FAQ
The decision to buy or lease your solar energy system depends on your reasons for going solar. If you are interested in maximizing the financial returns of your solar energy system, buying the system is probably a better decision for you. However, if you prioritize an easy, maintenance-free way to reduce your energy bills and help the environment, you should consider a solar lease.
Solar loans and solar leases each have advantages and disadvantages. Both options reduce your monthly electricity bills and your impact on the environment, but the terms and conditions of each type of agreement are different. Our in-house team of experts will help you in identifying the best option to go based upon your inputs.
OPEX model is also known as third-party ownership, where the consumers only provide the premises for the installation of solar plant, whereas the plant is owned and operated by the installer companies or the investors/ financial institution. Consumer pays monthly consumption charges at a discount of existing electricity bills for an agreed period.
In CAPEX model, the entire investment comes from the power consumer, consumer generally hire a solar EPC company who provide turnkey installation of entire solar power system and hand over assets to consumers. EPC also do annual operation and maintained (O&M) of plant on mutually agreed cost per annum.
Unlike a solar EPC or CAPEX proposition, wherein the consumer owns the system and invests upfront, the RESCO model is a zero-investment model in which the consumer pays only for the electricity generated, while the solar plant is owned by the RESCO developer.

Different types of solar mounting structures available in the market. Selection depends upon the need of the place which is well taken care by our expert team to assist in terms of the economic viability with optimum space utilization.

Some of them are:

  • Flat Roofs
  • Trapezoidal Sheet Metal
  • Standing/ Round Seam Roof
  • Ground Mounted Systems

A rooftop solar PV system can be configured in different ways depending on the requirement.

  • Battery based rooftop solar PV system
  • Grid tie rooftop solar PV system
  • Hybrid rooftop solar PV system
Yes, it is possible. Various state governments have their own solar policies for rooftop clients and a metering mechanism, which helps you to sell the power back to the grid.
Net-Metering helps you in selling the solar power back into the grid after self-consumption. Here the consumer should use the solar power generated and if there is any excess solar power after self-consumption, you are free to export the power. Based on the tariff fixed in state policy, you get payment from the DISCOM.
Gross-Metering allows you to export all the solar power generated from the system, without any self-consumption. Again, based on the tariff fixed in state policy, you get payment from the DISCOM for the units you are exported.