Convent of Jesus & Mary become first school in New Delhi operating one entire School Building using Solar Power.

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Convent of Jesus & Mary School, New Delhi successfully completed the installation of a 10.5 KW Solar PV Power Plant. The system installed, is a Hybrid Solar PV System in which Solar power and Batteries are used as the Ist & IInd priority power and Grid is being present as the IIIrd priority optional source of power to school.

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This plant provides independent power to one entire school building using just Solar Power. Since the battery bank is design to provide a back-up of up to 6 hours the System has currently not consumed power from the Grid even once. The School is off-setting their 100% electricity bills for this entire building block. Schools being the primary source for providing learning and character to their children; CJM School has not just promoted renewable energy but has also made it use well understood to its students.

In this system Asun Solar has provided AAA rated highly efficient Solar Panels by Canadian Solar & have commissioned the project within 15 days with their expert rooftop EPC team ensuring high performing safety, equipment & output levels. After a month of installation the generation from the plant is quiet significant and fulfilling the need of the school even at the maximum peck levels. The system was inaugurated by Mrs. Leena Srivastava & Dr. B.C Sabat. Senior Scientific Officer, Dept. of Environment, Govt. of Delhi, in the presence of Sr. Janet, Principal, CJM. They have provided testimony to the Asun EPC team with a high honor off dedication towards work, integrity and immense potential for Designing & Executing the Solar PV Power Project.

SYSTEM DETAILS:-
System Size:                                 10.5 kWp
Solar Panels:                                230w/p X 45 Panels
Solar Batteries:                           2600AH
Area Use:                                      80 Sq Mts.
Date of Commissioning:          5th April, 2014.
Generation:                                  1298 Electrical Units/Month.

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