Solar DC Microgrid, Mr. Venkat Rajaraman, Cygni Energy Pvt. Ltd. Cygni’s Solar DC Microgrid is the most innovative solution for unelectrified households. This particular solution is the most efficient, being able to cater to the basic power needs of 4 households, with just one source of generation.
Villagers from Baisa village in Assam recount how Solar power has changed their lives. From saving on Kerosene to helping their children study, this technology has uplifted their lives in numerous ways.
Detailed procedure describing the steps to be followed to restart the system when all indicator LEDs start blinking together, indicating that the system has gone into short-circuit mode. Reset code is – *123#
The DC microgrid is the future of power distribution. With the rural population demanding more access to electricity, this is the most efficient and feasible option. In this article, we discuss the major advantages of it. Cost Since setting up of a grid-connected sub-system is pretty costly for a remote location – it involves heavy equipment […]
A DC Microgrid is a localized group of electricity sources and loads that normally operates on ‘island mode’ and disconnected from the centralized electrical grid in the mainland. Its main advantage is that it can function independently. In this way, a microgrid can effectively integrate various sources of distributed generation, especially Renewable Energy Sources (RES), and can supply emergency reserve power by […]
NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Feb 12 – North Lakhimpur will become the second town in the country after Bihar’s Sasaram to have a unique electric power supply dc microgrid system to beat the load shedding and reduce energy consumption. This is due to an innovative mission called Project UDC which aims at providing DC power supply to […]
In the industrialized world, the power grid is so reliable that we take it for granted. But in India, where blackouts are a sad fact of daily life, being connected to the grid is no guarantee of reliable electricity. In a 2015 study of villages in six Indian states [PDF], for example, the vast majority […]