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Rooftop Solar – Converting Your Rooftop into a Power Plant

Summary: Rooftop solar refers to solar PV power plants mounted on top of roofs – building roofs, car parking roofs and other roofs.

Everyone today is talking about Rooftop Solar, those interesting looking solar panels on […]

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MWh – Megawatt Hour – Thousand Units of Electricity

Summary: MWh is the abbreviation for Mega Watt Hours. A MWh equals 1000 Kilo Watt Hours (kWh), where a kWh one unit of electricity

What is a megawatt hour (MWh), and what is its relevance to […]

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Feed in Tariff – Price of Power Fed to the Grid

Summary: Feed-in-tariff (FiT) is a special price paid by the electricity utility to power generators for the power the generators feed into the grid.

World over, governments offer Feed-in-tariffs to encourage businesses and house-owners to put up […]

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Solar Inverter – The Brain of a Solar Power Plant

Summary: A solar inverter is the brain for a solar power plant.

While the solar panels are the most visible part of a solar power plant, the component that actually “administers” the entire power plant is the solar […]

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Output of a solar PV power plant

Summary: A solar PV power plant generates between 3-5 kWh (units) per kW per day, depending on the solar radiation at the location.

How much electricity can a solar power plant generate? What factors does this […]

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Battery Storage – Making Solar Power Stable

Summary: How can you use solar power when there is no sunlight? By storing the power generated during sunshine hours in batteries.

Does solar power need battery storage? If yes, under what circumstances? What types of batteries are […]

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