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How it works

Sustainable, Reliable & Affordable Energy!

our work process

non polluting

We serve non polluting energy for our better future for generations.

easy installation

Our energy system is easy to install for your and move anytime.

low maintenance

Need low maintenance due to our best product and better service.

easy renewable

Our system is easy to renew since it always uses the updated way.


Project Work Flow Process

As the world continues its journey to net zero, solar energy continues to be a key weapon in the renewable energy development arsenal. Global support for renewable energy development shows no sign of slowing down – due to a variety of factors including global warming, energy security and rising costs – with continued investment from governments and private industry in renewables technology. This is why we are proud to be key partners in these processes.

Preliminary Assessments

First step in the development of our solar installation project is to conduct preliminary assessments. These involve whether the project is domestic, commercial or industrial

Site Selection

Site selection is crucial in the development of any utility-scale solar project. When scouting for a suitable site, it’s important to remember: An ideal site or rooftop should have an abundance of solar radiation, meaning it receives ample sunlight throughout the day without The site should be easily accessible for construction equipment and have suitable terrain for the solar panels and other equipment

Feasibility Studies

We usually conduct feasibility studies of the project (field or building) to evaluate its economic viability, which includes economic analysis as well.
Our feasibility studies involve:
- financial analysis
- technical analysis
- Environmental impact analysis

Design & Engineering

Once preliminary steps including site selection and solar resource assessment have been carried out, system design and engineering can begin. This phase involves developing a plan that takes into account the site's physical and technical characteristics. These involve the following: - quality component selection - solar panel angle and orientation (direction) - electrical and structural design -

Construction & Installation

This phase is where the physical solar panels and equipment are installed on-site and connected to the power grid. It includes several key steps that require careful planning and execution. These comprise of the following: - site preparation - components installation - electrical wirings and connections - Quality control and inspection -system performance testing -safety compliance -final inspection - operation and maintenance - monitoring system performance -preventive maintenance - reactive maintenance and repairs