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Loom solar panel 10 watt - 12 volt for mobile charging

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Rs. 1,000
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Loom solar panel 20 watt - 12 volt for small battery charging

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Loom solar 40 watt 12 volt solar panel

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Rs. 4,000
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Luminous Solar Panel 40 Watt - 12 Volt

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Rs. 3,355
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Microtek Solar Panel 40 Watt - 12 Volt

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Rs. 3,690
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Microtek Solar Panel 50 Watt - 12 Volt

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Rs. 4,290
Rs. 2,400

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Loom solar panel 50 watt - 12 volt mono crystalline

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Rs. 4,500
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Sukam 50 Watt 12 V Solar Panel

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Rs. 4,390
Rs. 2,800

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What are solar panels?

Solar panels also are known as Photovoltaic solar panels, solar modules, solar plates or सौर ऊर्जा are made of silicon cells which convert sunlight into electricity. Thus generating clean energy free of cost for a period of 25 years. Solar panels available in the market are classified into two types: polycrystalline and monocrystalline solar panel. Solar panel price ranges from ₹25 to ₹35 per watt depending on the size of the solar power system. For example, a 1kw solar system would have 1000 watt of solar panel installed beside batteries and inverters. Another important factor that determines the price of a solar panel is the size of the solar system. Solar panel prices are measured in per watt price, the price of solar panels will go down if you buy in bulk and it depends upon efficiency of solar panel and warranty offered on it.

 

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Compare Solar Panel Price in India

Solar panel standalone is off no use, to use electricity from solar panel, it has to be connected with solar inverters and battery too if power storage required. Solar panel forms two types of solar system 1) on grid solar system and 2) off grid solar system, the price of solar system in 2018 as per MNRE benchmark cost is ₹ 60 per watt including installations and delivery cost. The price of standalone solar panels in India ranges between ₹25 - ₹35 per watt depending upon which brand of solar panel you buy, the other factor which effects price of solar panel is its efficiency, size and delivery location.

 

Here is the latest solar PV panel prices in 2018 for Indian brands from 10 watt – 335 watts.

  

Solar PV Panel Model

Selling price

Per watt price

Loom 10 watt - 12 volt solar panel

₹ 800

₹ 80

Loom 20 watt - 12 volt solar panel

₹ 1,500

₹ 75

Sukam 40 watt - 12 volt solar panel

₹ 2,300

₹ 58

Microtek 75 watt -12 volt solar panel

₹ 4,200

₹ 56

Luminous 100 watt - 12 volt solar panel

₹ 5,200

₹ 52

Microtek 150 watt -12 volt solar panel

₹ 7,600

₹ 51

Loom 180 watt - 12 volt solar panel

₹ 7,500

₹ 41

Microtek 250 watt - 24 volt solar panel

₹ 12,000

₹ 48

Luminous 325 watt - 24 volt solar panel

₹ 12,900

₹ 40

Luminous 335 watt - 24 volt solar panel

₹ 13,500

₹ 40

Loom 340 watt - 24 volt solar panel

₹ 12,000

₹ 35

1 kW Solar Panel - 24 v monocrystalline

₹ 36,000 ₹ 35

2 kW Solar Panel - 24 v monocrystalline

₹ 72,000 ₹ 35

3 kW Solar Panel - 24 v monocrystalline

₹ 1,08,000 ₹ 35

4 kW Solar Panel - 24 v monocrystalline

₹ 1,44,000 ₹ 35

5 kW Solar Panel - 24 v monocrystalline

₹ 1,80,000 ₹ 35

10 kW Solar Panel - 24 v monocrystalline

₹ 3,60,000 ₹ 35

Top 10 Best Solar Panel Companies in India

Solar panels are the bestselling solar products in India. They are the medium through which sunlight is captured which is later converted into useful electricity. Some of the leading Indian and International solar PV panel manufacturers are LuminousMicrotekSukam, Adani Solar, Vikram Solar, Waaree Energies, and Tata Power Solar.

 

However, given the high demand, a majority of solar products are imported from neighbouring countries like China. Leading Tier 1 International brands are Trina Solar, Canadian Solar and Jinko Solar

On Grid Solar System:

Brand/Manufacturer Installed Capacity (in MW)

Vikram Solar

500

Waaree Solar

500

Goldi Green Technology Pvt. Ltd.

450

Tata Power Solar System Ltd.

300

Moser Baer Solar Limited

230

XL Energy Limited

210

Solar Semiconductor

195

Emmvee Photovoltaics Pvt. Ltd.

