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    SOLAR PANELS RACKING

    Hybrid Solar Power – Solar Panels racking And Mounting Systems:

    There and different types of solar panels racking and mounting systems being used by Aussie Solar Power installation team based on roof types, installation site and local solar radiation.

    Below the list of solar panels mounting and racking system used by Hybrid Solar Powerinstallation team:

    1. AL Ground Mounting System
    2. Ballasted Mounting System
    3. Carport Mounting System
    4. Flat Roof Racking System

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    SOLAR RADIATION

    Solar Radiation On Tiled Surface By Hybrid Solar Power :

    The efficiency of a PV Solar module depends on both the power contained in the sunlight and on the angel between the PV Solar Module and the Sun. When the PV Solar module is perpendicular to the sunlight then the power density will be maximum. The power density of a fixed pv solar module is always less than the sunlight as the sun is shifting consistently and the surface is fixed.

    The figure below shows how to calculate the radiation incident on a tilted surface (Smodule) given either the solar radiation measured on horizontal surface (Shoriz) or the solar radiation measured perpendicular to the sun (Sincident).

    The equations of Smodule, Shoriz and Sincident are:

    Where
    The elevation angle is α
    β is the tilt angle of the module measured from the horizontal.

    The elevation angle has been previously given as:

    where φ is the latitude; and
    δ is the declination angle previously given as:

    where d is the day of the year. Note that from simple math (284+d) is equivalent to (d-81) which was used before. Two equations are used interchangeably in literature.

    From these equations a relationship between Smodule and Shoriz can be determined as:

    The tilt angle got a major impact on solar radiation incident on a PV Module surface. For a fixed tilt angle, the maximum power over the course of a year is obtained when the tilt angle is equal to the latitude of the location. However, steeper tilt angles are optimized for large winter loads, while lower title angles use a greater fraction of light in the summer. The simulation below calculates the maximum number of solar isolation as a function of latitude and module angle.

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    As we see from the above figure, for a module tilt of 0°, the Module Power and Power on Horizontal are equal since the module is lying flat on the ground. At a module tilt of 80°, the module is almost vertical. The Module Power is less than the Incident Power except when the module is perpendicular to the sun’s rays and the values are equal. The module is orientated to the equator so it faces north in the Southern Hemisphere and south in the Northern Hemisphere. As module moves from the Northern to Southern Hemisphere (latitude = 0°), the module is turned to face in the opposite direction and so the Module Power curve flips. When the light is incident from the rear of the module the Module Power drops to zero . Try setting the latitude to your location and then varying the module tilt to see the effect on the amount of power received throughout the year.

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    EZY PAY FOR SOLAR SYSTEM

    Now with Aussie Solar Power you can have solar system with Zero Upfront cost through Ezy Pay for solar system. Check the below details to know more about the finance option on solar system from Aussie Solar Power.

    Who is Certegy Ezi-Pay?

    Certegy Ezi-Pay Pty Ltd has been providing a No Interest Ever!* retail payment plan since 2000. For more

    information, visit www.certegyezipay.com.au

    What is Certegy Ezi-Pay?

    A continuing credit payment plan that lets you purchase goods or services today, by paying an initial deposit,

    with the remaining balance being conveniently direct debited fortnightly. There is a simple application, no

    invasive questions and fast approval times. Best of all there is NO INTEREST EVER!*

    What are the set up fees and charges for an Ezi-Pay plan?

    When you make your initial purchase, Certegy Ezi-Pay will open an Account for you. With this initial

    purchase you will pay a purchase establishment fee between $35 and $90 which will set up your account,

    and is payable over the term of the plan. The Account will provide you access to online information about

    your purchase(s), credit schedule(s), access to our 1800 customer call in facility and other benefits. There

    is a monthly account keeping fee of $ 2.90 which will be direct debited whilst your account remains active.

    Are there any other charges?

    There is a $2.80 payment processing fee to process each repayment. Please remember that your payment

    plan is NO INTEREST EVER!* Please refer to the “Terms and Conditions” in store for further details.

    Can I make multiple purchases?

    Yes, as your available credit increases as per the repayment calculation detailed within the “Terms and

    Conditions”, additional transactions are possible. The online Account tool enables you to keep track of your

    available credit as you make repayments.

    Can I close my Account and are there any charges?

    Once your purchase(s) have been paid in full and your account balance is zero you can cancel via written

    notice to Certegy Ezi-Pay. There are NO additional fees for closing your Account or paying out early.

    What do I need to apply for a payment plan?

    • To be over 18 years of age and be a permanent resident of Australia.

    • To be employed on a Full-Time basis working a minimum of 30 hours or be an Aged or Veteran’s Pensioner.

    • To have a bank account or credit card in your name with documentation showing proof of ownership ie

    bank statement – Sorry EFTPOS cards are not suitable as they can not be debited.

    • To provide suitable identification.

    • If goods or services are to be fitted or applied to a property or dwelling then you must be the owner of

    that domestic property or dwelling.

    Please refer to the “Terms and Conditions” brochure


    *Certegy Ezi-Pay Express is a continuing credit payment plan provided by Certegy Ezi-Pay Pty Ltd. Fees, terms &

    conditions apply. A purchase establishment fee of between $35 & $90 is payable with the first repayment. A monthly

    account keeping fee of $2.90 & a payment processing fee of $2.80 apply. Certegy Ezi-Pay Express No Interest Ever!

    applies. See in store for details. www.certegyezipay.com.au

    The following information can be applied to any marketing material

    you wish to display Certegy – i.e Quote Brochures & Web Pages

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