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    We Are a Solar Energy Company

    from small houses to big buildings
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    Searching for a better energy alternative ?

    Your search ends here !

    Our mission is to provide clean energy throughout India.
    Our focus is on customer service and on providing affordable solutions to consumers
    with varying budgets.

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    Rising to a More

    Sustainable Future

    Solar and other renewable energy are the key to sustainable growth.
    At Aarushee, we're positioned to drive the next wave of innovation
    in the global solar industry.

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Myths & Info

Solar panels work just fine in ambient light and will produce significant energy in the fog or on overcast days. In fact, solar panels are actually more efficient at cooler temperatures than hot ones
Solar panels have no moving parts and do not require regular maintenance. Typically the recommendation is to hose off the panels once a year or so, but many panel owners actually never clean the panels and instead rely on the rain to do the job for them. Typically this will cause only a very slight loss in efficiency (about 5%) over the lifetime of the panels.
These days the media loves to hype emerging technologies, but the truth is we're still using the same solar technology we were back in the 1960's. Since then, solar has become only moderately more efficient (unlike computers or cellphones which experience dramatic improvements in short periods of time).
Perhaps one of the most unfortunate solar myths is that it's only for rich people or environmentalists, when in reality many homeowners choose to go solar simply because it eliminates their big monthly electricity bill. In fact, solar is a very wise choice for people who could actually use the extra couple hundred bucks a month that they're currently paying in power bills.
Nearly all modern solar panel systems are grid tied which means they're connected to the conventional electricity grid. Your system generates power during the day and excess is fed back into the grid through a system called net metering. When this happens, your meter spins backwards and your utility company credits you for that power.
When the power goes out, grid-tied systems go out too. That's because it's not safe to be pushing electricity back out onto the wires while workers may be trying to fix the problem, so your inverter (the big box near your meter that turns DC electricity created by the panels into usable AC current) recognizes that the grid is out and shuts your system off.
A photovoltaic cell is a specialized semiconductor diode that converts visible light into direct current. Photovoltaic cells are becoming increasingly important as alternative sources of utility power. Large sets of PV cells can be connected together to form solar modules, arrays, or panels. The use of PV cells and batteries for the generation of usable electrical energy is known as photovoltaic. Once a photovoltaic system has been installed, it can provide energy at essentially no cost for years, and with minimal maintenance.
There are two basic types of semiconductor material, called positive and negative. In a PV cell, flat pieces of these materials are placed together, and the physical boundary between them is called the P-N junction. The device is constructed in such a way that the junction can be exposed to visible light. When such radiation strikes the P-N junction, a voltage difference is produced between the P type and N type materials. Electrodes connected to the semiconductor layers allow current to be drawn from the device.