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INTRODUCTION:

1. Energy crisis
2. Need of Healthy energy
source
3. Renewable Energy sources
4. Rural Electrification
hy Solar ?
ë Reduced Dependence on Fossil
Fuels.
ë Environmental Advantages.
ë Matching Peak Time Output with
Peak Time Demand
ë Modularity and Scalability.
ë Flexible Locations
ë Government Incentives
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1. Size (L**T) = (1490 *900*42) mm= (58.7*39*1.7) inch

2. Rating of one solar module = 200 

3. Open circuit voltage = 32 V

4. Short circuit current = 8.33 amp

5. Max. Peak voltage = 26 V

6. Max. Peak current = 7.69 amp


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