Indian Village Receives 50 kW PV System

February 21, 2003 [} Thanks to funding from the World Bank through the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency and the Government of Punjab, India, a 50 kW grid-tied Power station has been installed in Bajak Village in Punjab. This Global Solar Energy (India) Ltd. project includes a fixed tilt PV array with a “site latitude” tilt angle of 30 degrees. The array’s 693 modules rated at 74 Wp each are connected with 21 in series and 33 parallel strings for a maximum power point array voltage of 350 volts and operating range of 250-450 volts, direct current.
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