Solar Installation For Hospitals

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Solar for Hospitals

Solar installation in hospital is most important thing which needs extra attention and care as it provides support to doctors and patients. so that they must not be interrupted in their treatment. Hospitals bring new life into the world and save people life, so it needs 24x7 uninterrepted power supply. However, hospitals are forced to buy expensive and inefficient diesel gensets to combat powercuts. A small hospital needs to spend up to Rs. 30,000 on a 20kva diesel genset for power back-up. On the other hand, the cost can be brought down to zero by running hospitals on solar.

4 Ways to Go for Solar in Hospitals


Off-Grid, Solar PCU, for Hospitals and Clinics

For those hospitals which are far away from the main cities, and face frequent powercuts, Off-Grid solar system is the most suited solution. Solar energy can be stored in batteries for later use. Off-grid solar package for hospitals and clinics consists of solar panels, battery bank, and Solar PCU which functions both as an inverter and solar charge controller.


Converting Existing Inverter and Battery into Solar Power System

If hospitals already have inverter and battery bank, then they can choose to make a solar system out of it by installing solar panels and solar charge controller. While solar panels make solar energy, the charge controller ensures that solar energy is utilized efficiently to charge batteries.


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DC System for Hospitals

This could be a revolutionary, energy-efficient and cost-effective solution for all hospitals. DC system consists of solar panels, batteries and lights & fans that can run on DC. If a hospital installs Solar DC System, then it doesn't have to rely on grid for running lights and fans.


Grid-tie Solar for Hospitals

Grid-tie solar installation could be a good choice for hospitals situated in cities that do not face many powercuts. This is a battery-less system that consists of grid-tie inverter and solar panels. Surplus solar electricity generated can be fed back into grid through grid-tie solar.