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Energy United India Pvt. Ltd. is a renewable energy company focusing primarily on Solar Energy. The company aspires to meet the rising energy demands in India and providing clean energy with the use of natural resources available with high efficiency and more productivity.

The primary focus of the company is to provide end-to-end solution from Assembling (Integrators), Installation, Marketing, Sales and Service of Solar based renewable energy solutions at the residential, commercial, government and power plant scale and setting up Solar Microgrids for village electrification in the rural areas of India.

With the combination of sales, marketing and business development competencies Energy United India is aimed at providing the best solution at competitive prices with cent percent customer satisfaction.

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What is Solar Energy ?

Solar Energy is energy that comes from the sun.
Solar energy is the most powerful and abundant source of energy we have available to us today.
Solar energy means using the energy of sunlight to provide electricity for our homes and for businesses or industry.

Solar energy also doesn't produce greenhouse gasses. Greenhouse gasses are supposedly causing global warming even if it isn't real. Solar energy keeps the ocean from freezing and pushes the currents. Solar energy also helps plants with photosynthesis.


How does solar work?

Photovoltaic (PV) solar cells or panels directly convert sunlight into electricity.

PV cells are combined into modules called arrays, and the number of arrays used determines the amount of electricity produced. For example, a large number of arrays would be needed to generate electricity for a power plant.

Solar Power : Huge potential in India

India is blessed with ample solar radiation and most part of the country receives around 300 sunny days in a year, due to the high sun radiation particularly in the south and the center of the country. The potential for solar power is extremely high and makes India a favorite destination for domestic and international solar PV investments. But still India is facing a severe energy crunch. Six decades after Independence, India’s villages are groping in the dark. Around more than 60% of India's population live in rural areas, many households still do not have access to proper grid power supply and rely on kerosene for lighting purpose. People living in these areas have no access to grid electricity and suffer chronic power shortages. Rural and remote area electrification need, therefore, present an enormous opportunity for PV. The overall coverage of electricity in rural households across the country continues to be low, with around one-third of total households having no access to electricity for domestic use. The situation is particularly bad in the country’s ‘cow belt’. Sample the case of Bihar. As of 2008-09, Bihar has just about 25 per cent of rural households, which have access to electricity for domestic use. In Jharkhand, it is 43. In Orissa and Uttar Pradesh, it is 45 per cent and 38 per cent, respectively.

In totality, percentage of Indian households (both rural and urban) with electricity for domestic use showed a quantum jump from 64 per cent in 2002 to 75 percent in 2008-09. The electricity coverage during this period was best in Himachal Pradesh, with 98 per cent households having electricity for domestic use. The worst in Bihar: 31 per cent.

Meeting the energy needs of India’s 114 million rural “Base of the Pyramid” (BoP) households is a growing and urgent challenge. While rural areas access to the country’s electricity infrastructure continues to increase, the majority of India’s rural BoP population still meets their basic energy needs through an array of harmful sources, such as burning kerosene, firewood, and dung. These traditional fuel sources are inefficient and often unreliable, create health risks, and contribute to pollution and environmental degradation. As a result, there is an urgent development need for clean, reliable, safe, and low-cost energy services and products.

Solar photovoltaic (PV) based electricity generation costs are declining and expected to become economically attractive as technologies improve and the cost of electricity generated by fossil fuels rises. In the years to come, increasing investment capital will probably boost global solar PV capacity 20 to 40 times higher than its current level.

Emerging Market Trends: Demand for off grid PV applications

India is poised at the threshold of opportunity to grow and expand its role in PV adoption and manufacturing and potentially to become a global leader in this technology. Specific drivers for PV in India include the country’s rapidly rising primary energy and electricity needs, overdependence on coal for electricity generation and on oil and gas imports. These factors coupled with India’s endowment with abundant irradiation, with most part of the country enjoying 300 sunny days a year, make PV particularly attractive to the country’s energy strategy.

As much as 70% of India’s population is involved in agriculture and lives in rural areas. People living in these areas have no access to grid electricity and suffer chronic power shortages. Rural and remote area electrification need, therefore, present an enormous opportunity for PV.

Addressing the most basic lighting needs through small standalone home lighting systems would result in significant kerosene replacement at the national level and improve the quality of lives of people. Estimates show that in fiscal year 2009-10, US$ 4 Billion were spent by the government on subsidizing the price of kerosene. Off-grid PV lighting systems would improve the quality of lighting and reduce health and safety risks due to inhalation of fumes and from the widespread use of combustible kerosene fuel.

Moreover, solar irrigation pumps have immense potential for off-grid PV applications.70% of India’s population is involved in agriculture and small and subsistence farmers are entirely dependent on variable rainfall and ground water for their crop needs. It is noted that the electricity consumption by irrigation pumps accounts for 10% to 15% of India’s total electricity consumption and adoption of solar irrigation pump will reduce the government subsidy which is ` 30,000 to ` 40,000 crores each year. Thus, PV offers the prospect of replacement of diesel pumps with off-grid PV pumps.

Likewise, cellular base stations and towers spreading across the country offer a large opportunity for diesel generation replacement. In 2009-10, the country added 584.32 Million cell phone subscribers and estimates suggest that there were 337,000 cell phone towers across the country. The rapid expansion of wireless telecom and telecom companies desire to reduce operating cost for base stations due to diesel cost and losses in diesel pilferage are also expected to prompt growth in off-grid opportunities.

Apart from this, urban areas also present opportunities for off-grid PV applications. It is generally used for street and traffic lighting, for billboards, in apartment, complexes and private developer properties where uninterrupted power is currently provisioned for, at prices higher than grid electricity through the use of diesel generator sets and uninterrupted power supply based on battery storage.

Solar Power Plants:

Solar Power Plant can either be Off-Grid (Stand Alone PV for captive use) or grid interactive. It fulfills all the domestic and commercial energy requirements where there is erratic power supply from the grid or grid power is unreliable.

Increasing demand from industrial consumers, who are suffering from inadequate power supply and high tariff rate charged by State Electricity Boards (SEBs), find captive generation as the best alternative for meeting their demand. Poor quality of grid supply (low voltage, fluctuating frequency and frequent interruptions), high tariffs (much higher than actual cost of supply), unfair impositions (peak hour restrictions and unplanned load shedding) and unresponsive attitude of State Electricity Boards have forced many industries to isolate themselves totally from the state grid and be on their own. For a reliable operation of the industry, they necessarily have to employ captive generation with a redundancy.
Stand-alone PV systems are designed to operate independent of the electric utility grid, and are generally designed and sized to supply certain DC and/or AC electrical loads. (Without Battery Backup)

DC loads can also be connected directly to the battery bank. A more common type of the standalone system is where the PV system with a battery bank powers the AC loads. (With Battery Backup) The rising price of Diesel is another issue, which increases the operational costs of diesel generators. In many cases, issues such as erratic power supply from the government people tend to choose diesel generators as their rescue option. With Solar PV witnessing a reduce in cost and reliability and it offers clean and green energy solution.

We will offer customized solutions to our customers by doing energy efficiency checks and energy audits. The best possible solution would be proposed to our customers. Our clients could also avail various government incentives in the form of capital subsidy or soft loan from Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and State energy departments.




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