We develop big solar power plants to generate electricity in mega watts, which is called Ground-mounted solar power systems; these are usually large, utility-scale solar power plants. These kind of big plants are developed to sell electricity to government, utility companies or big industrial units through PPA (PowerPurchase Agreement) for a period of 10 to 25 years.
The PV array consists of solar modules held in place by racks or frames that are
attached to ground-based mounting supports.
• Pole mounts, which are driven directly into the ground or embedded in
• Foundation mounts, such as concrete slabs or poured footings.
• Ballasted footing mounts, such as concrete or steel bases that use weight
to secure the solar module system in position and do not require ground
penetration. This type of mounting system is well suited for sites where
excavation is not possible such as capped landfills and simplifies
decommissioning or relocation of solar module systems.