Solar Panel Systems for homes, businesses and industries
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Injection to the Power Grid
Generate renewable energy and then feed it into the existing power grid.
Microgrid / Hybrid System
Combines different energy sources to provide energy to a community or facility, with greater flexibility and energy autonomy.
Offgrid / Insulated System
Off-grid power generation for remote and difficult to access locations, allowing independence and autonomy.
Fuel Saving System
It combines solar panels and batteries to power an electric plant, reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
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Solar panels are a great way to save money on your energy bill and contribute to a greener future.
Design and Installation
We design and install solar panel systems that adapt to the specific needs of each client.
We work with the latest technologies to ensure that your system operates efficiently and safely.
With our advice you will be investing in your future and contributing to a more sustainable environment.
Solar Energy for all
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Injection to Power Grid
A grid-connected photovoltaic system is composed of solar panels that produce direct current (DC), which is converted to alternating current (AC) by a solar inverter.
When the solar energy generated is greater than required, the surplus will be passed to the public electricity grid system (Edes) and will be registered (discounted) by the bidirectional energy meter.
At times when the photovoltaic solar production does not reach the projected energy (rain, sunrise, night, etc.) then the public electricity grid will be used.
System Microgrid / Hybrid
A Microgrid (Hybrid) System is a decentralized electrical grid, composed of several energy sources that work autonomously from the main grid.
The objective of a microgrid is to achieve an efficient, secure and sustainable electricity supply, especially in rural areas. A microgrid combines the use of solar energy with at least 2 of the following sources:
- Public network
- Power plant
- Wind energy
- Micro hydroelectric, etc.
System Offgrid / Insulated
An Off-Grid (Isolated) System is a photovoltaic installation independent of the Public Electricity Grid, since its only source of energy is solar radiation.
Therefore, it is the best solution to supply energy in remote locations in a sustainable way.
Operation and installation are simple and require little maintenance.
We can supply energy to mountainous, rural, agricultural, industrial areas and any population with difficult access to the grid.
System Fuel Saving
The Photovoltaic Fuel saving system consists of using solar energy alternating it with the existing electric plant, representing a great saving in fuel costs, taking advantage of the photovoltaic energy during the day and with the possibility of injecting it to the network in the moments when public energy is available (no blackouts).
What is a Solar Panel?
These are devices that convert sunlight into electrical energy. They are composed of photovoltaic cells, which are semiconductor materials that produce electricity when exposed to light.
Types of Solar Panels
- Monocrystalline solar panels are made of a single crystal of pure silicon and are the most efficient at converting sunlight into electricity. However, they are more expensive than other types of solar panels.
- Polycrystalline solar panels are made of several silicon crystals and are less efficient than monocrystalline panels. But they are cheaper and have greater durability.
- Hybrid solar panels are made of a combination of monocrystalline and polycrystalline cells and offer intermediate efficiency.
- Air solar panels: use a series of ducts and fans to cool the solar cells and improve their efficiency. They are more efficient than other types of solar panels, but they are also more expensive.
Advantages of Solar Photovoltaic Systems
- Energy savings: solar panels reduce dependence on electricity from non-renewable sources, which can result in significant savings on electricity bills.
- Renewable energy source: solar panels use sunlight as an energy source, which means that they do not emit greenhouse gases or generate toxic waste.
- Easy installation: solar panels are relatively easy to install and do not require regular maintenance.
More advantages of Solar Panels
With electricity costs rising, it’s no surprise that thousands of homeowners and business owners are turning to solar PV. An energy system that helps control costs and will in turn increase the efficiency of the energy it receives.
Solar energy can prevent power outages in critical situations that demand continuous power.
Most solar panels are guaranteed by manufacturers to produce power for 25 years and can be kept generating beyond that time interval.
Many users emphasize their independence from the public grid (edes) as the main motivation for adopting solar PV technology.
Solar panels will be added gradually to increase the available energy.
No fuel cost
Since no fuel source is required, there are no costs associated with fuel acquisition, storage or transportation.
