An on-grid solar power system is a grid-connected solar PV system that works with the grid. It is also known as a grid-tied solar system. In an on-grid solar system, solar panels convert sunlight into DC electricity. The DC power is then converted into alternating current (AC) power by a solar inverter. The AC power is used to run all appliances. On-grid solar systems are best suited for places with stable grid power and minimal power cuts. They are economical because they don’t require batteries and there are no recurring costs for replacing components. Peak solar power generation takes place between 9 AM and 3 PM.
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Subsidy offered by India Government for On Grid Solar Enegry System
The Indian government offers a subsidy for residential homeowners who install on-grid solar systems. The subsidy is available for systems with a capacity of up to 3 kW. The subsidy is up to ₹14,588/kW. For systems with a capacity between 3 kW and 10 kW, the subsidy is ₹14,588/kW for the first 3 kW and ₹7,294/kW for the rest of the capacity. For systems with a capacity above 10 kW, the subsidy is a fixed amount of ₹94822.
The typical home in India uses 900 kWh per month. A smaller house in a temperate region would consume around 210-kilowatt hours (kWh) per month. A larger house where air conditioners require the most energy might use 2,000 kWh or more.