Rooftop Solar Panels

Rooftop Solar Panels will Reduce your Electricity Bills and keep the Environment Clean.

Reduce your Electricity Bills by Generating Power from your Rooftop. Be it a small Residence or an Energy Intensive Industry, Sunsynthesis helps you in Turnkey Installation of a Rooftop Solar Power Plant as per your Site Requirement.

Sunsynthesis Custom Design Solutions(Customized Solar Panels) and Apt Engineering helps in Generating Maximum Power from the Solar Plant based on the site location. At Sunsynthesis, providing Rooftop Solar Solution is more than just an EPC and Sunsynthesis help you in each and every steps that are required to help you Go Solar.





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Rooftop Solar Panels - Cost, Requirement & How to Apply.

Rooftop Solar Panels (alternative names include rooftop photovoltaic power station and rooftop solar pv system) is a Photovoltaic System which includes Solar Panels to produce Electricity for a Residential or Commercial Building. The Solar Panels are mounted on the Rooftop for maximum Exposure to the Sun, providing about 4 units of Electricity per Day when using 1 kW Rooftop PV System.

  • The Capacity of Rooftop PV Systems is counted in megawatt range.
  • The typical capacity range for Residential Buildings is about 5-20 kilowatts(kW) while for Commercial Buildings it can reach 100 Kilowatts or more.
  • A 1 kW Rooftop Photovoltaic Power Station costs about Rs.85000-90000 depending on the components (exclsuive of battery costs). Fill our Enquiry Form to Get the Exact Quotation.

Type of Rooftop Solar Panels
  1. Off-Grid: Off Grid Solar Panels are not dependent on the Grid or Main Power Supply. Off Grid Solar PV Systems are self sufficient. They are designed to operate independent with the Grid.
  2. Grid-Tied: In this type Rooftop Solar PV System is connected with the Utility Grid. It consists of Solar Panels, one or more inverters, Power Conditioning Unit & Grid connection equipment.
  3. Grid-Interactive: Grid Interactive systems are used to overcome with the power failure issue. It works in conjunction with a Diesel Generator or a Battery Backup during a power failure to support the load.

Various Parts of the Rooftop Solar Panels System:
  1. Photovoltaic Modules
  2. Solar Inverters
  3. Cables
  4. Mounting Systems
  5. Other Electrical Accessories

Installation Survey Process:

It is a multi-faceted process and called as Rooftop Solar Insolation which requires below Measurements:

  • Time of the Year
  • Latitude
  • Weather Conditions
  • Roof Slope
  • Roof Aspect
  • Shading from adjaced buildings and vegetation

If I produce more Solar Electricity, what are My Benefits?


  • If you produce more Solar Electricity than your Daily/Monthly Use, the Solar Electricity Meter will run backwards to provide a credit.
  • Consumers will only billed for their NET Energy used.
  • The Extra Solar Electricity produced by you, will get exported to the Nearby Grid to serve nearby Consumers loads.

So, as you know exactly what are the benefits, lets have a look at the Definition of this Process. The Above benefits is only available to those Consumers whose Homes are Net-Metered.

Yes, this process is Called Net-Metering. However, every State in India has their own Policy regarding this, so it is possible that consumers in different city may get credited differently according to their respective State Net-Metering Law. To check Your State Net Metering Policy Click Here.



What is Solar Net Metering?

Solar Net Metering (alternative name Net Metering) is a Meter Billing Mechanism to provide credit/debit to the Solar PV System Owners according to their production & Consumption.

If you are producing more Solar Electricity than your Consumption, your meter will run backward and if you uses more Electricity than you Produced then the meter will run forward, so at the end you will be billed for NET Energy used.

And the best thing is your Extra Produced Solar Electricity will be Exported to the nearest Grid to serve nearby Loads.


What is FiT Mechanism in Solar Energy Products?

FiT stands for Feed-in Tariff which offers payback to the Installers for their investment. In this the generated electricity can be sold to the Electric Grid Utility for use elsewhere in the grid.
A Public Utility Commission usually sets the rate that the utility pays for this electricity. In India the average tariffs in all states are between Rs 5.5 to Rs 5.7.


How to apply for Rooftop Solar Panels in India?

