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Solar Power

Description and Application

This Solar Power is three phase Grid - tie Transformer less system. The Solar energy is converted to Electrical energy through solar inverter. These inverters convert the DC input supplied from roof mounted photovoltaic (PV) modules Array into three phase AC output.  

This power is utilized directly to our industrial load ( For us it is used for cable manufacturing plant)  in day time, thus saving of electrical energy consumption of GRID and can be export to GRID when our plant have low consumption than rated capacity of solar. In night time we import power from GRID to meet the load. Therefore it is called Grid- tie for import & export the power.


IEC 61215 (crystalline silicon performance), 61646 (thin film performance) and 61730 (all modules, safety)

ISO 9488 Solar energy—Vocabulary.

UL 1703 from Underwriters Laboratories

UL 1741 from Underwriters Laboratories

UL 2703 from Underwriters Laboratories

CE mark

Electrical Safety Tester (EST) Series (EST-460, EST-22V, EST-22H, EST-110).

Technical Details

Location : New Copper cable Plant

Total output Power

576 KW

Total Modules


1800 nos

Total Inverters

50 KW

9 nos

Location : Gupta Power Infrastructure Ltd – Unit -2

Total output Power

428.8 KW

Total Modules


1340 nos

Total Inverters

50 KW

6 nos


2 nos


Huge electrical power saving thus reduces in electrical energy bill and helps the nation to keep environment pollution free.

Gupta Power Solar PV projects are environment friendly and help in reducing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions that would have otherwise occurred due to the fossil fuel based power generation. If the Solar PV plant starts injecting electricity in the grid, it can help to displace equal amount of electricity that would have otherwise been generated from the GHG intensive grid (Most of the power grid have electricity from coal based power plants).  Hence GPIL solar projects are also eligible to earn carbon credits under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).

CDM – It is an arrangement under the Kyoto Protocol allowing industrialized countries with a GHG emission reduction targets to invest in projects that reduce emissions in developing countries as an alternative to more expensive emission reductions in their own countries.  Such projects can earn Carbon Credits in the form of GHG emission reductions (One carbon credit is equivalent to one ton of carbon dioxide). 

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