A resident of Bengal? Well, install solar panels at home to meet a portion of your power requirement for running home appliances or running ACs and sell the rest to your local power distributor—CESC or West Bengal State Electricity Distribution Company (WBSEDCL)—at a whopping premium of Rs 12.5 per unit. And if you are into running institutions like hospitals or hotels, or are in charge of maintaining large complexes like office buildings or even residential complexes in West Bengal, you can save on electricity bills as well as make some money by pushing the extra power to the local grid.
Dr. Sandipan Sankar Guha, a resident of Kantapukur Lane, says, "I searched online about grid connected solar system for home. My monthly electricity is coming about Rs. 25,000, because I have already 5 kW Off Grid Solar System for power backup and I am running 3 ACs. I was searching Grid Connected (On grid) solution to reduce electricity bill. I want to tell you, there is very complex process of Net Metering. I talked West Bengal DISCOM Company, they told me that you must have 3 phase 5 kW sanctioned load. Then I was searching any grid tied solar solution who will run without net meter. I found out about Loom Solar and contacted them. After I purchased 3 kW Solar AC Module from them, the Loom Solar started the necessary site survey, designing, and installation work after product delivery."
Rajib Mandal, Authorized Partner of Bardhaman, West Bengal’s engineer visited my place and survey properly. They properly explain everything before executing any operation work. Because I have already off grid solar system. Finally, they have installed 3 kW Loom Solar AC module at my home. I am highly satisfied with their quality works, finishing and behavior. I recommend, If you are in West Bengal location, you should contact to Loom Solar.