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On Grid


A solar system that works with the grid is called on-grid or grid-tied solar system. You are covered if your solar system under or over-produces in regard to your varying energy needs that is why On-grid solar systems are the most common and widely used by homes, industries & businesses. These systems do not need batteries and use either solar inverters or micro-inverters and are connected to the electricity grid. Any excess solar power that you generate is exported to the electricity grid and you usually get paid a feed-in-tariff (FiT) or credits for the energy you export.

Off Grid


Being off-grid means you are not connected in any way to your grid’s power system or utility company. This is appealing because you are 100% self-sustaining your energy use. However off-grid systems require you to purchase a backup battery which is much expensive, bulky, and not very environmental friendly, and also it defeats the purpose of going solar (save money and live greener).



Hybrid solar systems generate power in the same way as a common grid-tie solar system but use special hybrid inverters and batteries to store energy for later use. This ability to store energy enables most hybrid systems to also operate as a backup power supply during a blackout, similar to a UPS system.

Application of Sola

Residential Solar System

        Gujrat is developing energy with the help of renewable sources. Solar power is one of them. Solar power is generated by means of solar panels as well as solar thermal technologies. Gujrat is generating energy by using residential house’s and building’s roof. Solar panels are fitted on roof to generate power and thus it is known as rooftop solar also.  In the scheme of the Gujrat government, beneficiaries will receive a subsidy of 40% for up to 3 kilowatts (kW) system and a subsidy of 20% for a system of 3 kW to 10kW. To implement this rooftop solar policy, the state government has made a provision of 1,000 crores.        And we axis Enertech are helping govt. of Gujrat to achieve their goal and your dreams of zero Rupees bill at the end of the month.

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Industrial Solar System

     All kinds of industries come under this. Investment in solar energy provides better return by utilizing an un-utilized space of rooftop. Solar system also requires minimum maintenance. Also this system has positive impact on savings of investors as well as greater impact on environment. Installing a solar system at your industry will help to reduce your electricity bills. 

       Start your green power journey with us. You just need roof space where we can set up solar power unit for your brighter future and environment.


BIPV Solar System

      BIPV means building-integrated photovoltaics solar system. BIPV is a promising new technology in the field of solar industry. More and more solar power plants around the world are used in close association with the architectural design, organically blended into the urban environment

   A Building Integrated Photovoltaics system consists of integrating photovoltaics modules into the building envelope, such as the Outside Walls of buildings. By simultaneously serving as building envelope material and power generator, BIPV systems can provide savings in materials and electricity costs, reduce use of fossil fuels and emission of ozone depleting gases, and add architectural interest to the building.

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Captive Solar System

A captive solar power plant refers to a solar power plant that has been implemented by a company for its own captive consumption. This means the power generated by the solar power plant is consumed entirely by the developing company itself.  Consumers can actually install a solar power plant outside their premises and can consume all the power generated from captive plant for their own use. Group captive solar projects can be used as business model to expand operations in the open access market. They also can contract to consumer about the rate of power which is delivered to them.


   Agrivoltaics, also known as agrophotovoltaics (APV), is co-developing the same area of land for both solar photovoltaic power as well as for agriculture. This technique was originally conceived by Adolf Goetzberger and Armin Zastrow in 1981. The coexistence of solar panels and crops implies a sharing of light between these two types of production. Several crops can benefit from these systems, including fruit production. By using agrivoltaics we can harvest also power from the land from where we are only harvesting crops.
Agrophotovoltaic is a new way of using solar technology combining with traditional farming. By using such kind of solar we can save land space which can be utilized by other ground mounted solar plants and can generate power which can be utilized in farming and surplus energy can be taken by grid.


Agriculture Solar System

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