DyMechen Energies (India) Pvt Ltd is a fully integrated and comprehensive EPC solutions provider. We Undertake every type of Solar Projects including Rooftop based, Ground Mounted based and Canal based Projects with very competitive Prices and with best Quality Makes of Materials in Integrated mode which are approved by MNRE as well as Certified by Nodal Agencies of particular States.
Since 2017, DyMechen Energies have undertaken around 36* rooftop solar projects at over 30 sites, and continuously ranks amongst the top three Rooftop Installers in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana . Our projects spread across India and our wide-ranged EPC experience in building solar plants in difficult terrains, high altitudes, and coastal areas is testimony to our prowess in the domain.
Our involvement ranges from concept, engineering, execution and commissioning, to operations and maintenance of completed solar array systems. Our dedicated teams work in strong cohesion to deliver customized solutions to our customers keeping a delivery focussed approach and excellence as the crux of our initiative.
We at DyMechen are very dedicated to serve the people who want to switch for the Solar Rooftop Solutions for their Residences, Industries, Schools, Govt Buildings, NGOs etc ate very affordable prices to compete the growing demand of renewable energy in which even the government of India is supporting the 39th Solar Mission which focuses on Clean and Green energy and providing several Subsidy packages depending upon the state Nodal Agencies to promote the campaign ahead.
The highly skilled and dedicated EPC Team at our DyMechen ensures the completion of each solar plant from concept to commissioning including its operation and maintenance for the complete lifespan of the plant. We provide Complete Solutions with the Installation and Commissioning of Rooftop as well as Ground Mounting Systems all over the World in different Models which suits the ability and credibility of the clients with or without funding proceedings. DyMechen has executed a total of 85+ MW I&C, 20+ MW EPC, and 300+MW O&M till date and many more in pipeline…
With this we are also into the production of Solar MW Scale Parks which will help all the companies as well as Government to save Costing from Solar keeping Hydel and Nuclear powers apart from it.
SOLAR OFF GRID SYSTEMS
An off-grid system is not connected to the electricity grid and therefore requires battery storage. An off-grid solar system must be designed appropriately so that it will generate enough power throughout the year and have enough battery capacity to meet the home’s requirements, even in the depths of winter when there is less sunlight. The high cost of batteries and inverters means off-grid systems are much more expensive than on-grid systems and so are usually only needed in more remote areas that are far from any electricity grid. However battery costs are reducing rapidly, so there is now a growing market for off-grid solar battery systems even in cities and towns. This systems are mostly used in rural areas where electricity is not available for the most of the time.
SOLAR ON GRID SYSTEMS
On-grid or grid-tie solar systems are by far the most common and widely used by homes and businesses. These systems are connected to the public electricity grid and do not require battery storage. Any solar power that you generate from an on-grid system (which is not used directly in your home) is exported onto the electricity grid and you usually get paid a feed-in-tariff (FiT) for the energy you export.
In an on-grid system, this is what happens after electricity reaches the switchboard:
The meter. Excess solar energy runs through the meter, which calculates how much power you are either exporting or importing (purchasing).
Metering systems work differently in many states and countries around the world. In this description I am assuming that the meter is only measuring the electricity being exported to the grid, as is the case in most of Australia. In some states, meters measure all solar electricity produced by your system, and therefore your electricity will run through your meter before reaching the switchboard and not after it. In some areas (currently in California), the meter measures both production and export, and the consumer is charged (or credited) for net electricity used over a month or year period. I will explain more about metering in a later blog.
The electricity grid. Electricity that is sent to the grid from your solar system can then be used by other consumers on the grid (your neighbours). When your solar system is not operating, or you are using more electricity than your system is producing, you will start importing or consuming electricity from the grid.
SOLAR HYBRID SYSTEMS
Modern hybrid systems combine solar and battery storage in one and are now available in many different forms and configurations. Due to the decreasing cost of battery storage, systems that are already connected to the electricity grid can start taking advantage of battery storage as well. This means being able to store solar energy that is generated during the day and using it at night. When the stored energy is depleted, the grid is there as a back up, allowing consumers to have the best of both worlds. Hybrid systems are also able to charge the batteries using cheap off-peak electricity (usually after midnight to 6am).