Definitive guide for all hospitals keen on having rooftop solar power plants.
Hospitals both in urban and rural areas consume a lot of energy throughout the day as the electrical equipment used directly or indirectly to treat patients require uninterrupted power. Many hospitals have considerable unused rooftop space. Combined with power shortages and rising cost of diesel, rooftop solar power makes a compelling case for implementation in hospitals; there are several advantages but also several constraints that need to be considered when deciding on and designing a rooftop solar power system for a hospital, such as using a variable source of power like solar to power equipment used in life saving situations. These are discussed in greater detail in this report.
This report from Solar Mango is the definitive guide for all hospitals keen on having rooftop solar power plants and provides details on benefits, case studies, investments, constraints and more.
The price of the report is Rs 5,000 only (85 US $)
Developed by experts who advised The World Bank, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, 10+ Fortune 100 Companies, Reliance, Vedanta, MNRE,many state governments and more.
LIST OF CONTENTS
- Hospitals and their Power Requirements
- 2.1 Based on End Use
- 2.2 Based on Time of Day
- Advantages of Rooftop Solar for Hospitals
- Constraints of Rooftop Solar for Hospitals
- Saving diesel with rooftop solar
- Feasibility of large battery banks for hospital applications
- Our recommendation
- 7.1 For Hospitals fully dependent on Grid
- 7.2 For Hospitals dependent on both Grid and Diesel Gensets
- Choosing a Good Vendor
- Quality Parameters for Various Components and Certifications
- Prominent Hospital Rooftop Solar Installations
- Key Takeaways