Engineering a plant is almost like a piece of art and some science mixed with it.

It is a mix because it requires intricate planning to set up a plant, that can perform well, and continue to deliver week after week, for the next 25 years and more. Yes, you heard it right – your solar plant once set up will be delivering solar power to your house or office or commercial building for the next over 25 years. Hence, the engineering of it needs to be done just right.  It is extremely important to begin with an excellent design using qualified electrical contractors and staff, and at networkGreen we help you do exactly that. We work with your installer or appoint our own installers to help you get to an optimal design keeping in view the site area, and the rooftop space that is available, the electrical load requirements that you have and the off set of power that you wish to achieve using solar rooftop plant.

We call it a piece of art, since our installers and design also takes into account the looks of your solar rooftop plant.Take a look at the galleries section for you to examine and see how some of the plants look like, and the way aesthetics is in-built into the solar design at times based on user requirements. We also work on ensuring that the nuts and bolts of the plant – are well monitored. Our systems are also monitored remotely, and the performance and the plant output measured continually. You can visit the blog for remote monitoring in this section and found here to know more about how it is important from an O & M perspective to continually know about the performance of your solar PV plant.

A solar rooftop plant that has a capacity of about 1 KWp shall produce about 3.9 to 4.5 units per day. Just multiply the solar output based on the capacity of the plant in terms of total KWp capacity to arrive at an energy output per day. This is a rough rule of thumb, but the exact output of your solar plant shall depend on the location and the insolation received at your site. Our remote monitoring systems also allow you to measure output in the region that you are based and therefore some standards for output are available. This allows you to take preventive O & M measures, in advance and keep the performance levels at optimal levels.

Engineering is the basis of all of the above work, and ensuring that the solar panel quality is top notch, the inverter build is value for money, and the mounting structures that are set up can withstand the wind conditions in your area, and meet the necessary standards ensures that the solar plant is built to last the longevity it is supposed to last.

For any engineering query, please do drop in your query or contact us