In India, solar panels are now cheap, affordable and more affordable.
This article will help you understand the difference between the solar panels that you can buy from an online retailer and the ones you can find at your local shop.
Here is the basic cost breakdown of solar panels.
As per the Solar Energy Authority of India (SECI), a solar system with a total area of 1.75 square meters is around Rs.20 per kilowatt-hour.
If you want to get a 5kW solar system that can supply enough energy for 3,500 households in a year, you can purchase one at Rs.1,000 per kilogram (kg).
If you wish to get more energy for less than that, you would need to buy one with a 10kW output of 1,000 kW (2,000 Watt).
A 5kWh system costs Rs.18 per kWh.
The same solar system at 100kW is about Rs.65 per kWh, which would put it at around Rs 10 per kWh in this case.
Solar panels with output of 50kW, 60kW and 100kWs are also affordable, at Rs 50 per kWh and Rs 50, respectively.
A 5KW system with output between 10kWh and 20kW costs Rs 50.
A 20kWh solar system costs about Rs 60.
A 10kV system with outputs of 50W and 80W is around $40.
You can also get a 10 kW solar panel from an auction site for about Rs 1,200.
This is a good option if you have a large number of households and need a power supply for all of them.
If you want a solar project that can deliver 5kw solar for more than 100k households, you could get a 4kW system for Rs.5,000.
A 6kW project is about $10 per kWh depending on the size of the system.
If your project has a capacity of 100k homes, it would cost around Rs 5,000 for each 100k houses.
If your project is bigger than 100 houses, you might have to spend around Rs 30,000 and go for a solar power system that is a little more expensive.
A 20kV solar panel can supply energy for 4,000 households for a nominal price of Rs 20,000, which is a bit more expensive than a 5KV solar system.
A 5K Watt solar panel at 10kw, 60 kW and 120kW would cost about Rs 30 per kWh (5kW at 10 kW and 60 kW at 60 kW).
If you have an energy storage project with an output of 100,000 kWh, you will need to purchase at least 10,000 solar panels for Rs 15,000 (10kW power supply, 10k watt at 60k watt, 60 kW output).
If your solar project has an output under 20k kWh, a 10KW solar module will cost about $40, while a 5kw solar module would cost Rs 40.
A 4k Watt solar module at 10Kw, 50 kW and 100 kW will cost around $15.
If the module has a 20 kW output, it will cost you about Rs 15 (10 kW at 10 kw and 50 kW at 50 kW).
Solar power is also available from companies like SolarPower, Powertech and Srikanth.
This solar power product is not a cheap option to get.
The average price of a solar module is around 10, and it is recommended to purchase a solar thermal module at around 10-20 per cent.
It is advisable to buy a module at least at Rs 5-10 per kilo.
It would also be advisable to purchase your own solar power at a solar installation in a solar park.
Solar thermal modules are cheap to install and are suitable for large installations.
A 10 kW thermal module can provide around 5 kW (100 kW) of power at 30 kJ/kWh.
A 1 kW thermal unit can provide between 2 kW-3 kW.
It may also be worth buying a 3 kW thermal module that is rated at a nominal capacity of 3,000 kJ.
A 1 kW module can deliver energy of up to 2,000 kilowatts, while the 5 kW modules can provide up to 1,500 kilowats.
The total power consumption for a 10 kW system is around 1,300 kW.
A 3 kW system can provide energy of between 4 kW to 5 kw.
A 3 kW module at 30kW will provide energy from 2,500 kJ, while it can provide from 1,400 kJ to 1.3 kJ at 40kW.
A 4 kW module will deliver energy from 1.6 kW at 40 kW.