150

Satvik

125

Panchwakra Solar

125

Off-Grid Solar System: 

Brand/Manufacturer Ranked
Loom Solar 1
Luminous 2
Microtek 3
Sukam 4
Trina Solar 5

Types of Solar Panels in India

There are two types of solar panels available in India, such as:

  1. Mono Crystalline Solar Panel
  2. Poly Crystalline Solar Panel
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Difference in Polycrystalline and Monocrystalline Solar Panels

Criteria

Mono Crystalline panels

Poly Crystalline panels

Efficiency

High efficiency 17-20%

Less efficiency 13-16 %

Design & Looks

Made of single silicon cells – all cells are black in color

Made of multiple silicon cells – looks  blueish in color

Space

Occupies less rooftop space

Takes more space

Performance

Performs better even in low light

Low efficiency in cloudy weather

Price

Expensive

Relatively low price


How do solar panel work?

  

 

In 1839, Alexandre Edmond Becquerel discovered the photovoltaic effect. Photo means "light" and voltaic means "electricity" in Latin, photovoltaic means "electricity from light". When discovered, solar panels were used to merely measure light. Solar panels became effective after the invention of the transistor. The solar panel is made of semiconductors like siliconWhen sunlight falls, electrons in the solar panel start flowing towards positive and negative terminals and generate electricity.

Efficiency of Solar Panels

Solar panel efficiency refers to the amount of sunlight converted into electricity. Under three types of solar panels technology, Mono crystalline are the best in efficiency. The mono crystalline panel has highest 19% efficiency, require less space and are more expensive compared to poly crystalline. A 100-watt poly and the mono crystalline panel would generate the same amount of electricity but the mono crystalline panel would take up lesser space as compared to the poly crystalline panel. 

  • Mono crystalline solar panels efficiency – 19%
  • Poly crystalline solar panels  efficiency– 16%

    How to Install Solar Panels 

    Solar panels should be installed by professional installers. Any mistake in installing solar panel will led to lesser efficiency and loss in power generation.

     

     

    Here is the step by step process to install solar panels in India.

     

    Step – 1: Solar Panel Installation Made Easy
    Step – 2: Assembly of Solar Panels
    Step – 3: Electrical Wiring
    Step – 4: Connection between Solar Panel and Solar Inverter
    Step – 5: Connection between Solar Inverter and Solar Battery
    Step – 6: Connection between Solar Inverter and Grid
    Step – 7: Start Solar Inverter through Solar Panel & Grid
    Step – 8: See Solar Panel Installation Video  

      Read More: How to Install Rooftop Solar Panel: 7 Step Guides with Images & Video

      Pros & Cons of Solar Panels

       top benefits of solar panels

       

      Solar panel comes with more advantage than disadvantage. Solar panels produce eco-friendly, clean and free energy for a span of 25 years, which is its greatest advantage. Solar technology has improved over the period of years and has resulted in innovations in solar panels. They have become flexible and are easily portable. Installing solar panel creates energy independence and higher savings.  However one must make sure to select the right place to install solar panel as they are dependent on sunlight. Regular maintenance should be done on solar panels to extract maximum lifespan.

      Advantages of installing a solar panel 

      • Solar panels have a Long-term lifespan
      • Solar panels produce free electricity from day one
      • Environment-friendly green energy production
      • Solar panels are flexible, customizable and portable

       

      Disadvantages of solar panels 

      • Solar panels are dependent on sunlight
      • Solar panels require a specific area for installation
      • Solar panels have maintenance costs

       

         Maintenance of Solar Panels

        Solar panels are low maintenance products, however, it is important to clean solar panels on a regular basis to clear off the dust particles that gets accumulated on the solar panels. 

        Things to Remember While Cleaning Solar Panels

        • No specific cleaning liquid required, Normal garden hose can be used to spray water on solar panels.
        • Never use hot or cold water as there are chances that solar panels might get damaged. Instead of sprinkling water using hose, you can also pour water gently over the solar panels. Use soft clothes to wipe off the excess water. Automatic sprinklers can also be fitted near to solar panels which will take care of the cleaning job.

         

          Avoid Common Mistakes People Make When Installing Solar

           Top mistakes people make when installing solar

           

          Solar panels effectively produce electricity for a period of 25 years from the day of installation. However, solar panels should be installed properly to churn out the benefits in the long run.

           

          There are 5 major common mistakes generally Solar Installers happen.

