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Solar Power Systems

 Grid-Tie Solar Power Systems  Off-Grid Solar Power Systems  Solar Power Plants  Building Integrated Photo Voltaic Grid-Tie Solar Power Systems Definition: Grid-Tie Solar Photo-Voltaic (SPV) systems are SPV systems which can be connected to the existing Electricity Grid (EG) and Diesel Generators (DG) without the need of energy storage units (battery banks). During the sunlight hours, the generated solar power is utilized to operate the loads. When sufficient solar power is not available (overload situations and during no sunlight), the system draws the required power from the existing EG. Advantages: These SPV systems help reduce the power drawn from the existing EG and DG; therefore savings increase with every power price hike! Lower in cost with better return (ROI) period These SPV systems are capable of transferring the excess solar electricity generated into the existing Government EGs These SPV systems are maintenance free with zero recurring costs The

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