We Offer a Range of Services to Meet Your Needs
The highly skilled and dedicated EPC Team at GOBELKI Solar ensures the completion of each solar plant from concept to commissioning including its operation and maintenance for the complete lifespan of the plant.
Engineering site visit
One of the standard stages when considering solar for your home is the solar site visit.
This involves a Gobelki Solar Installer coming out to your home and inspecting your roof for the potential installation of a home solar system.
This is a critical step in the solar process and one that a potential solar customer should prepare for.
Permits and documentation
If you’ve made the decision to install a home solar system, obtaining the necessary documentation is an important first step. There is certain documentation that needs to be completed.
If your city requires you to obtain a permit, you’ll now need to prepare all the documents for your permit application.
These typically include a roof plan, a site plan, a construction plan, an electrical plan, and a location plan, among others. We are familiar with the process and may be able to assist you in submitting your permit application.
Solar energy equipment consists of the components that make up a solar energy system. The installation of the equipment allows for the harnessing of the sun’s energy as well as its conversion into the electricity that is necessary for the home or business in question. Among the solar equipment, we also find several of the key components, such as solar panels, inverters, solar structure, and other BOS.
Solar panel installation
Unlike many electric shops and other companies that install solar on the side, solar is all we do. As specialists, we take pride in providing our customers with top-quality solar equipment, and installing it right.
Here is what to expect when you work with us:
FREE SOLAR ESTIMATE
SOLAR SYSTEM DESIGN
TOP QUALITY SOLAR PANNELS
EXPERT SOLAR PANEL INSTALLATION
Approval and interconnection
This the approval, the utility will often install a special net meter and will issue the customer process generally goes as follows; the customer submits an interconnection application prior to the installation of the system, the utility reviews the application and determines net metering eligibility. After the system is installed the customer sends as-built documents pertaining to their system as well as electrical permits for the utility to review. If all is in place an interconnection agreement is executed.
Once electric utility grants approval for the installation, we can proceed with the remainder of the installation process. The final step of solar interconnection, permission to operate, will occur post-installation of solar equipment.
Monitoring & Digital tools
Solar monitoring system is the best way to ensure the performance of your solar plant. Solar Monitoring System enables a remote monitoring system of solar.
Solar Monitoring System it comes with following elements
Datalogger – Energy Log Modbus Beta
Sensors with RS 485 outputs (Solar radiation meter, Ambient temperature, Module temperature etc)
Software – Energy Log
Only properly trained personnel who understand the risks of applying water to electrical components should clean modules. Trained personnel shall wear appropriate electrically insulating Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during cleaning, inspection operations, or when working near modules. Professional cleaning services trained to work on live electrical systems are available for hire.
Acceptable module cleaning methods include spraying the modules with low-pressure water that is closely matched in temperature to the temperature of the module or to use a dry brushing technique.
Operations and Maintenance
In order to maintain and operate the power plant to its maximum capacity (or efficiently), it is necessary that effective maintenance is carried out at regular intervals as specified by module manufacturer or EPC contractor. While a lot is instructed to customers a common myth (generally among rooftop) however is that the solar panel only requires water cleaning
However, in practice, many simple yet important tasks such as module level temperature monitoring, module/string level power output monitoring, analysis of such power output curve, protection device check (at both DC & AC level), etc. need to be carried out in the plant on daily basis. Now with increasing plant size from few MW’s to GW, it is for sure that the methods currently in use would phase out soon.