Solar Energy is a natural resource that can be tapped easily and can be utilized for many of the applications in a home. The total required solar energy can be calculated using the total load requirements of the home. If the load requirement of the home is 5 KW, then a 5 KW solar power pack can be installed at the roof top of the home. With the Tamil Nadu Solar Policy set to play a big
role, it is high time; the customers go for solar energy. With the Generation based incentive and the option of feeding the excess power to the grid in place, the customers are set to be benefited in a great way.
Solar Power can be utilized in meaningful way for homes. The solar power brings in clean and green power to the world, thus saving the environment, besides providing the required power by harnessing the power from the sun. The required solar power can be determined by adding up the power consumption by each of the electrical appliances in the home. The Tamil Nadu Solar Energy Policy states that there will be an incentive of Rs. 2 per unit of solar energy produced besides availing the facility of net metering. Apart from this there is also an option of feeding the excess power generated through solar into the gird, thus facilitating the reverse metering and reduction in electricity bills.
Solar Solutions for homes have become a common thing these days. With people becoming more energy conscious and are also looking to contribute to the environment which is highly polluted due to conventional source of energy and many other factors. Cities like Chennai which are blessed with abundant sunshine throughout the year, has a great potential to be a solar city if each of the home in the city harnesses Solar Energy. The net metering facility introduced by Tamil Nadu Government, which allows the excess power from the solar power to be fed in to the grid and the generation based incentive of Rs. 2 per unit is also a great benefit for the domestic sector.
Solar Plant for homes has become the need of the hour. Solar Plant consists of solar panels that generate electricity and solar inverters that convert the direct current produced in the solar panel to alternating current that can be utilized by the electrical appliances in the home. This use of solar plant reduces the electricity consumption to a great level. The advent of generation based incentive of Net metering facility introduced by the Government of Tamil Nadu is great boon the households that has solar power at their homes. This allows the homes to receive an incentive of Rs. 2 per unit of solar generated and feed the excess power generated back to the grid thus allowing discounts in