How Do we work at Becquer
Consisting of a team with technical backgrounds and genuine interest in the field of renewable energy, we undertake and execute projects that employ solar technology. Our work ranges from installing a 100 kW solar system for schools, colleges, and recreational clubs to working on MW scale rooftop hardware projects for manufacturing units and warehouses, to working with street vendors in tier 1 and tier 2 cities to get automatic solar LED lamps that are portable, allowing them to sell their produce in the night as well. Whenever we work on a project, we take end-to-end responsibility for designing, procuring, and delivering it, as explained below-
Depending on your objectives in terms of social impact, financial goals, quality, warranty, and timeline, we help analyse the best suited type of project models and corresponding products like modules or heaters, taking into account several factors including location, income levels, climate, roof types, extreme temperatures, etc. All Becquer products are made to Tier 1 quality standards with customizable parameters like operating temperature, incident power tolerance, glass reflection, etc.
Lowest Cost Solar Hardware Globally
When we do costing for our projects, we keep it relevant to the context of the project and sector. For example, our sessions in schools on the benefits of solar are non profit centers, whereas projects delivered for commercial customers do entail a margin. Our pricing is transparent and easy to understand, and our quotations are valid for a period that is tied to your project delivery timeline. We also provide models and tools that aid in the value creation analysis.
Once all details of the project are discussed and finalized, our team takes care of the delivery of materials and manpower to execute the projects on ground. We may ask for advise on certain local nuances to find the most efficient way of doing a task. Below are some of our key product offerings:
Becquer team conceptualizes, designs, and builds solar power system on the rooftops for schools, colleges, factories, warehouses, etc. Irrespective of the project type, the system is designed for maximizing the power space efficiency, given the space constraints in most projects. The efficiency of the solar module is between 19%-20%, with a performance ratio of 81% and above. The modules used have a power rating ranging from 340 W to 500 W, with the 375 W variant being used mostly. The picture below shows one of the key projects engineered by Becquer, where the solar roof is capable of withstanding over 250 kmph of wind load, without any parapet wall around it or without any puncturing of the roof that prevents any sort of water leakage.
Becquer custom designs the modules for specific project needs across utility and rooftop segment. After coming off the manufacturing line, the panels undergo testing in Singapore and the warranties are issued under Singapore Law. Apart from the industry standard 25 year warranty on the output, the workmanship warranty is offered for 25 years, simply because a panel can only generate energy if it's in a working condition. The picture below represents a particular type of module that is shade tolerant, and the yellow and blue color are meant to indicate that even if one half of the module is shaded, the other half continues to operate independently. You can refer to the Modules page for more information.
A minute wise shadow analysis of each day of year makes it possible to visualize and analyze the impact of shading caused due to the big permanent buildings or towers nearby that may obstruct the Sunlight and reduce the output from the solar cells. This factoring is important while predicting the practical output from the solar roofs or ground mounted plants. This is for the section where the shadow video is there.