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April 2020

Peukert’s Law and Lead Acid Batteries

By |2020-04-01T09:54:54+05:30April 1st, 2020|

Note: This blog is for battery enthusiasts with an intermediate knowledge about batteries and terms like C-rate. Let's talk about the capacity of different solar batteries in real-world circumstances because battery manufacturers are advertising a capacity rating in Ah and a lot of people don't understand all of the factors that determine the capacity [...]

February 2020

Why Aluminium makes sense as a structure for rooftop…

By |2020-02-11T21:48:12+05:30February 11th, 2020|

Why Aluminium makes sense as a structure for rooftop... Recently we visited a factory in Tamilnadu where a 100kWp system was installed 5 years ago using MS (Mild Steel) structures. The elements had taken their toll on these structures over the past 5 years and they have now started to rust as can [...]

Case Study – Resolving rodent issues

By |2020-04-01T09:59:12+05:30February 10th, 2020|

How we resolved rodent issues at a farmhouse in Anekal In 2017, EcoSoch commissioned a 3.7kWp off-grid project using a Studer inverter for our customer at Anekal in the outskirts of Bangalore. Due to rat problems at this site, the rats were chewing off the cables and causing ground faults which led to [...]

Case Study – Apartment makes money from their Solar plant

By |2020-02-08T14:42:08+05:30February 8th, 2020|

Hemalatha Heights On 25/08/2018, EcoSoch commissioned one of its first apartment project for Hemalatha Heights at Bangalore. As part of this case study, we would be comparing the bills of this apartment pre & post solar installation. Details of the project are provided below: Description Specifications Capacity 35kWp Modules Waaree 335Wp - [...]

January 2020

Case Study – Net Metering Vs Gross Metering

By |2020-01-27T21:58:04+05:30January 27th, 2020|

Case Study for a Factory Let’s say, your factory consumes 100 units every day between the peak hours of 10 AM to 11AM (1 hour period). Your solar system too produces 100 units during this same period. Assume that, based on your investment, the cost of generating 1 unit of solar energy from [...]