the components fairly well understood.

Is it really that simple to put up a solar power plant? Yes and No.

Yes, if all you […]

Is it possible to use my rooftop after installing a rooftop solar power plant?

A rooftop solar power plant requires about 100 Sq.Ft for every 1 kW of panels, generating about 4 kWh per day. If you require 100 kWh of solar power per day you will need 25 kW of solar panels occupying 2,500 Sq.Ft. of shadow free roof area.

In India it is quite common for the roof […]

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