SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS
Grid-Tied Solar Systems with Net Metering
This system is for an electricity consumer with an existing grid supply facility.
JF Energy (Pvt) Ltd Solar power generating facility is installed on the
client’s premises and synchronized with the grid supply.
electricity produced by The JF Energy (Pvt) Ltd Solar power generating
facility may be used during the day in the premises while the surplus
production (if any) can be fed to the national grid through The Net
Metering Facility. The number of kilowatt hours fed to the grid is
recorded via the system.
At the peak hours of consumption and
during nights the electricity from the national grid may be consumed
while at other times the consumer may rely on The JF Energy (Pvt) Ltd
Solar power generating facility and at the end of the months the
customer pays only for the kWh that in excess of what is produced the
Grid Tied Solar System installed on the premises. ( i.e:
number of kWh produced – number of kWh consumed by the consumer /
client ) Credit will be given to the consumer for the surplus
production, is in excess of consumption.
No batteries needed.
of systems can be adjusted according to client’s requirement. System
capacity can vary from 10000W to 500000W or even bigger.
Off-Grid Solar Systems
The JF Energy (Pvt) Ltd OFF GRID SYSTEMS suitable for places without an electrical grid connection.
the day electricity is generated by the system and is stored in a bank
of batteries and in the nights and other times power so stored in the
batteries may be used.
Power at 230V 50Hz AC, 12V or 24VDC can
be generated and may be used by the consumer. Many domestic appliances:
Lights, fans, television, radios, cookers, washing machines, water
pumps, irons etc can be powered by this system.
It is an ideal option for buildings in remote areas such as holiday bungalows and eco-resorts.
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AVAILABILITY OF SOLAR RESOURCE IN SRI LANKA
Lanka is a country rich in Solar Resource. This image of Sri Lanka
illustrates the Annual Global Horizontal Irradiation (GHI) in Sri
Lanka. Therefore, it is highly advantages to use solar energy for power
generation, especially in the areas marked in yellow and red.