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Posted on Nov 26, 10:20PM | UNI
Vikram Solar, a solar module maker, today announced that it would be installing a 100 Kwp solar power facility at the Cochin International Airport at Nedumbassery in Kerala.
Vikram Solar will design, install and commission this 100 Kwp capacity Solar PV Power System at the Airport.
The solar power facility will consist of mounted solar panels which will generate DC electric power.
"The electric power generated by the solar panels will not be fed directly into the utility grid. The inverters will cover the direct current output from the solar array into a grid compliant AC voltage which will feed it into the utility grid system. Power evacuation will be through connections with LT voltage for local or grid export," the Kolkata-based company said in a release.
The proposed energy production will be at an estimated 148 MWh per year with a capacity of 100 kWp. The energy capacity of each PV module will reach upto 240-250 Wp.