Shadow Energy aims for a Leading Solar Consultancy all across the globe. Backed by rich industry experience, we are highly engaged in offering an optimum grade Solar Structure Design Consultancy Service to our clients. Offered services are executed by our experienced professionals using the best grade machines and superior technology.
In line with clients' diverse needs, Shadow Solar provides a high quality Solar EPC Contractor Services. To provide these service, we closely work with customers in order to understand their specific needs and render as per the same. The offered services are highly demanded for their features like timely execution, professional approach and cost-effectiveness. Moreover, our services are easily available at a very reasonable market prices.
Shadow Solar aims to provide technologically advanced Solar Power Plant Consultancy. We conduct exclusive researches to innovate more upgraded technologies to offer this consultancy service.
We are associated with solar power projects in KWp / MWp and we are well versed with techno commercial experience in the following:-
# Climate Assessment # CAPEX-OPEX Evaluation
# Feasibility Studies # Sourcing & Procurement Assistance
# Resource & Technology Evaluation # Bidding Support
# Grid Connectivity Assessment and Design # EPC proposal Evaluation
# Solar Field Arrangement, Shading & Obstacles # Project Structuring /Advisory Feed-in Tariff
# Solar & Thermal Modelling # Risk Analysis & Business Case Optimization
# Energy Analysis/ Equipment selection # Support to Contracting
Solar energy is the most readily available and free source of energy since prehistoric times. It is estimated that solar energy equivalent to over 15,000 times the world's annual commercial energy consumption reaches the earth every year. India receives solar energy in the region of 5 to 7 kWh/m2 for 300 to 330 days in a year. This energy is sufficient to set up 20 MW solar power plant per square kilometre land area.
Solar energy can be utilised through two different routes, as solar thermal route and solar electric (solar photovoltaic) routes. Solar thermal route uses the sun's heat to produce hot water or air, cook food, drying materials etc. Solar photovoltaic uses sun's heat to produce electricity for lighting home and building, running motors, pumps, electric appliances, and lighting.
Harnessing of non-polluting renewable energy resources to control greenhouse gases is receiving impetus from the government of India. The solar mission, which is part of the National Action Plan on Climate Change has been set up to promote the development and use of solar energy in for power generation and other uses with the ultimate objective of making solar energy competitive with fossil-based energy options.
The solar photovoltaic device systems for power generation had been deployed in the various parts in the country for electrification where the grid connectivity is either not feasible or not cost effective as also some times in conjunction with diesel based generating stations in isolated places and communication transmitters at remote locations. With the downward trend in the cost of solar energy and appreciation for the need for development of solar power, solar power projects have recently been implemented.
Photovoltaic (PV) power systems installed on the surfaces of buildings allow the possibility of combining energy production with other functions of the building envelope including structural support, weatherproofing, shading, insulation or solar thermal collection. Cost savings through these combined functions can be substantial. Additionally, no high- value land is required, no separate support structure is necessary and electricity is generated at the point of use.
Higher usage of energy resulting into depletion of finite source of fossil fuel reserve and enhance the concern over energy security, Increase environmental pollution (Solid – Ash content, Liquid- Effluent, Gas- SOx, NOx, CO, CO2, SPM and others) contributing to Global Warming and Climate Change.
These systems are used where conventional grid supply is not available or is irregular. In an SPV power plant, electricity is centrally generated and made available to users through a local grid in a ‘stand- alone mode’. The most common use for such plants is the electrification of remote villages, power for hospitals, hotels, communication equipment, railway stations etc.
Grid connected solar system use an inverter that synchronises with the utility power. These systems do not generally require batteries, although batteries can be used to provide backup power if the utility power goes out. Grid connected solar is easier to install and maintain than stand-alone system