Based on your plant load, consumption pattern, energy consumption, location of your facility, and available area in your premises, you can choose to procure power from the following set of solutions: large scale an off-site solar project, on-site solar project, Hybrid solar with storage, and energy trading.
You can track the performance of the project in real-time using our NOC portal.
There are no fees for projects for which our clients have signed a PPA with us. We also do offer our asset management services on standalone basis, for which we charge a nominal fee. A Solar project has no moving parts, and therefore requires little maintenance, which includes module cleaning every 2-4 weeks and preventive electrical maintenance every 3 months.
You can monitor the performance of your project in real-time on a mobile app. We use cutting edge technology to monitor the performance of our projects which helps us in predictive maintenance of our assets and allows us to fix anomalies – if any- in the least possible time.
In case the state in which your plant is located has a favourable net-metering policy, the access power generated from your plant can be sold back to the grid.
Before installation of a solar power project, SunSource Energy conducts tests to evaluate the strength of the roof and its capability to hold the project. Based on which, we provide recommendations and solutions to allow you to efficiently use solar power.
Installation time depends on the scale and complexity of the project. The time required for Project execution can range between 2 months to 6 months.
Area required for an off-site solar project depends on multiple factors, such as: Location of the project, Wattage of Modules, and Design and engineering, among various others. However, a rough estimate is that for a 1 MW on-site solar plant, one needs ~10,000 sqm shade-free roof area.
The important models are:
- Group Captive
- Third Party PPA:
Open access power is a regulatory mechanism that allows a grid-connected bulk consumer with a connected load of 1MW or above to meet a part of or their entire electricity requirements via alternate energy sources.