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A Review of Net Metering with Ongrid Inverter

Author : Prof. Mr. I.D. Pharne 1 Mr. S. S. Malage 2 Mr. A. J. Patil 3 Mr. A. D. Landage 4

Date of Publication :7th February 2017

Abstract: With the increase in implement of solar PV in India, a net metering policy is need of ours. Solar energy is clean, inexhaustible and environment-friendly resource among all renewable energy options. In this paper, concept of net metering through solar system and analysis of data carried out is explored for the beneficial of consumers for studying the feasibility of net metering in India. Also it is found that simple net metering policy is unable to accommodate various categories of consumers. So, making a net metering, which is more scalable, feasible and financially viable is challenge. According to consumers’ classifications net metering is a billing mechanism that credits solar energy system owners for the electricity they add to the grid.

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