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Gujarat Gets India’s First Portable Solar Rooftop System; Find Out More!

The first portable solar rooftop system has been built in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, citing the need for renewable energy to reduce India’s carbon impact. The new 10 PV Port system is cost-effective, needs little maintenance, and can be installed by a single person. For further information, see the details below.

India’s First Portable Solar Rooftop System Inaugurated

The German development agency Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) has erected a 10 PV Port system at the Swaminarayan Akshardham temple complex in Gandhinagar. The initiative of the Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy is in charge of this. PV Port systems are basic plug-and-play photovoltaic systems with a minimum power output of 2kWp and battery storage options.

The PV Port systems are meant to be completely self-contained. This indicates that no electricity is fed into the system. The systems are built to take use of the area beneath the solar panels in order to give greater power and efficiency. An Indian household might save up to Rs 24,000 per year on power expenditures with one of these devices.

“Such alliances, as well as the synergies that follow, are projected to greatly benefit consumers.” “We are very optimistic that the partnerships will provide us with insights to deal with emerging challenges and capitalise on opportunities at the city level, allowing us to replicate the results in other cities across India,” said Jorg Gabler, Principal Advisor of the GIZ India project International Renewable Energies in the Indian Electricity System (I-RE). An announcement tweet from the German Embassy in India may be seen below.

Servotech Power Systems Limited, situated in New Delhi, manufactures the 10 PV Port systems, which are intended for the Indian environment. Servotech Power Systems Limited is one of the major makers of high-end solar goods. The firm is part of the Make in India project, and it has been tasked with installing 40 such PV Port systems around Gandhinagar.

Pandit Deendayal Energy University, Indroda Park, NIFT, Arya Bhavan, GSPC Bhavan, and other locations have already received 30 systems. The administration plans to spread the effort to more cities around the country in the future. Stay tuned for further information, and share your ideas in the comments section below.



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