At Sunsynthesis with these 6 simple steps you can opt or apply for Rooftop Solar Panels in India for your Home or Commercial Building:

  1. Fill the Enquiry Form here.
  2. Our Engineer will Visit and perform the Site Survey at ZERO Cost.
  3. A Detailed Techno Commercial Offer will be at your Inbox in couple of Days after the Site Survey.
  4. Our Authorities will take care of getting the Required Approvals on behalf of you within the Stipulated time period.
  5. Our Team will Custom Design the Installation as per your Requirement at the Site that you love to see.
  6. And Finally SunSynthesis will take care of Maintaining the System for you. You can just Install and Forget about it. We will take care of everything.

Statewise Solar Policies for Grid Connected Rooftop Panels in India

Sl.No. States Statewise Solar Policy for Grid Connected Rooftop Panels SERC Regulatory / Tariff Order Download PDF
1 Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh Solar Policy 2015 APERC Order 2010 APERC Amendment 2010Andhra Pradesh Amendment Net Metering Download
2 Assam Assam Solar Policy 2015 Assam Electricity Regulatory Commission’s Grid Interactive Solar PV Regulations 2015 dated 02.05.2015 Download
3 Bihar Bihar Solar Policy 2015 Bihar State Electricity Regulatory Commissions Net-metering Regulation dated 7th July, 2015 Download
4 Chhattisgarh Chhattisgarh Solar Energy Policy 2012-2017 Chhattisgarh Tariff Order for procurement of power from Rooftop PV Solar Power Projects by distribution licensees of State Regulations, 2013 Order for Connectivity and Distribution Charges for Solar Rooftop PV Projects – Issued on 29/10/2014 Download
5 Gujarat Gujarat Solar Power Policy 2015 Gujarat Solar Tariff Order 2012 Download
6 Haryana Haryana Solar Policy 2014 Order for SPV Power Plants for Building/Areas of Haryana GovernmentRegulations for the Grid Connected Solar Rooftop Photovoltaic System Download
7 Himachal Pradesh Himachal Pradesh Solar Power Policy Himachal Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission Notification 2015 Download
8 Jharkhand Jharkhand Solar Power Policy 2015 Jharkhand Solar Tariff Order 2015 Download
9 Karnataka Karnataka Solar Policy 2014-2021 Karnataka Tariff Final Order 09.10.2013 Download
10 Kerala Kerala Solar Policy 2013 Kerala KERC Order 10.06.2014 Download
11 Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Solar Policy 2015 Madhya Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (Grid connected Net Metering) Regulations, 2015 Download
12 Maharashtra Maharashtra Solar Policy 2015 Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (Net Metering for Roof-top Solar Photo Voltaic Systems) Regulations, 2015 Download
13 Manipur Manipur Solar Policy 2014 Manipur Tariff Order 2014 Download
14 Meghalaya Meghalaya Solar Policy Meghalaya State Electricity Regulatory Commission Notification 2015 Download
15 Orissa Orissa Solar Policy Net Metering/Bi-Directional Metering & their Connectivity for Rooftop Solar PV Projects Dated 26.11.2014 Download
16 Punjab Punjab Solar Rooftop Policy 2014 Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission Notification,7th May, 2015 Download
17 Rajasthan Rajasthan Solar Energy Policy, 2014 Connectivity and Net Metering for Grid Interactive Rooftop and Solar Systems, Regulations, 2015 Download
18 Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Solar Energy Policy 2012 Tamil Nadu TNERC Order 7.3.2013Tamil Nadu TNERC Amendment Order 31.07.2013 Download
19 Telangana Telangana Solar Power Policy 2015 Telangana Solar Tariff Order 2015 Download
20 Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant Policy, 2014 Uttar Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (Rooftop Solar PV Grid Interactive Systems Gross / Net Metering) Regulations, 2015 Download
21 Uttarakhand Uttarakhand Solar Policy 2013 Uttarakhand Tariff Order 2013 Download
22 West Bengal West Bengal Solar Policy 2012 West Bengal WBERC Notification 2013 Download
23 Andaman and Nicobar Andaman and Nicobar Solar Policy Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission for the state of Goa and Union Territories (Solar Power – Grid Connected Ground Mounted and Solar Rooftop and Metering Regulations – 2014) and Solar Power Tariff Download
24 Pondicherry Puducherry Solar Energy Policy 2015(notified on 01-03.2016) Puducherry Tariff Order Download