Solar Panels, undoubtedly, produce 100% green energy but with a limitation that they one produce electricity when sun is shining and the electricity generation comes down faster when sun moves to west and becomes zero at night.
Saatvik has come out with a unique proposition of storing the electricity produced by solar panels during the day to use it when it is required – Solar Electricity Storage System. The electricity produced in the day is stored in Lithium-ion or Lead Acid batteries through a well engineering electricity storage system. The system charges the batteries placed in a Electricity Storage Unit which can be used later when it is needed
So, storage can increase system efficiency and resilience, and it can improve power quality by matching supply and demand.
Storage facilities differ in both energy capacity, which is the total amount of energy that can be stored (usually in kilowatt-hours or megawatt-hours), and power capacity, which is the amount of energy that can be released at a given time (usually in kilowatts or megawatts). Different energy and power capacities of storage can be used to manage different tasks. Short-term storage that lasts just a few minutes will ensure a solar plant operates smoothly during output fluctuations on account of weather conditions, while longer-term storage can help provide supply over days or weeks when solar energy production is low or during a major weather event
Sun Shine Energy
6/383, Basement, Vidyadhar Nagar, Jaipur - 302023
One indig technologies Pvt Ltd.
C-34, 2 Floor, DDA Sheds, Okhla Phase- 1, New Delhi - 110020
No. 1539, Ground Floor 26th Main, 26th Cross Road Sector 2, HSR Layout Opposite Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Vidyalya, Near Siddhartha Mantapa, Bengaluru, Karnataka - 560102
17, Pelican Industrial Estate, Road No-5 Kathwada, Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, Gujarat - 382430
Augusta Point, Unit-19, First Floor, Golf Course Rd, Sector 53, Gurugram, Haryana - 122002
Ashoka Rice Mills, Industrial Area, 1, Sirsa, Haryana - 125055