RAAJ Solar : Energizing the Future at REI Expo 2023


RAAJ Solar, a well-known player in the solar energy industry, is gearing up to make a significant mark at the eagerly awaited Renewable Energy India Expo (REI Expo) 2023. Our involvement reflects our strong dedication to promoting sustainable energy solutions and supporting a greener future. The REI Expo is a crucial gathering that brings together industry leaders, innovators, and clean energy advocates from around the world.

Renewable Energy India Expo popularly known as REI offers an all-inclusive platform to domestic and international manufacturers, traders, buyers and professionals from across the renewable energy domain. REI is recognized as Asia’s Leading B2B expo focusing on Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Bio-Energy, Energy Storage and Electric Vehicles and charging infra.

The forthcoming 16th edition of REI Expo being held during 4-6 October 2023, is estimated to attract over 700+ Exhibitors, 40,000+ trade visitors and esteemed policy-makers, decision-makers, influencers, technical experts and professionals.

Why to Visit REI Expo 2023?

  •  Exchange groundbreaking ideas & technologies on an international platform.
  • Meet the decision makers who are shaping the renewable energy market.
  • Get connected at exclusive networking events.
  • Attend interactive workshops and seminars at the exhibition.
  • Stay informed about the latest technological innovations in renewable energy sector.
  • Gain profound insights into current global trends in the renewable energy industry.
  • Attend world-class conference programs with industry experts & renowned speakers.

According to experts, we may only have until 2040 to reverse the effects of climate change
before irreparable damage is done. Here’s why:

Fossil fuels will run out: experts believe we have between 53 and 110 years before  nonrenewable sources will be scarce and therefore unable to power our world.

Sustainable energy sources are much more affordable: they pay for themselves over time (both financially and environmentally!), and that means cheaper electricity for the consumer.

Renewable energy infrastructure creates jobs: in 2019 alone, 12,000 new jobs were created across all 50 US states thanks to wind energy.

Plus, clean energy reduces the risk of respiratory health problems. According to the World Health Organization, household and ambient air pollution caused 7 million deaths globally in 2016. About 94% of these deaths occurred in low- and middle‐income countries, with South East Asia and the Western Pacific regions bearing most of that burden. These and other health issues could be drastically reduced if we were more reliant on energy sources that did not involve the burning of fossil fuels.

According to the latest report, India aims for 500 GW of renewable energy installed capacity by 2030. India aims to produce five million tonnes of green hydrogen by 2030. This will be supported by 125 GW of renewable energy capacity.

Thus, as we move towards the sustainable development of our future, we will adopt the use of renewable energy reserves that will help us control climate change and leave a better environment for our future generations.

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FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About Solar Panels

You probably have questions about switching to solar power for your home. Here are some common FAQs to help you decide if residential solar panels are right for you.

The average residential solar panel system in India costs between Rs 180K to 250K. The exact price depends on the size of your system, the components used, and installation fees in your area. Many homeowners take out solar loans or leases to pay for their system over time.

Solar panels typically come with 20-30 year performance warranties. Their usable lifespan is estimated to be 25-40 years. A residential solar system can provide free electricity for decades with minimal maintenance.

Households that switch to solar power can save thousands per year on utility bills. Your savings depend on system size, energy usage, utility rates, and available tax incentives or rebates. On average, a residential solar system in India can pay for itself in 10-15 years through energy cost savings.

Solar panels can be installed on most roof types, including asphalt shingle, tile, and metal. They require a structurally sound roof with adequate space that faces within 45 degrees south. Your roof’s age, condition, and warranty may also be factors. It’s best to have a solar installer evaluate your roof in person.

Solar panel systems can be connected to your home’s electrical grid or use battery storage. Grid-tied systems without batteries are the most affordable. Still, your solar energy is only used when the sun is shining. Battery storage allows you to save excess solar energy for use when the sun is not shining or during power outages, but batteries significantly increase the overall cost of your system. For most homeowners, grid-tied solar without batteries is the most economical choice.

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