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Power stations based on the solar modules with discharge to the centralized power grid Print E-mail

Power stations based on the solar modules with discharge to power grid are the systems that directly generate energy for centralized power grid.

Such systems are widely used in the countries where the so-called "feed-in tariff" for power plants based on solar modules with discharge to power grid is implemented on legislative level.

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In Ukraine it was adopted the Law "On Amending Certain Laws of Ukraine regarding implementation of the "feed-in tariff " on September 25, 2008, № 601-VI”. In accordance with this law from 0,44 to 0,46 Euro is paid per 1 kWh of generated electricity.

Feed-in tariff rate depends on the installed capacity (up to 100kW and above 100 kW) and installation site (located on the roof or on the ground).

Our engineers will provide all the necessary technical support in estimation of the required system output on the basis of your daily energy consumption, and will also help you in selection of the system components, installation, connection and system startup.

Standard system structure:
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The system includes:

Solar module array:
the main part of the system that generates electricity.

Supporting constructions for solar modules

Network inverter
the main task of the inverter is to convert direct current into alternate current and discharge of generated energy to the centralized power grid;

Monitoring system.
 
Advantages of the system:
  • environmental safety;
  • noiseless operation;
  • reliability and durability;
  • minimal requirements for maintenance;
  • modular approach to output extension;
In order to prepare technical design and commercial proposal for a solar system with discharge to the power grid we need to receive the following filled in QUESTIONNAIRE from you:

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