Solar panels are the stars of the residential solar system, gleaming on the rooftop as they tell the world, or at least the neighbourhood, that this homeowner cares enough about the environment to ease the household’s carbon footprint while smartly lowering electric bills.

Panels get the glory, but like every star, they wouldn’t be where they are without the supporting cast. In this case, that supporting cast is the critical infrastructure made up of inverters, racking and monitoring systems. These essential parts of your solar power system help make the power usable, connect your system to the roof and let you know how well your system is functioning.

Rooftop Solar Power System

A solar panel is comprised of multiple PV (photovoltaic) cells that convert sunshine to electricity. Two types of PV Panels are there – while one comprise of “Polycrystalline Cells”, the other one contains “Monocrystalline Cells”. Polycrystalline cells are effectively a slice cut from a block of silicon, consisting of a large number of crystals. They have a speckled reflective appearance and are very thick. They are less expensive to produce and more suited for Indian conditions. Monocrystalline cells are cut from a single crystal of silicon- they are effectively a slice from a crystal. In appearance, they have a smooth texture and you will be able to see the thickness of the slice. These are slightly expensive to produce. Based on the area available for solar installation, the required capacity of solar panels can be calculated.


  • Transform high electricity bill into a money-making opportunity.
  • RELIABLE ENERGY as it has a minimum of 5-year output warranty, low maintenance system.
  •  A huge step towards ensuring clean breathing air for your daughters and sons. 1kW ~ planting 154 Trees, saving 20 Tons CO2
  •  Get your investment back in 3-4 years and free electricity thereafter.