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40 Watt off grid Solar System for Rs 6000 online

Luminous 40 Watt off grid Solar System for  Running Lights, Fans and Mobile Charging. This off grid D.C Solution is for consumers who are looking for a smaller solar system to run couple of lights, fan and charging their mobile.  The DC system is sufficient enough to power 1 DC Fn, 2-3 DC light and Mobile charging for day and…

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1 Kva offgrid solar system 300 watt panel for Rs 45000

Luminous 1 kva off grid solar system with 300 watts of panel for mid sized home, shops. Luminous Solar 300 watt off grid solar system is designed to give power supply for 4-5 hours to 2-3 BHK homes in India having severe power cuts and unreliable electricity supply. It is a Small Power plant which can run a Peak Load up to 650…

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3 kw off grid solar system india Rs 2,85,000

India’s best selling solar system designed to give 24*7 power in homes, Independent floors, Villas, offices. It is a powerful solar system that can run everything from solar except 2 ton air conditioners. If you want, all your power equipment such as Fans, lights, Television, Refrigerator to be running on solar without using grid electricity, this solar system suites to you.…

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India’s farmers can sell electricity and save groundwater

Solar farming uses power generated from solar energy to operate agricultural or farming tools. It is simple, cost effective, reliable and long lasting. Most common agricultural tools such as tractors, watering systems, rotator, roller, planter, sprayers, broadcast seeder etc. work on battery power and fuel oil. In solar farming, the battery power is replaced with solar power, so that the…

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Solar-powered CCTV Camera to Tighten the Security for all

Having a CCTV security camera installed at home, office or public places has become undoubtedly necessity for all of us as crime rate increases in every passing year. The combination of renewable energy and innovative technology make security gadgets more lethal and favourable. 2MP high-resolution solar CCTV camera, is a self-contained, wireless digital image sensor camera with 1080p high-resolution image…

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Solar energy for Industrial power generation

Large industrial facilities have set up captive power generation (conventional) to mitigate the effect of frequent shortages of electricity from the national grid. 70% of electricity generated under captive power in the case of solar and wind power was set up by large industrial facilities. Industries that can set up captive power are: Textiles – Cement – Chemical – Iron…

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Solar powered hospitals are the future of Kerala

Solar powered hospitals are the future of kerala. The hospitals that utilize solar PV panels will be able to sav money every year since they will be cutting the costs on their energy bills. Hospital that generates excess electricity could sell the excess amount to their local grid via Feed-in Tariffs and earn cash towards providing better services. Backup generators…

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Solar for religious institutions in India

Solar for religious institutions in India An array of solar panels installed atop the Tirumala Temple’s “Nitya Annadanam canteen” in Tirupathi, India, to facilitate operation of steam cookers. This is the world’s largest solar steam cooking system. The Tirumala temple, in the south Indian city of Tirupathi, is one of Hinduism’s holiest shrines. Over 5,000 pilgrims a day visit this…

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Anert solar smart subsidy for Temples in Kerala

Anert solar smart subsidy program for temples in kerala. Why All Temples Should Go Solar: Temples run on love and donation given by the devotees. Most of the temples have basic electrical loads such as fans, lights and music system – this can be easily powered by a 1kw or 2kw off-grid solar power system which costs under 1 lac…

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Petrol pumps going solar in kerala with Anert Subsidy

Petrol pumps can save lakhs of rupees every year by switching to solar. A petrol pump requires more than 5KW of electricity every day for its day to day fuel dispensing operations. This amounts to a total capacity of over 1,440 KW of power required for a year for one petrol pump. Most of the petrol pumps in India derive…

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