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IMG 20180530 134328 final - Ease of Installing Solar Rooftops in India

With little respite from the government measures of subsidising electricity costs for the rural consumers, high transmission and distribution losses and volatile price of electricity from sources like coal, it is expected that our electricity tariffs would go up by 4~5 percent every year for several years to come. The future of electricity consumption looks grim not just for the industrialists but also for the residential owners.

To brace ourselves from a futuristic perspective, we need to start exploring renewable energy, especially solar in India, combinations with our existing systems to become reliant.  Apart from seeking to save the planet; it’s pure economics to produce electricity than to fall back on expensive and polluting diesel generators to keep the lights on.

Among the array of renewable sources available, Rooftop solar is the fastest growing segment in renewable energy in India, driven by large customers, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance research. Especially with  Net Metering initiatives- a process where all the extra units that you generate from your solar system that go unused, are sent back to the main grid and adjusted monthly against your consumption from the network, helps the user to be self-sufficient financially as well.

One can install solar rooftops in four simple ways :

1. Connect with us at 8739938888 or sales@www.peacock.solar/
2. Our technical team evaluates your house and presents you with two options to go solar
3. Choose between our financing options & complete the documentation
4. Get solar installed and enjoy lifetime clean energy

Therefore, there is no better time to Go Solar than now.  Log in to our website www.peacock.solar to get a free site inspection today. For anything more, you can also e-mail us at sales@www.peacock.solar/‬

In India, we envision a future where we can meet the ever-increasing energy demand in an economical and more importantly, in a sustainable manner. In the renewable energy space, solar rooftops make economic and commercial sense. The  transition to solar households has never been this easy with the right amount of government intervention.

Why buy electricity when you can produce your own.Having said that, one needs to carefully asses the ground reality  and handpick  a system that fits one’s energy needs and your finance capabilities.

Do you have a roof that can support solar panels?
The first and foremost thing one needs to understand before instaling residential solar is to check on how much shadow-free space is available. If one’s roof is covered in the shade most of the day throughout the year, then it might not have a favourable advantage to justify the costs of solar panels. Also, it is essential to understand the placement of panels, quality of components and expertise of the installer.

How to determine the consumption rate of your household?
It is also important to size the system appropriately to make the most economic sense out of the investment in the rooftop solar installation. One needs to asses the amount of electricity consumed utilised by a family. What one must also factor in is- the rising electricity tariffs set by the various state governments.

For instance, a monthly bill of Rs 5,000 on average can be offset by installing a 5kW rooftop solar plant at home.

Buy the system or directly buy the electricity?
Every household will need to calculate their cost-benefit analysis depending on their spending power. Understand the various financing schemes offered by the service providers so that the solar system fits your energy needs and your finances. The most common options available are as below:

Direct Buy
•    Own your system
•    Avoid interest charges
•    Get all the benefits of solar from Day 1 of installation

Purchase clean electricity produced from solar
•    Get solar at zero upfront cost
•    Start saving on your electricity bill from day 1
•    Affordable monthly payouts

For Further Information please log on to https://www.peacock.solar or contact +91-8739938888 for getting your home’s rooftop evaluated for free

 3 1024x682 - Empowering Individuals to Harness the Sun - How Residential Solar can usher in a new era of energy in India

Every emerging economy envisions a future where it can meet its ever-increasing energy demand in an economical and more importantly, in a sustainable manner. India has climbed to the second position from the third in last year’s ‘Renewable energy country attractiveness’ index released by Ernst & Young. This rapid progress, especially in India, is primarily due to a combination of stable government intervention and the attractive economics behind the solar power. Industrial entities are the early adopters of renewable energy. However, the adoption of solar power for domestic consumption has gained momentum due to the rise in electricity bills, interrupted power supplies and energy-intensive lifestyles.

Although the government has incentivised the infrastructure feasibility required for residential solar, a lot is yet to be changed regarding consumer behaviour and preferences. Those as mentioned earlier are the key aspects that could potentially bolster residential solar into a new era of carbon-free energy In India.

Energy Independence:
By instilling the notion of homegrown electricity among people, suppliers can reduce country’s reliance on burning coal and nuclear resources for power. This self-reliance could also facilitate optimised and conscious consumption.

Real-Time Monitoring:
Monitoring and analysing data from residential solar is an integral part of a solar implementation. Current information about the energy created and utilised help households to customise their needs based on dynamic requirements with minimal effort and risk.

Efficient Financing:
While solar power is economical in the long run, most of the investment needs to be made upfront. Strong government-led financial incentives such as EMI and credit policies could bolster the adoption rate.