             

            1. Solar panel mounting structure should be made of GIA. The normal iron stand will not have a longer life as they are not rust-proof. So, we recommend to use GIA Stand for solar panel installation.
            2. Proper Fixing of Solar Panels is important. Solar panels laid and fixed on mounting structure so that it doesn’t tilt or sway. Solar panel mounting structure should be grounded with civil work; general civil work involves 4*4 inch foundation work. Fasteners, preferably top brand like Anchor should be used for structure fastening.
            3. Wiring of solar panel with MC4 Connector. MC4 connectors should be used for connecting solar panels, instead of connecting solar panels with tapes. MC4 connectors can be joined together manually, however, they will not unjoin unless a tool is applied, hence it ensures circuit does not breakup.
            4. 30Degree Installation of solar panels. Solar panels should be installed always at 30 degree angle to extract maximum efficiency. Angle of installation results in maximum power generation. Also, solar panels should be installing facing south-west direction.
            5. 3 Earthing stands for solar systems. Earthing protects your solar system, protects against overload, directs excess electricity to ground, voltage is stabilised and prevents mishaps 

             

            How to Buy the Solar Panel in India 

            Solar panels have become the basic needs for generating electricity. The popularity of solar energy in generating power is attributed to its improving efficiencies and reducing costs. Solar energy has gradually reached grid parity with almost all states in India and has become a convenient options for power generation in places located far from the grid.

             

            Read full article: Step by Step Guide to Buy the Best Solar Panel in India

             

            Which is the best solar energy company in India?

            One such young solar startup in India is Loom Solar headquartered in Faridabad, Delhi NCR. The company has a dynamic online and offline presence in India, and has vowed to educate people about solar energy and help consumers make more informed decisions regarding buying solar systems.

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            Solar Panels - FAQs

            Q. How Many Solar Panels Do I Need To Power My Home?

             

            Ans. Today people are going solar not only to reduce their carbon footprint, but also to save big on their electricity bills. If you decided to go solar one of the simple questions that pops up in your mind is how many solar panels do I need for my home?

             

            Yes, this is one of the most common queries that we receive from our readers - how many solar panels should I install on my rooftop? While this is a valid question, a lot of factors go into account to arrive at an answer.

             

            The number of solar panels that one requires for his house or shop or any other commercial application primarily depends upon:

             

            • The location of your establishment and the weather conditions
            • The amount of electricity that is consumed
            • The surface area of the roof and
            • The brand and efficiency of the panels that you use

             

            The first point is very important while considering a solar system. If you are located in central India where solar irradiance is higher you will require lesser number of panels when compared to a location in north India, After you have worked out your location and brand of the panels, you need to find out the number of panels that would be required to power your daily energy requirement.

             

            To know your establishment’s average energy requirement you need to have a look at your past electricity bills.

             

            Number of solar panels can be obtained by multiplying your hourly energy requirement by the peak sunlight hours and then dividing this number by the panel’s wattage.

             

            You can determine the number of peak sunlight hours of different Indian cities from the MNRE website. It is 5 hours in average in India. Delhi typically receives between 5.5 - 6 hours of peak sunlight.

             

            You can calculate the amount of energy that a panel will per hour by multiplying your hourly energy requirement by 1000 and dividing this number by peak sunlight hours.

             

            Alternatively, if you have decided not to go completely off the grid, you may calculate your daily energy requirement by multiplying the wattage of each appliance with the number of hours it runs daily and adding them all. It is better to multiply this number by 1.5 to account for all types of transmission and efficiency losses. This will give you the total amount of energy needed from the solar panels. Divide this number by peak sunlight hours to get the wattage of the panels.

             

            Q. How to Determine the Wattage of the Solar Panel to Be Used?

             

            Ans. Another question that comes to a buyer’s mind is what wattage solar panels should I use?

            If you receive 4 hours of peak sunlight and you are using a 250-watt panel, you will able to generate 30 kWh in a month (4x250x30) or 1 kWh a day.

             

            How does efficiency of a panel play a role in determining the number of panels to be used?

             

            Always remember, the efficiency of a panel is inversely proportional to its number. That means, the higher the efficiency of a panel the lesser number of panels you will require.

             

            Q. How to Determine Size of Inverters and Batteries?

             

             Ans. Typically, the size of an inverter should be at least 30% larger than total wattage of all the appliances that you are using. Batteries are needed to run appliances/ meet your power requirements when the sun goes down. To determine the size of batteries, you need to determine how many watt hours will your establishment run on batteries.

             

            For example, if your daily requirement is 5000 Wh, and you wish to run 2500 Wh on batteries. Just multiply this with 1.5 (estimated loss factor) to get the required storage capacity which in this case will be 3750 Wh k.

