Turnkey Solar EPC Solution

Solar Power Plant Development We combine technological acumen with managerial skills and forge experience with innovation, analysis and judgment to provide optimal value to all our customers. Before selecting the system uprights, the team undertakes a comprehensive analysis of site-specific weather and soil conditions. Our expert team of engineers carefully monitor the implementation of PV project, co-ordinating all construction phases and controlling the quality of installation work. The Projects are manned by well-trained, experienced and qualified technical personnel who follow industry’s best practices to ensure best-in-class project quality. With our qualified engineering and construction teams, we strive to leverage our technical experience and industry know-how to develop the most cost-effective and energy efficient PV solar plants in the industry. Consequently, solar power plants become more efficient and reliable offering secured long-term profits. We provide complete end-to-end solutions including complete Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) services and Project Development for our customers seeking to build solar power plants in India and beyond.
Over 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year, we work to improve plants performance and maximize its return. Our engineering service aims to maximize the system efficiency.
Solar Farm Development (MW Scale): We supply our customer’s all-in-one service that includes

  • Consultancy Assistance
  • Feasibility Study
  • Technical Site Assessment/Survey
  • Project Planning & Technology selection
  • Detailed System Designing
  • Detailed Project Report
  • Complete Engineering, Procurement and Commissioning (EPC) for Project
  • Liaisoning & Clearances (PPA and REC)
  • Infrastructure Development
  • Power Evacuation
  • Complete Safety Measures and Quality Operational checks
  • Operation & Maintenance
  • Monitoring
Our Project Planning & Conceptualization: Bareja Solar initiates the process by conducting a thorough site analysis including various aspects such as availability of existing earthing and electrical infrastructure, natural conditions such as temperature & solar irradiation and soil evaluation. Our experience in having dealt with a range of different types of modules, inverters, mounting structures, cables and even monitoring systems in varying Indian operational conditions holds us in good stead to choose the equipment and suppliers that will provide the maximum return on our customer’s financial investment. Our team experts being one of the finest system integrators in India – we leverage our strong existing relationships with various suppliers to source components at highly competitive rates while our vendor-neutral approach aides us in choosing the most appropriate components based on individual site, quality and cost factors. The various components including the choice and type of modules, inverters and mounting systems are selected after a complete technical and economic evaluation of the project resulting in the final approval design of the plant.

Our Project Implementation & Construction: Bareja Solar strives to ensure timely and professional execution of its projects. Project managers oversee all activities ranging from logistical, technical, land procurement and safety issues. Preparation of appropriate documentation with the required on site approvals ensure coordinated construction without external interruptions. Adequate quality control procedures ensure the ability of our projects to deliver highest generation levels and minimize future maintenance problems. Our extensive proficiency gathered with experience in various regions of India has boosted our operational capabilities in areas ranging from soil levelling to power evacuations. Our competent and experienced project management team ensures our projects have very low gestation periods and are installed at record setting time-periods without any compromise in quality. We also ensure seamless completion of commissioning formalities including facilitating all government registrations and approvals.

Team members Solar EPC Experience: 200 Mw plus

Village/Rural Electrification, Solar Mini-grid & Solar Micro-grid

Villages can now have access to electricity by investing in their own mini-grid power plant. The size of a solar mini-grid depends upon the number of solar panels and wattage comprising the solar array. The requirement and size of a mini-grid is calculated by adding the power needs of individual homes in the village that will be connected together.
A typical solar mini-grid can range from 100 KW to several megawatts. A typical rural house requires approximately 8-10 units/day of electricity and so, for a village of 100 homes, a 200 KW mini-grid is sufficient.
  • Every solar PV panel connected in the array generates electricity by converting solar radiation into electrical energy. All PV panels are connected in a particular order of parallel and series combinations to provide the required voltage. The electricity generated from the array of panels is transmitted to a central controller called the Power Conditioning Unit (PCU), which is, in simple terms, a large power inverter. The PCU is connected to the Distribution Box (DB) on one hand and the battery bank on the other.
  • The PCU controls, regulates and directs the electrical energy transmitted from the array, and supplies electricity directly to homes, shops, offices, street lights etc.
  • During the day if the power generated is not used or surplus power is generated, the PCU directs this to the battery bank which stores power. This power can then be used at night (after the sun sets). The mini-grid and battery bank are connected to a computer for local power usage monitoring. With the addition of a modem, this information can be accessed from a remote location, eliminating the need for local manpower to monitor the system.

Solar Street lighting System

Operational details about our Solar Street lighting System
  • This will provide an uninterrupted power supply through solar during dusk to dawn,
  • Solar panel with charge the battery in the sunshine hours
  • As soon as the charge controller senses no charging state of the battery from solar panel for 30 minutes it turns on the LED light.
  • The LED light takes the load from battery. It functions from dusk to dawn.
Advantages of Solar Street Light:-
  • Highly Reliable stand alone system
  • Long Life LED Light Source (15 to 25+ years)
  • Low Maintenance , Long life sealed Battery of 12V,40 to 100 AH
  • Easy to Install and Maintain
  • Mounting Pole with Top Mounting battery box
  • Zero electricity running cost for solar based lights
Features of Solar Street Light:-
  • IP 65 whether proof enclosure
  • Fully temperature conduction design
  • Overcharge Protection system
  • Attractive Shape and design
  • Good heat dissipation in circuit
  • Water proof masking PCB to avoid moisture and corrosion

Solar Irrigation/Water pumping

During the past 10 years diesel prices have increased by 20% in average, electricity prices are also moving on an upward graph. A solar water pump has a mini power house at its heart and consists of a calibrated and matching solar array of modules – tuned with the equivalent power of pump for that particular application. The solar water pumping system is capable of running all types of electrical water pumps with applications varying from irrigation to household demands. Irrigation pumps such as submersible, surface or deep well can also be coupled with drip irrigation systems to enhance the returns from this configuration. A typical solar water pumping system is known by the sum total of solar array size that is required to run the attached pump. A 1000 Wp solar water pump is capable of drawing and pumping approximately 40,000 litres of water per day from a source that is up to 10 meters deep. This is sufficient to irrigate about 2 acres of land with regular crops. A 1000 Wp solar water pump helps save up to Rs 45,000 when compared to equivalent use of a diesel-operated pump over a year.
  • Each solar array has a number of solar modules connected in parallel or series. Every solar PV panel generates current by converting solar radiation to electrical energy.
  • The electrical energy from the entire array is controlled, tuned and directed by the inbuilt controller in DC pumps or through the Variable Frequency Driver (VFD) and enables the connected pump (may be submersible or surface) to draw water and feed the delivery pipelines.
  • The water thus drawn from ponds, rivers, bore wells or other sources by a solar water pump is pumped to supply water as required. It can be stored in tanks from where it is later channelled to fields or the supply from the pump may be coupled with drip irrigation systems to provide optimised water to fields directly.