The power of the Sun - on your roof. Passionate about making our shared planet greener through providing clean energy through residential rooftop solutions, we are committed to building a sustainable future. Our innovative solutions like solar panels for homes provide solar power for bungalows and more, which are the result of trust, stability and technology.
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Whether you are a homeowner, a business owner or SME (Small & Medium Enterprise), going solar can reduce your electricity cost significantly such that electricity costs are no longer a major factor in your electricity expense. The savings from solar system depends on factors such as area available, electricity consumed, and the electricity tariff being paid, which increases year-on-year. Going solar will protect your rising electricity costs; considering 25+ years life of solar system.
Depending on your region and the solar irradiation available, a 1 kW solar panel system can generate between 3-4.5 kWh of electricity a day on average, or 1100-1600 kWh of electricity a year. So if you have 100 sq ft. of shadow-free rooftop area available, your solar panel system can generate 1100-1600 units of electricity per year.
Yes, you can avail financing to go solar. You can choose from one of our partnering financial institutions an easy EMI that suits your needs.
As a simple rule of thumb, 100 sq ft. of shadow-free roof can accommodate 1kW of solar panels.
Following are the typical steps:
Voila.! You are ready to go.
Solar panels are compatible with most types of roofs. The best type of roof for solar panels is a south facing roof devoid of shadow-casting objects. Solar panels tend to generate more electricity when they face the sun when it is at its most intense for the longest period of time.