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SOLAR POWER PLANT IN

IIT HYDERABAD
INTRODUCTION

The all new campus of IIT Hyderabad is on par with


most of the new construction projects around the
globe, both visually and functionally.

Campus expands to a vast 571 acre land mass.

One of the most aspiring feature of the new


campus is its self-sustainability in terms of energy
and power.

The solar farm to be set up in the new campus will


be producing enough power to meet power needs
of new campus including a surplus storage.
PLANT ASPECTS
Power Generation:
I. The plant to be set is 1 MW
photovoltaic power plant.
II. The plant will feed AC power to the
11 KV distribution grid power supply
of the campus for captive power
consumption.
III. The minimum net generation per annum
will be 1.7 Million units per MW.
IV. The plant will store the excess
generated power in batteries.
GENERAL AND RELEVANT ASPECTS:

Minimum cost amounting to 12.50


crores

Additional Costs Additional


Components

Operational Advanced Emergency


period Monitoring measures
System
AREA AND LAND SPECIFICATIONS :

I. The area allotted for the solar power in the new campus is around 15-16 acres.
II. The allotted area consists of PV array system and other additional components.
III. The allotted area is much more than required area for a 1 MW solar plant in
India.
IV. The excess area will be used for future upgradation and expansion of the solar
farm.
GENERAL CONTOUR MAP:
CONTOUR MAP WITH ELECTRICITY LINES AND
POWER GRID:
PLANT POWER PERFORMANCE RATIO:
The overall power performance ratio of the system will exceed
70%. (Sum total of the system power losses shall not exceed 30%).
For global solar radiation in the Plane of Array (POA) of 1000
W/m2, 100kWp PV power plant AC output shall be minimum of 70
kW at any time during the day.

Plant Energy Performance Ratio:


The overall energy performance ratio of the system shall exceed
75%. (Sum total of the system energy losses shall not exceed 25%).
For global solar insolation in the Plane of Array (POA) of 5
kWh/m2 (5 Peak Sun Hours) for the day, 100kWp PV power plant
AC energy output shall be minimum of 375 kWh (75kWx5hrs) for
the day.
SOLAR POWER PLANTS AT OTHER EDUCATIONAL
INSTITUTES

India has a target of 100GW by 2022

IIT Bombay meets 20% of its requirements by solar project

IIT Bombay saves Rs. 75 lakhs in electricity bill

Solar power company incubated at IIT Bombay

IIM Bangalore uses solar power to heat 60,000 litres of water daily

IIM Ahmedabad has been able to cut 66% on electricity bill in a


year