RE­LIANT ON IM­PORTS

Sunday Express - - SUNDAY STORY -

The state is still lag­ging be­hind when it comes to tech­no­log­i­cal ad­vance­ments as most com­po­nents are im­ported. This is also the case with so­lar in­vert­ers. These de­vices are in­te­gral to a so­lar en­ergy sys­tem as it coverts cur­rent gen­er­ated by a so­lar panel to a suit­able volt­age so that it can be fed into the main grid. “The im­ported in­vert­ers are not equipped to syn­chro­nize with the elec­tric­ity volt­age. The fluc­tu­a­tions of these in­vert­ers were 225-235V whereas the elec­tric­ity volt­age fluc­tu­a­tions are 190-260V,” added Raghu­nathan KE, founder of Solkar So­lar In­dus­try Ltd

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