Have you all noticed that now a day Rooftop Solar is the new concept that has caught the attention of Solar Industry watchers? After huge hurdle towards utility scale of solar power plants in India, now customers are finally moving to the untouched market of rooftop solar power plants in India. The change in direction may seem simplistic to a layman, but this change entails an excess of disclosure and challenges. Installation of Rooftop Solar Plants on a large scale is one of the best initiatives. In rooftop installation there is no requirement of land. Now a day to promote the same in large-scale Government has introduced a subsidy scheme for solar rooftops in residential sector called as “SURYA - Gujarat” (Surya Urja Rooftop Yojana-Gujarat). In a solar rooftop system, the solar panels are installed on the roof of any residential, commercial, institutional and industrial buildings. This can be of two types (i) Solar Rooftop System with storage facility using battery, and (ii) Grid Connected Solar Rooftop System.
Our customers can avail the State subsidy of 40% for solar rooftop system upto 3kw and 20% for solar rooftop systems beyond 3kw upto 10kw which can be installed and commissioned by private residential customers. Further any capacity of solar rooftop system equal to or greater than one kw DC can be installed irrespective of the sanctioned load of the customer. The maximum limit of subsidy capacity is of 10kw.