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      India stands third in Asia and fourth in the world in terms of solar power production across its plants. This currently accounts for about 38% of its total capacity of renewable energy. The country also claims to own the world's largest solar park, located in Rajasthan !!

           Most of the solar panel options currently available fit in one of three types: monocrystalline, polycrystalline (also known as multi-crystalline), and thin-film. These solar panels vary in how they're made, appearance, performance, costs, and the installations each are best suited for. In May 2015, the public’s perception of solar power changed overnight. What happened? Billionaire Elon Musk jumped on stage in California and announced a product called the Tesla Powerwall, a sleek-looking home battery.



At a high level, there are three types of solar power system:



  1. On-grid solar.
  2. Off-grid solar.
  3. Hybrid solar.

An off-grid residential system is completely disconnected from the traditional electric power grid. Without a connection to the utility grid, batteries are essential to balance periods of excess production and excess demand. Being off-grid means you are not connected in any way to your grid's power system or utility company. This is appealing because you are 100% self-sustaining your energy use. An off-grid system is not connected to the electricity grid and therefore requires battery storage. Off-grid solar systems must be designed appropriately so that they will generate enough power throughout the year and have enough battery capacity to meet the home’s requirements, even in the depths of winter when there is generally much less sunlight.

On-grid means your solar system is tied to your local utility's GRID. This is what most residential homes will use because you are covered if your solar system under or over-produces in regard to your varying energy needs. All this means for you is that your utility system acts as your battery space. On grid systems make sense for locations with no daytime power cut or with less than 5 hrs of daytime power cut. This type of system is apt for reducing your electricity bills since it is cheaper than a battery based system and there is no recurring cost of replacement of components. Once the solar generation starts, the generated energy is first consumed by the loads. Once the load requirement is satisfied, the remaining energy will be exported to the grid. Grid by itself acts as a virtual battery taking in all the excess energy that has been exported. This is known as banking of energy.

This means being able to store solar energy that is generated during the day and using it at night. When the stored energy is depleted, the grid is there as a back up, allowing consumers to have the best of both worlds. Hybrid systems are also able to charge the batteries using cheap off-peak electricity. Modern hybrid systems combine solar and battery storage in one and are now available in many different forms and configurations. Due to the decreasing cost of battery storage, systems that are already connected to the electricity grid can start taking advantage of battery storage as well.

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