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Solar energy for BTS sites in Bhubaneswar in the state of Orissa | Asia Pacific

Solar energy for BTS sites in Bhubaneswar in the state of Orissa

The Temple City of India has received a new source of solar energy for telecommunication purpose. Emmvee Photovoltaic Power Private Limited has recently installed a unit of renewable hybrid, a combination of solar and wind power to boost the BTS Sites of BSNL. Emmvee won a tender with an ingenious solution, combining the best of two worlds: solar power and wind energy. The combination of both energy sources guarantees power even if one source is temporarily not available, for example at night time, when there is no sun.
There are some 40 Emmvee modules, with a capacity of 10 kWp with an additional wind generated 5.1 kW. That is ample power to run the applications of the telecom provider. The plant was commissioned on 29th September 2011and is operating successfully. The installation runs AEG inverters.
It is another step to a reliable, yet environmentally friendly energy policy of the State of Orissa.
The remarkable feature of the installed modules is the usage of structured glass. The so called Albarino P catches more light and utilizes a light trap, thus increasing the yield by at least three per cent. The company with headquarters in Bengaluru was the first to use this kind of glass. A number of MW installations all over the world shows: it pays off. Emmvee also relies on German components in order to ensure long lasting maximum efficiency and yield. "In a photovoltaic module every detail counts.
We have always relied on components from renowned companies with a track record of quality," says D. V. Manjunatha, founder and managing director of Emmvee.
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Posted by Gloria Llopis | 2011-11-16