DSB Solar System

Solar Power is the conversion of sunlight into electricity, either directly using photovoltaic (PV), or indirectly using concentrated solar power (CSP).
Concentrated solar power systems use lenses or mirrors and tracking systems to focus a large area of sunlight into a small beam.
Photovoltaic's convert light into electric current using the photoelectric effect.


How Solar Works :

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DSB Solar System in collaboration with Tata Power Solar Systems Limited brings you an array of solutions from standalone rooftop solar panels
for homes and small businesses to large solar arrays integrated with building exteriors, and massive commercial solar power farms.


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We offer innovative solar solutions that cater to the needs of individual customers, large institutions and communities.


Areas of business :

Homes, streets and communities.
The pumping of water for irrigation.
Heating of water for residential and commercial applications.
Road-safety aids.
The building of integrated photovoltaic capacities.


Our range of products includes solar road studs, solar street lighting, star solar lantern, TATA BP solar modules, TATA BP solar water pumping systems, solar directional sign, solar water heater and solar LED Street light.


What is a solar cell?

A solar cell is a device people can make that takes the energy of sunlight and converts it into electricity.


How does a solar cell turn sunlight into electricity?

In a crystal, the bonds [between silicon atoms] are made of electrons that are shared between all of the atoms of the crystal. The light gets absorbed,
and one of the electrons that's in one of the bonds gets excited up to a higher energy level and can move around more freely than when it was bound.
That electron can then move around the crystal freely, and we can get a current. Imagine that you have a ledge, like a shelf on the wall, and you take
a ball and you throw it up on that ledge. That's like promoting an electron to a higher energy level, and it can't fall down. A photon [packet of light energy] comes in,
and it bumps up the electron onto the ledge [representing the higher energy level] and it stays there until we can come and collect the energy
[by using the electricity].