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RESIDENTIAL

We offer special pricing for residential customers because we know how important solar power is for domestic consumption. To know about special monthly packages click here.

ESTATES/FARM HOUSES

Since there will be huge space available in such environment, our erection engineers would study your layout and come with a suitable solution for Solar Panel deployment.

SCHOOLS & COLLEGES

Avail our special pricing for educational institutions as their requirements differ from that of others. Check our pricing for educational institutions.

CORPORATE

Large scale installation is carried out by our project teams so that a high percentage of the requirements of the corporate is met. Reduced load requirement from the common grid makes them qualify for Govt subsidies.

GOVERNMENT

Our sophisticated design and execution is well-known. We strive hard to complete the project on time and ensure a smooth flow of energy from the augmented grid.

SMEs

Small and Medium industries would stand to benefit a great deal from Solar Zone as their requirements could be totally obtained from solar energy itself. Their eligibility for subsidies would go several fold higher when they become self sufficient in power usage.

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DigiTsun is one of the leading independent renewable energy developers in the UK. The development team at DigiTsun has substantial experience within the renewable energy sector and has the technical, management and financial skills to successfully bring complex Solar and wind energy projects to live grid supply of electricity.

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How do wind turbines work?

When wind blows, it carries kinetic energy which can move objects. A wind turbine has blades which are designed to rotate when hit by the wind – this motion is vital to the generation of electricity.

Most wind turbines start operating at a wind speed of 3-5 meters per second which is a gentle breeze; as the blades of the turbine spin they turn a shaft in the nacelle, or the box on top of a wind turbine.

Solar Thermal Electricity generating system

A Solar Thermal Electricity generating system also known as Solar Thermal Power plant is an emerging renewable energy technology, where we generate the thermal energy by concentrating and converting the direct solar radiation at medium/high temperature (300ºC – 800ºC). All solar thermal systems capture the energy of the sun by absorbing light as heat. Solar thermal power systems focus sunlight, usually with mirrors, to heat a fluid to high temperatures and drive an engine. With their high efficiency and the lowest power production costs of all solar technologies, the technologically mature parabolic trough power plants in particular have outstanding prospects for the future. The uninhabited deserts of North Africa alone could generate many times the European power requirements. It will also contribute directly to the CO2 reduction strategy. According to a Greenpeace study, the use of CSP(concentrated solar power) can prevent 154 million tons of CO2 emissions worldwide by 2020. This approach stands in contrast to photovoltaic solar power systems, in which light interacts with special materials directly to separate charges and generate electricity. Photovoltaic power enjoys many advantages, such as unattended operation and small-scale feasibility, but remains significantly more expensive as a source of large-scale power than solar thermal technologies. The modern era of large scale solar power generation was born in California’s Mojave Desert in the 1980s, when Luz Industries built a total of 354 MW of Solar Electric Generating System, or SEGS, power plants. The SEGS plants use long parabolic mirrors with pipes at the focus point, where circulating oil is heated to 700 F (350 C). The oil is pumped through heat exchangers which boil water to make high-pressure steam, which drives turbine generators to make electric power. The ability to store energy as heat makes solar thermal electric power particularly valuable, because energy can be stored when the sun is shining and released for electricity generation when the power is needed most. Often peak electricity demand extends well into the evening on hot summer days; solar thermal electric power is uniquely able to deliver zero-carbon electric power to meet these demands. Solar plants can be built to be “dispatchable”, gathering energy during daylight hours and releasing it during times of peak demand. Solar technologies have the potential to be major contributors to the global energy supply.

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Solar Plant Configuration

Two types of solar steam generating systems; one based on fixed receiver E-W automatically tracked concentrating technology (Scheffler) and the other on fully tracked receiver on dish technology (Arun) are under promotion in the country. Whereas the fixed receiver technology is in promotion for last many years and about 70 systems covering over 20,000 sq. m of dish area have been installed, the fully tracked technology is under pilot scale demonstration and only 10 dishes with area 1690 sq. m have been installed as on date.

Each megawatt is enough power for about 650 homes.

A solar steam power generating system based on this technology comprises elliptically shaped parabolic solar
concentrators (each of 16 sq. m. size in general) arranged in pairs of sleeping and standing dishes in parallel
modules, aligned in a perfect east – west direction. Receivers (heat exchangers painted black) are placed in
the focus of each pair of dishes. Above the receiver is a header pipe half-filled with water. Cold water enters
the receiver through the inner pipe coming from header. Solar rays falling onto the dishes are reflected and
concentrated onto the receivers. Due to the high temperatures achieved, the water within the receiver is
converted into steam.

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