Noise pollution reduction
Photovoltaic systems operate silently and with minimal movement.
Photovoltaic systems do not use fossil fuels and are very safe when properly designed and installed.
Low maintenance cost
Since PV systems only require periodic inspections and occasional maintenance, these costs are usually lower than with conventional fuel-fired systems.
Small, decentralized generating stations reduce the likelihood of grid outages.
Main Benefits of Solar Panels
Attractive Investment Returns
Investing in solar projects is a profitable opportunity for your company, with a rate of return of less than 3.5 years.
Remember that these systems tend to last more than 25 years without the need to re-invest or change components and equipment, therefore, after the project is paid for, the benefit is infinite since the input, in this case the sun, is free.
Low Operating and Maintenance Cost
So that you do not have to worry, Raas Solar offers an operation and maintenance program to preserve the life of the system and the validity of the equipment warranties (panels, inverters, concentration boxes, disconnection boxes, monitoring system, etc.). The first year the cost is free of charge as a way to guarantee the proper functioning of the system.
Easy to Install
Since the installation on roofs, there is no need to interrupt the production of the factory or industry to install this system. The coordination from the solar power input and the grid power is controlled by the inverters, allowing a harmonic and automatic connection.
Why use of the ceilings?
The use of roofs to generate electricity is a better alternative for two fundamental reasons:
- The roofs have no other use and with a photovoltaic solar system they become profitable surfaces, so all companies can be transformed into electricity generators regardless of their industry.
- We bring energy generation to the point of consumption, reducing transmission losses that exist in traditional energy systems and saving the country’s economy.
RAAS SOLAR promotes the installation of solar energy systems in establishments such as shopping centers, industrial plants, hospitals, hotels, supermarkets, restaurants, homes, and in general any type of property or building on whose roofs there is a desire to obtain a source of profitability.
In addition, installing solar modules on the roofs of a building offers other advantages, such as:
- The panels absorb the sun’s rays, reducing the internal temperature of the facilities, thus producing collateral savings in the air conditioning system, as well as improving the comfort of the working personnel.
- Improves the aesthetics and increases the value of the property or real estate.
- Increases the useful life of existing roofs.
The system does not produce any type of noise, it is totally silent, having advantages for the establishments and/or houses near the system. This represents a clear advantage over engine generators in isolated dwellings and does not affect residential or business dwellings.
Solar panels have different integration possibilities, which makes them an easy element to integrate and harmonize in different types of structures, minimizing their visual impact. In addition, as they are stand-alone systems, the landscape is not disturbed by poles and power lines.
Photovoltaic cells are made from silicon, which is derived from sand. This element is very abundant in nature. This means that in the production of solar modules there are no significant structural and/or topographic variations in the terrain. The sun’s energy is abundant and inexhaustible.
Electricity generated directly from sunlight does not require any type of combustion, therefore no thermal pollution or CO2 emissions are generated.
|Panel Solar||Monocristalinos||Policristalinos||Híbridos||De aire|
Generation of kW per mt2 (Approximate)
The table shows the approximate number of solar panels needed for different square meters, as well as the number of appliances that can be connected, the expected time of use and the kilowatt-hour (kW) generation.
Note that this may vary depending on the efficiency of the solar panels and the intended use of the electricity generated. It is important to assess the specific energy needs and
seeking advice to determine the
to determine the appropriate number of solar panels and the number of appliances that can be connected for your home or business.
|Metros cuadrados||Número de paneles solares||Electrodomésticos conectados||Tiempo de uso||Generación de kW|
|50||2-3||1-2||6-8 horas/día||0.6-0.9 kW|
|100||4-6||2-4||6-8 horas/día||1.2-1.8 kW|
|150||6-9||3-6||6-8 horas/día||1.8-2.7 kW|
|200||8-12||4-8||6-8 horas/día||2.4-3.6 kW|
|250||10-15||5-10||6-8 horas/día||3.0-4.5 kW|
|300||12-18||6-12||6-8 horas/día||3.6-5.4 kW|