Capture sunlight and generate electricity using photoelectric effect
Fourth Partner Energy is a turnkey EPC provider with Support in every part of the solar project: Financing, Engineering, Project Installation, Post-installation support. We leverage technology (remote monitoring etc.) and are building a strong multi-location service organization to support the O&M functions. We have have completed over 350 installations across multiple states in India.
We have executed on-grid and off-grid installations with capacities ranging from 1 kWp to 500 kWp. Our customers range from a wide variety of industries.
What are Solar PV Systems ?
Solar photovoltaic systems use the light of the sun to generate electrical energy.
The mechanism involves a kit referred as Solar Power Pack. It contains solar PV modules that absorb the solar radiations and convert it into DC form of electrical energy.
The DC power can either be stored in a battery and / or can be further converted to AC power using a solar inverter.
What are the types of PV systems ?
- Off–grid system is a ‘standalone’ system, where solar power is stored in batteries during the day, which can then be used anytime of the day/ night to operate electrical loads.
- On–grid systems are connected to the grid. The system ‘synchronises’ with grid power such that any deficit in power requirement (if the load is more than solar power generated) is drawn from the grid. Similarly, any excess solar power can be fed to the grid. The systems can also synchronise and achieve the requisite reference voltage from a Diesel Generator which is connected to the loads
Components of Grid Connected rooftop solar
Used to convert Direct Current (DC) generated by the SPV modules to Alternating Current (AC) that can be used to power appliances running on AC.
Regulates the voltage and current coming from the solar panels going to the battery.
The system ‘synchronizes’ with grid power.
Used to store the generated solar power. Also acts as a power source when power is unavailable.
Records net energy between export of generated solar energy and import of Discom energy for a billing month.