Lighting the World by Solar Energy

Green Energy Clean Energy

Solar Power System and Energy Storage

SOLAR & RENEWABLE ENERGY

SimplyJITH is dedicated to providing its clientele with superior quality solar power solutions. Our projects are completed in-house, without any subcontracting. Our engineers have worked on hundreds of designs. The engineering projects have ranged from small off-grid systems of a few kilowatts to large commercial and utility-scale projects of several megawatts in power. The installation team, led by Well Experianced team lead, and has installed numerous residential, commercial, and off-grid systems. We have experience installing grid-connected battery backup and non-battery backup systems that meet the high wind load requirements.

Design

Utility of solar panels are power stations and capable of providing an energy supply to consumers. Generated electricity is fed into the rechargable batteries or combined with one, morethan one, domestic electricity generators to feed into a small electrical solar plant. PV systems are generally designed in order to ensure the highest energy yield for a given investment..

Development

Photovoltaic system usage and its supply system has grown rapid speed in India during the last few years. A total no of off-grid systems have been commissioned under the different policy mechanisms between 2010 and 2012. It is observed that PV system development has achieved a greater position under state policies. A study is made in this paper to promote photovoltaics and effectiveness.

Evacuation and Maintenance

Our transmission team head by domain experts have deep understanding of the PV network in the entire region and research capabilities. They conduct a thorough study of the power evacuation arrangement in the area, where wind power potential exists. They also explore the possibilities of evacuation by strengthening STU and execute the network enhancement projects.

Features

Why Chose us

SimplyJITH Holdings has detailed design capability for major functionalities across sectors we specialize. These processes ensure strict compliance with code requirements ensuring designs are fit for purpose, are fully optimised and reflect our approach to engineering. Our process engineers are responsible for the generation of process solutions, from fine tuning tried and tested designs through to the conceptual approaches necessary to maintain our position at the cutting edge of new technology be it Process Design, Feed Studies, Conceptual Engineering or Topsides design, FPSO Topsides design etc.

Photovoltaic systems use no fuel, and modules typically last 25 to 40 years. Thus, capital costs make up most of the cost of solar power. Operations and maintenance costs for new utility-scale solar plants in the world are estimated to be 9 percent of the cost of photovoltaic electricity, and 17 percent of the cost of solar thermal electricity. Governments have created various financial incentives to encourage the use of solar power, such as feed-in tariff programs. Also, Renewable portfolio standards impose a government mandate that utilities generate or acquire a certain percentage of renewable power regardless of increased energy procurement costs. In most states, RPS goals can be achieved by any combination of solar, wind, biomass, landfill gas, ocean, geothermal, municipal solid waste, hydroelectric, hydrogen, or fuel cell technologies.

Our Expertise

SimplyJITH Holdings has detailed design capability for major functionalities across sectors we specialize. These processes ensure strict compliance with code requirements ensuring designs are fit for purpose, are fully optimised and reflect our approach to engineering. Our process engineers are responsible for the generation of process solutions, from fine tuning tried and tested designs through to the conceptual approaches necessary to maintain our position at the cutting edge of new technology be it Process Design, Feed Studies, Conceptual Engineering or Topsides design, FPSO Topsides design etc.

Commercial concentrating solar power (CSP) plants, also called "solar thermal power stations", were first developed in the 1980s. The principal advantage of CSP is the ability to efficiently add thermal storage, allowing the dispatching of electricity over up to a 24-hour period. Since peak electricity demand typically occurs at about 5 pm, many CSP power plants use 3 to 5 hours of thermal storage. In 2010, the International Energy Agency predicted that global solar PV capacity could reach 3,000 GW or 11% of projected global electricity generation by 2050—enough to generate 4,500 TWh of electricity. Four years later, in 2014, the agency projected that, under its "high renewables" scenario, solar power could supply 27% of global electricity generation by 2050 (16% from PV and 11% from CSP). In 2015, analysts predicted that more and more homes in the world will have solar power by the end of 2016.