Solarsis takes part in 1-MW solar plan by IIT Madras - report
Nov 6, 2013 - Solar Integration Systems India Pvt Ltd (Solarsis) has built a 90-kW rooftop solar array for the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) in Tamil Nadu, as part of a 1-MW project, the Hindu Business Line said Tuesday.
The Hyderabad-based solar solutions provider has installed the system at the electrical sciences centre at IIT Madras in Chennai. It includes various technologies in modules and inverters and was designed to withstand high winds at the Chennai coastal area, the daily cited Solarsis’ CEO Venkat Rajaraman as saying. The installation will incorporate a smart grid controller, which is currently developed by the institute.
The 90-kW solar plant, featuring modules with various capacities, is estimated to produce about 150,000 kWh each year and mitigate 90 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
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