KOR Energy(India) Pvt. Ltd., a solar power company on Wednesday announced that it successfully installed a 100 KWp grid tied rooftop solar system at Delhi Public School (DPS), Chandauli Mohansarai Bypass Road, Varanasi.
The project is a part of National Solar Mission and has a power generation capacity of 1,45,000 units of electricity every year. It empowers the green power generation and provides efficient way for schools to meet their energy needs.
KOR Energy has used Polycrystalline Modules of 315Wp which is manufactured by leading PV module manufacturer Vikram Solar and solar string inverters of ABB Group to ensure maximum yield and performance consistency. The system has remote monitoring of production that offers accurate fault recognition and real time performance monitoring. Read More…
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