Solar Question-Answer & there Benefits

It Reduce Electric Bill & Free Your bill,  3-5 year Payback Period, 25 year Warranty, Safe investment + high Returns,  Lifetime No maintenance, Enviroment friendly, Any one can use, etc

Absolutely! Solar is for everyone. Whether you are a residential solar, commercial or industrial consumer, a smart city developer or a public utility service provider, you can use solar in a variety of ways and save big on your electricity bills year after year, for a lifetime. In addition, if you are a rural consumer or situated at a remote location, solar is the most economical solution to fulfil your electricity needs. The cities and villages can use solar for public areas and buildings.

Answer is EVERYWHERE…almost!  Yes.. Everywhere...

You can install Solar PV systems on the roofs, walls, ground, elevated structures, canal tops, and even moving vehicles. The only thing you need to ensure is that the location should have a clear and unobstructed access to sunlight most of the day. If nearby objects like trees or water tanks or nearby buildings leave shadow on the panels for some time during the day, then the output of your Solar PV system may get impacted for that duration.

Answer to this is quite simple and straight forward - It depends upon your system size as well as the solar panel efficiency. Typically, 10~12 square meter (100 to 120 square feet) per kilo Watt shadow free area is required for solar PV system.

To get adequate power generation or efficiency from Solar PV system, it is important to install solar panels at a location where the sunlight falls for whole day. High shading objects such as water tank, air Cooling system, lightening arresters, chimneys, antennae, nearby buildings, trees, etc. impact the power generation to some extent.

  1. 10 years of product warranty against defect on materials and workmanship
  2. Performance Guarantee of 25 years. In most of the cases, this guarantee is for 10 years at 90% of rated peak power output and for 25 years at 80% of rated peak power output. Peak power output is the nameplate capacity of a Solar PV panel.

    1. Only On-Grid Solar Systems don’t produce electricity during power cuts from the grid because of their half-dependency on the main power grid . Off-Grid Solar Systems and Hybrid Solar Systems, however, can produce electricity even during power cuts by virtue of batteries.

Yes, you can. As a matter of fact, not only can you run your entire house completely on solar, you can also expect optimum performance of load-heavy appliances like Air Conditioners, geysers, etc.

No, they are not. Good quality solar panels, like the ones used by SuryaKiran Solar, are angled sturdily, are water resistant, and do not have any moving parts. This gives them the ability to withstand external pressures of all sorts, ranging from wind, dust, and rain to even monkey menace and more. Improper installation, extreme pressure or lack of care given to solar panels, however, may result in them losing this immunity, so best advice is to give good and regular maintenance.

If you want a detailed report, you can visit our Solar Calculator page to get exact information on “Solar Calculator Page”, based on your specific details. If you want to check the feasibility of solar at your home and calculate your savings per month as per that, feel free to book a site assessment and one of our site engineers will arrive at your premises for conducting the same.

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Around 4+ Unit,  4 unit is not constant generation, In summer days goes UP & in cloudy days nearly genearate 4 unit, there various factors depends of installation like panel angle, Shadow analysis, DC Inverter side Cabling, etc.

  1. 10 years of product warranty against defect on materials and workmanship
  2. Performance Guarantee of 25 years. In most of the cases, this guarantee is for 10 years at 90% of rated peak power output and for 25 years at 80% of rated peak power output. Peak power output is the nameplate capacity of a Solar PV panel.