It is a particular form of contracting arrangement used in solar modules installation industries where the Prozeal is made responsible for all the activities from design, procurement, construction, to commissioning and handover of the project to the End-User or Owner.
Project analysis can be used to estimate the economic or engineering viability of investment projects by performing lifecycle analysis of pavement performance, maintenance and/or improvement effects together with estimates of road user costs.
- Annual predictions of pavement performance
- User costs and benefits
- Estimates of environmental effects
- Standard economic indicators such as NPV and EIRR
- Project Analysis:
- Roof surveying for shadow and normal space availability
- Sizing of pv plant can be done according to applicable state solar policies
- Electricity consumption analysis of the client.
- Solar radiation analysis
- Climatic & atmospheric analysis
- System Design:
- Simulating the design of the plant
- The various losses obtained from the software analysis are collected and arranged in the organized form.
- Then the losses are studied and minimized as low as possible to maximize the system performance.
- Mechanical Structure Design with stability analysis
- Designing of various parameters - Module layout, inverter selection, cable optimization, protection devices selection
Software based reports generated considering Shadow analysis and System loss analysis throughout the year. The information obtained from the software analysis can be utilized for optimization of the system parameters.
- Project Construction:
- Marking the layout in the site
- Preparing module mounting structures
- Laying & interconnecting the modules as per design
- Placing all the necessary components in the plant
- Testing & Commissioning:
- After Complete Installation under supervision of experienced supervisors and site executives, Mechanical Testing of all structural and earthing parts is done.
- Electrical testing of all system parameters according to International Standards is conducted and reports are worked out after confirmation of permissive satisfactory results.
- Commissioning of Inverters and feeding of Solar Energy into client’s grid is started.
- System Monitoring:
- Monitoring of the commissioned solar power plant is required for daily monitoring of generated power remotely from anywhere.
- This can be done remotely along with the help of various GSM Data Loggers / SCADA systems according to system design.
- This includes instantaneous Monitoring of ambient temp, solar cell temp, Wind speed, solar irradiation for solar plant’s performance and efficiency check. Weather sensors should be of high accuracy class and with fastest response.
- System monitoring also provides various pre-defined fault indications remotely for the purpose of plant maintenance.
- Project Financing:
- A solar project owner/developer often requires some form of substantial debt or equity financing to pay for the design, engineering, procurement, construction, and initial operations of the project. Financial institutions and potential investors will demand the opportunity to review and comment on a project’s design and EPC agreements (as well as related operations and maintenance and warranty agreements, if separate) before committing funds. Of special interest to prospective lenders and investors are the provisions in the agreements that provide the lender or investor with the ability to take over the project if the project owner/developer (the borrower) defaults, and the provisions that specify the extent and nature of any damages available to a project owner/developer from a contractor for late completion or failure of the project to generate expected amounts of power. Also, financial institutions will want to comment on the payment plans and security, warranty, and inspection provisions set forth in the project agreements.