             

            Please note these are generalized calculations. A lot of its accuracy will depend upon the peak sunlight time. Remember that the panels will not operate at their highest efficiency constantly. Anyone staying at a location where sunlight is weak will require a larger number of panels. Moreover, different electric appliances in our homes have varying energy requirement. Switching to LED and energy efficient appliances can go a long way in reducing your electricity expense.

            Typically, the size of an inverter should be at least 30% larger than total wattage of all the appliances that you are using. Batteries are needed to run appliances/ meet your power requirements when the sun goes down. To determine the size of batteries, you need to determine how many watt hours will your establishment run on batteries.

             

            For example, if your daily requirement is 5000 Wh, and you wish to run 2500 Wh on batteries. Just multiply this with 1.5 (estimated loss factor) to get the required storage capacity which in this case will be 3750 Wh.

             

            Please note these are generalized calculations. A lot of its accuracy will depend upon the peak sunlight time. Remember that the panels will not operate at their highest efficiency constantly. Anyone staying at a location where sunlight is weak will require a larger number of panels. Moreover, different electric appliances in our homes have varying energy requirement. Switching to LED and energy efficient appliances can go a long way in reducing your electricity expense.

            Q. How do Solar Panels Work?

            Sun light that falls on solar panels is converted to electricity. This electricity from the solar panel is in direct current form and since we use the alternate current to run appliances in our home, an inverter is installed to convert this direct current to alternate current.

            Q. Does Solar Panel Work During Monsoon?

            Solar panels will produce comparatively less energy during monsoon. More sunlight better your solar panel works. Shades, clouds, and monsoon does affect the performance of solar panels. Amount of electricity is directly related to the amount of sunlight that falls on solar panels.

            Q. What is the Average Lifespan of a Solar Panel?

            Most of the solar panels come with 25 years warranty in India. However, the lifespan of a solar panel can go up to 30 years depending upon brand and quality. 

             Q. How Much Will Solar Panel Maintenance Cost?

            Cost of maintaining solar panels is near to zero (0) or few hundred rupees (100) a year.  Most solar panels have silicon cells laminated and framed which ensures long life and less maintenance. Cleaning and washing solar panels are must for the longevity and retaining efficiency.

            Q.How Much Money Will I Save with Solar Panels?

            300 watts panel will save around ₹500 per month on an average. More the number of panels more electricity you can produce and which will result in more savings. A 1 kVa on grid system can save around ₹1500 per month.

            Q. Can I go off grid with solar panels?

            Absolutely, anyone can generate own electricity with solar panels installed at their rooftop and completely disconnect from the grid. To go off grid, it is must to store power in batteries.

            Q. Can I run a fan directly from solar panels?

            Solar generates direct form of electricity, to use fan on solar, inverter is must, a Fan cannot be used directly from solar panels.

            Q. Is My Roof Suitable for Solar Panels?

            Solar panels are not laid down directly on your rooftop. Solar panels are kept on mounting structures which can be customized according to your rooftop. Yes, solar panels are suitable for any kind of rooftop if there is proper sunlight. The roof should be free of shadows.

            Q. How Much Rooftop Space Required to Install Solar Panels? 

            Installing a solar panel depends upon how many panels will be installed on a rooftop. As per rules laid down by the government of India, Installing 1 kW solar system takes 100 sq. ft. rooftop space in Installation. 

            Q. How Much Does Installation Cost of Solar Panel in India?

            The standard solar panel installation cost is between ₹10 to ₹15 per watt depending upon location, distance between panel and inverter and weather installation is off on grid solar system or off grid solar system.


            Q. Do You Want to Buy Solar Panel for Computer Center Lab?

            Generally, the computer lab has 10 desktop pc, 2 laptops, 4 fans, 2 exaust, 1 coolar, and 4 tubelight. The customers can choose 3 kW solar system from Loom Solar. 

             

            Q. How Much Does Cost of 1 kW Solar Panel in India?

            Normally, if you are searching solar panels for 1/2/3 BHK house, then 1 kW solar panels are sufficient. You can use 5 fans, 5 tubelights, 5 led bulbs, 1 Fridge, 1 TV and 1-3 Laptops/Desktops on this system. When you buy 1 kW solar panels, Loom Solar will provide 1 kW Solar Inverter (NXG 1800 VA) and 150 Ah Solar Battery (2). The price of 1 kW solar panel is around Rs. 95,000 with including installation & delivery.  

             

            Q. Where can I buy Solar Panels in India?

            There are multiple ways to buy solar panels in India, such as 1. Offline Market & 2. Online Store. Similar to other gadgets, you can buy solar energy products online from Loom Solar. Here, you can compare solar panels brands & their pricing. You can take help to choose the perfect products with solar professionals.

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