By solaritis | 29 December, 2020
The explanation is that if solar panels are placed on the roof, they are used to eliminate additional materials usually used for ground mounting and solar carport preparation using a building structure and electric grid.
For any solar engineer or contractor, the variety of rooftops found on commercial buildings can be challenging. Regardless of the challenge, Blue Oak is committed to attracting the original roofing business to the project to guarantee the rooftop warranty. This move is essential for continuous coverage of the roof warranty. Composite rooftops or constructed roofs are famous. Sometimes these are the simplest to use since the material is accessible easily.
Standing rooftops of seam metal could be suitable for linking commercial solar arrays because rooftop penetration is not mandatory to protect the array. A seam clamp is used to fix the metal roof to the solar panel mechanically.
A single plying membrane composed of several diverse materials is typically the modern roof membrane. These individual ply membranes can be suitable for solar roof panels because they are robust and easy to repair and sustain over time.
In certain areas, rocks must be removed to allow positive contact with the roof surface possible by the sunscreen mounting device. If the rocks are not shifted, the membrane is forced into, and water deposition and infiltration areas are provided.
During the construction of the solar system for your roof, the following considerations should be considered -
1. The overall solar power that can be built is determined by roof size:
Every panel has a surface area of approximately 325 watts (1-meter X 2 meters). Thus, three panels will produce a 1 KW solar plant that means that 1 KW can be mounted in the ideal conditions at the six sq. roof.
Usually, ten sq. meters will be a reasonable guess for 1 kW of solar panels on concrete roofs. The area required for installing solar panels of 1 KW will decrease depending on the dump's direction in inclined metal sheds and asbestos roofs. More solar panels will be seen on a south-facing shed than the north-facing shed.
For the ceiling, this roof's height and inclination can be used for a solar power plant with a volume of 300-350 kW (=3000/10).
2. The scale of the solar plant cannot exceed the Contract Load in kWs. Therefore, the overall solar plant size to be mounted on the roof amounts to 1500 kW in this situation.
3. A significant consideration in deciding the plant scale is the utility bill. The annual electrical energy usage in manufacturing units, mills, warehouses, or buildings should be considered during a solar farm sizing.
4. For the solar plant, the distributor capability is essential.
All-State regulators and Discoms have specified the maximum capacity of solar systems connected to a transformer delivery. For instance, Haryana offers just 15% of the solar plant's distributor power, while Delhi allows 20% for transformer capacity, and Uttar Pradesh allows 25% of the solar plant.