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Most of the solar developers recommend installing an on-grid solar system and invest in a backup DG if required. Nevertheless, in the case of remote areas where the grid is unavailable or unreliable, the off-grid system might seem an appropriate alternative.
On-grid system is one in which the solar power system is connected to the utility's power grid while being off-grid means the system works independently and the consumer is not connected to the utility's power system.
The main difference between the two technologies is the type of silicon solar cell used. Monocrystalline solar panels have solar cells made from a single silicon crystal. On the other hand, Polycrystalline solar panels have solar cells made of many pieces of silicon melted together.
Your household’s average power requirement can be calculated from your past utility bills. To calculate the number of solar panels needed, you must multiply your hourly energy consumption by the peak sunlight hours in your region. Divide the result by a panel’s wattage.
On an average sunny day, a 1-kilowatt solar panel will generate about 4 kWh of electricity per day. So we can say that a solar panel produces about 133 units of electricity per day, or 40 units of electricity per month, or 480 units of energy per year.
1kW Ongrid solar system price in india is approximately between Rs. 42000 - Rs. 60000
The warranty typically covers the cost of replacing the faulty or damaged panel with a new working one. Most equipment warranties of solar panels last between 10-15 years but some premium panels have warranties for upto 25 years.

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