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Solar energy is one that is available in abundant level and it is the major source of energy after conventional sources. In order to convert this energy to electrical power, we need a photo voltaic system, which is generally known as Solar PV system. This solar PV system will capture the solar energy and convert it into electrical energy. But, this solar PV system is to be designed


properly in order to capture more solar energy and convert into electrical energy. So, there is a need of Solar PV system design which is done by professionals like us. Now a days, solar power plants are increasing rapidly in capacity and for such large systems proper and optimal designing is must. We at VB Engineering provide PV system consultancy services like SPV power plant design, 3D Modeling of solar Plants, Return on Investment analysis etc., We use BLUESOL as a medium for designing SPV power plants which is having features like ROI, 3D modeling and more. PV solar power plant design requirement in INDIA is increasing day by day as more PV solar power plants are planned for installation.



Solar PV power plants are designed to maximize the plant performance and provide owners with a rapid return on investment and long plant operating life. Optimized standard concepts for each stage of the PV power plant process and a complete capability in design, engineering, and commissioning.

The array of a photovoltaic power system, or PV system, produces direct current (DC) power which fluctuates with the sunlight’s intensity. For practical use this usually requires conversion to certain desired voltages or alternating current (AC), through the use of inverters. Multiple solar cells are connected inside modules. Modules are wired together to form arrays, then tied to an inverter, which produces power at the desired voltage, and for AC, the desired frequency/phase.

Many residential PV systems are connected to the grid wherever available, especially in developed countries with large markets. In these grid-connected PV systems, use of energy storage is optional. In certain applications such as satellites, lighthouses, or in developing countries, batteries or additional power generators are often added as back-ups. Such stand-alone power systems permit operations at night and at other times of limited sunlight.