Get the Facts About Solar Energy

Get the Facts About Solar Energy

Solar power is pretty awesome, and it can save you a lot of money and reduce the consumption of dirty fuels (for electricity).
1:The sun is a direct source of energy. Using renewable energy technologies, we can convert that solar energy into electricity.
2:All solar lights are “wireless”. They are not “hooked up” to external sources of power.
3:Solar lights produce no pollution and cause no harmful environmental effects.
4:Solar lighting is sometimes preferred for applications where the need is temporary (fairs, mining sites, Olympics, introduction of real estate developments, etc.).
5:Solar lights are immune to black outs.
6:Solar-powered outdoor lighting is virtually maintenance-free, since the batteries require no water or other regular service
7:Solar lights provide enhanced security in poorly-lit remote areas where access to grid power is challenging, such as parks and large parking lots.
8:Solar lights work at night.
9:Solar lights work even after cloudy days. During daylight, even when overcast, the solar panels’ “solar generators” charge long-life batteries, which store the energy until needed, up to 5 days for Sol systems.
10:Once installed, the energy is free!!

Solar Market In India 2013

Among the various renewable energy resources, solar energy potential is the highest in the country. In most parts of India, clear sunny weather is experienced 250 to 300 days a year. The annual radiation varies from 1600 to 2200 kWh/m2, which is comparable with radiation received in the tropical and sub-tropical regions. The equivalent energy potential is about 6,000 million GWh of energy per year.

With the objective to establish India as a global leader in solar energy, by creating the policy conditions for its diffusion across the country as quickly as possible Government of India launched National Solar Mission.

National solar mission has achieved the installed capacity By July 2012 the installed grid connected photovoltaic’s had increased to 1040.67 MW, and India expects to install an additional 10,000 MW by 2017, and a total of 20,000 MW by 2022. The mission National Solar mission under the brand name “Solar India” set an ambitious target of adding 20 GW of Grid connected and 2 GW of Off-grid capacity by 2022 in three phases

The National Tariff Policy was amended in January 2011 to prescribe solar-specific RPO be increased from a minimum of 0.25 per cent in 2012 to 3 per cent by 2022. CERC and SERCs have issued various regulations including solar RPOs, REC framework, tariff, grid connectivity, forecasting etc. for promoting solar energy. Many States have come up with up thei zr own Solar Policy “The Indian solar energy sector has been growing rapidly, in the past few years, majorly due to Government’s initiatives such as tax exemptions and subsidies and depleting energy sources”.

*Data Source From Ministry of New & Renewable Energy

“Solar Market in India -2013″ conference will bring implementing agency heads in the central and state governments, industry leaders, policymakers, O & M service providers, Technology providers, Equipment providers, Solar project developers, research organizations, financial institutions & innovators together collectively to share their views and knowledge on latest technologies, project development opportunities and policy updates for Shaping Indian solar market.
Why Should Attend?

Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission Guidelines for Selection of New Grid Connected Solar Power Projects, Batch II, Phase-I
Solar Power Purchase Obligation to be met by distribution licensees
States put forward for renewal energy
To know the development of grid-interactive renewable power generation projects
How to Shift the role of RE from bridging the demand supply gap to replace conventional energy sources