If your monthly electricity bill is above INR 2000 on average, you have physical access to your rooftop, and if you want to make money from the sun, it makes absolute sense for you to go solar.


Yes, it is. Solar energy is void of producing environmentally hazardous conditions unlike nuclear energy or hydro energy because solar panel systems have no moving parts, have earthing mechanism along with a glass sheet as cover, and don’t require abnormal conditions to function. In fact, it is the most reliable and efficient form of renewable energy for households and businesses alike.


There exist three main types of Solar Rooftop Systems-

1. On-Grid Rooftop Systems – These systems are connected to the main power grid and sends excess power back to the grid. Hence, they don’t require batteries to store power. This system is recommended for those looking to reduce their monthly bill, situated in places with low frequency of power outages and want to make money from the sun.

2. Off-Grid Rooftop System – These systems require batteries to store energy for later use as they are not connected to the main grid. They are best suited for areas where grid connectivity is bleak. Consequently, they are costlier than their On-Grid counterpart because of the inclusion of batteries.

3. Hybrid Systems – They are grid connected and also consist of batteries to store power. Obviously, they are the costliest of the three and are considered a luxury option as they encompass both On-Grid and Off-Grid’s core competencies.

If you want a detailed report, you can visit our Savings Calculator page to get exact information on “my solar requirement”, based on your specific details. If you want to check the feasibility of solar at your home and calculate your savings per month as per that, feel free to book a site assessment and one of our site engineers will arrive at your premises for conducting the same.

This is a popular myth. Solar panels function on the principle of light energy being converted to electrical energy. Therefore, as long as there is sunlight, high quality Solar panels can ensure up to 75% of peak electricity production even on the cloudiest days of winter / monsoon months.


Yes, you can. As a matter of fact, not only can you run your entire house completely on solar, you can also expect optimum performance of load-heavy appliances like Air Conditioners, geysers, etc.


It is generally recommended to clean solar panels two times in a month to a year in order to maintain the productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness of the solar panels. However, based on where you live and the level of dirt and pollution, the need for cleaning may be more frequent.

The most reliable way is to contact Rinova’s customer support to receive fastest on-ground support from our adept engineers.

Yes, you can. As a matter of fact, not only can you run your entire house completely on solar, you can also expect optimum performance of load-heavy appliances like Air Conditioners, geysers, etc.

Only On-Grid Solar Systems don’t produce electricity during power cuts from the grid because of their half-dependency on the main power grid. Off-Grid Solar Systems and Hybrid Solar Systems, however, can produce electricity even during power cuts by virtue of batteries.

Feel free to reach out to us on our contact details found at the bottom of this page, under the contact us section, and talk in-depth with one of our in-house solar experts.

Yes, it is possible to get loans from banks or our some finance company but quite difficult for large- scale and small-scale solar projects. If you take a loan from your known bank the rate of interest will be in between 10-13% but Rinova provides loans at 11-12%. 

As per our generation analysis expert, the 1 kW solar power system generates 3-4 units per day, And 1 kW solar sytem generates 1314 units in a year.




We offer system sizes according to the requirement of the client. However, we have established installations ranging from 3 kW solar to 100 kW solar, all the way up to 1000 kW solar as well.

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