Solar Power Plants

IB has developed a range of standard PV Systems for on-grid and off-grid applications. The components are best chosen to ensure reaching the highest qualitative performance of the system with very stringent quality checks. Additional to our standard portfolio, our team of experienced engineers can develop PV systems based upon your specific requirements both for on-grid and off-grid applications either roof-top or free-field installations.

Whether you are a company interested in a captive solar power plant for your needs or a power producer looking to scale up solar power in your portfolio, IB Solar can design a fully integrated and customized solar power plant project for you. We have the prowess to manage solar energy projects of such scale and the much-needed know-how to work within the confines of regulatory policies or the geography constraints.

We have a wealth of experience in managing utility scale projects with insight into what it takes to work within the demands of regulatory policies and varying geographies, both in urban and rural areas.

Services Offered

  • Site survey
  • System Designing
  • Preparation of D.P.R
  • Supply, Installation & Testing of Power Plant.
  • Supply of Solar Panels/ Invertors/ Batteries/ Module Mounting Structure.
  • After Installation services of the systems installed

The possibilities of Power Plants are :

A) Off-Grid & Decentralized Solar Power Plant:

Off-grid solar energy systems convert sunlight into electricity without connecting to local utility grids. They are ideal for areas without public grid access. In some cases, off-grid solar energy systems include storage solutions such as batteries or flywheel energy storage,

which allow excess electricity to be saved for future use.The main components of off-grid systems include solar panels, con-inverters, and batteries.

An off-grid solar energy system can be used as a mobile or back-up power supply for homes, medical clinics, telecommunications stations, meteorological stations, and forest fire stations, especially those located in areas without public

utility grids, such as a remote islands and mountainous regions. In these cases, off-grid solar energy systems replace conventional power generation solutions such as a diesel generators.

Equipment for Off-Grid Solar Systems

There are a few key differences between the equipment needed for grid-tied, off-grid and hybrid solar systems.

Typical off-grid solar systems require the following extra components:

  • Solar Charge Controller
  • Battery Bank
  • DC Disconnect (additional)
  • Off-Grid Inverter
  • Backup Generator (optional)

B) Grid Connected Solar Plants:

Large scale PV plants are used for electricity generation that is fed into the grid. Such systems typically consist of one or more photovoltaic (PV) panels, a DC/AC power converter/inverter, racks, mounting fixtures, and electrical interconnections. Additionally, such systems could also include maximum power point trackers (MPPT), battery systems and chargers, solar trackers, software for energy management, solar concentrators etc. The electricity generated is either stored, used directly for self-consumption, or is fed into large electricity grids.

Grid connected projects may be either i) Ground Mounted PV or ii) Rooftop PV

Equipment for Grid-Tied Solar Systems

  • Grid-Tie Inverter (GTI) or Micro-Inverters
  • Power Meter

C) Hybrid Solar Power Plants:

Hybrid solar systems combines the best from grid-tied and off-grid solar systems. These systems can either be described as off-grid solar with utility backup power, or grid-tied solar with extra battery storage. SOLAR POWER IS USED AS PRIMARY SOURCE OF POWER but IN CASE OF LOW SUN RADIATION OR IN CLOUDY DAYS ,

WHEN SOLAR CHARGING IS LESS , BATTERIES ARE BEING CHARGED THROUGH A.C. MAINS . The additional benefit of HYBRID system is that being cost effective ( since the battery bank size shall be less by almost 40 % ) . it provides reliable power even in the adverse weather conditions, seasonally low radiations or unpredictable increased demand of Power.

Equipment for Hybrid Solar Systems

Typical hybrid solar systems are based on the following additional components:

  • Charge Controller
  • Battery Bank
  • DC Disconnect (additional)
  • Battery-Based Grid-Tie Inverter
  • Power Meter