Solar Power

With about 300 clear sunny days in a year, India's theoretical solar power reception, just on its land area, is about 5 PWh/year (i.e. = 5000 trillion kWh/yr). The daily average solar energy incident over India varies from 4 to 7 kWh/m2 with about 2,300–3,200 sunshine hours per year, depending upon location. This is far more than current total energy consumption. For example, even assuming 10% conversion efficiency for PV modules, it will still be thousand times greater than the likely electricity demand in India by the year 2015.

Increasing energy requirements, especially in growth markets such as China and India, have become a political issue within the context of global climate change and dwindling fossil fuel resources. Numerous national and international initiatives that have attempted to resolve the issue. The situation creates diverse framework conditions for alternative energies such as solar power. Combined with innovative energy-saving technologies and a progressive change in outlook with regard personal energy balance, Photovoltaic can make a key contribution to solving the global energy crisis and thus our future endeavors in the field of Solar Power would be involving the Energy Efficient Photo Voltaic Cells.

We have a consolidated plan of setting up Solar PV plants of 10 MW each in Rajasthan and Western Madhya Pradesh and have registered the initial phases with the nodal agencies.