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Engineering, Procurement, and Construction” (EPC)

“Engineering, Procurement, and Construction” (EPC) is a particular form of contracting arrangement used in some industries where the E P C Contractor is made responsible for all the activities from design, procurement, construction, to commissioning and handover of the project to the End-User or Owner.

In solar industry EPC term is used for providing end-to-end solar services from designing the system, procuring the components and installing the project.

END-TO-END SERVICES

SITE APPRAISAL

We provide a no commitment site appraisal to assess the best system for you. We explain the benefits of solar.

DESIGN AND ENGINEERING

Once the financial terms are finalized, we design and engineer the system using state-of-the-art equipment.

INSTALLATION, NET-METERING

Our team will come with all the equipment to install the solar PV system. We test it thoroughly before handing over!

REGULAR MAINTENANCE

We monitor the working of your installation, provide regular service and ensure that you get a full uptime.

ENERGY MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY

We are passionate about passing on our knowledge to help you better understand energy consumption (with or without solar) and how to conserve it, for both commercial and residential premises.

  • Monitoring and Management Options
  • Implementation of Customised Strategic Energy Management Plan
  • Energy Assessments

The energy world is changing fast decarbonisation, decentralisation and digitalisation bring both challenges and opportunities for all stakeholders. The pace of change will only increase in the years ahead and – while there are different views on how fast the transition will come – we are convinced it is inevitable.

  • Strategy energy development, implementation, organisational and operational excellence backed up by understanding of best practices, detailed in-house analysis and led by experts in the field
  • New services and products such as embedded innovation, innovation monitor, digital readiness, in continuous development
  • A deep quantitative and mathematical capability to tackle the challenges presented by big data and artificial intelligence
  • A suite of in-house energy models and our recognised independent market reports to support your transactions and fund raising.

Lightning and Surge Protection

Solar arrays, like all electronic devices, are prone to surges in voltage that can harm components and increase downtime. Surge protection devices can help keep systems running and profitable.

The function of a lightning protection system is to protect structures from fire or mechanical and to prevent that persons in buildings are injured or even killed. An overall lightning protection system consists of external lightning protection (lightning protection/earthing) and internal lightning protection (surge protection).

Functions of an external lightning protection system

  • Interception of direct lightning strikes via an air-termination system
  • Safe discharge of lightning current to earth via a down-conductor system
  • Distribution of the lightning current in the ground via an earth-termination system
Functions of an internal lightning protection system

  • Prevention of dangerous sparking in the structure by establishing equipotential bonding or keeping a separation distance between the LPS components and other electrically conducting elements
Lightning equi potential bonding

  • Lightning equi potential bonding reduces the potential differences caused by lightning currents. This is achieved by interconnecting all isolated conducting parts of the installation by means of conductors or surge protective devices.
Elements of a lightning protection system

According to the EN/IEC 62305 standard, a lightning protection system consists of the following elements:

  • Air-termination system
  • Down conductor
  • Earth-termination system
  • Separation distances
  • Lightning equipotential bonding

Earthing and Grounding

The aim of earthing in electrical installations and circuits is to enhance the safety of the installation by reducing the level of danger inherent to fault currents. Fault currents may be caused by different factors. Therefore, it is very important to design an earthing system according to the installation’s characteristics.

An effective earthing system is critical to the safety of every electrical installation. The introduction of new international standards together with increased awareness within the electricity industry require developers and operators of these installations to carry out more thorough assessments and design studies to demonstrate safety compliance.

This is increasingly challenging against a backdrop of higher fault levels, smaller-area substations and the more prevalent use of sensitive electronic equipment, both at the substation and by external third parties, where the impact of transferred earth potentials may need to be mitigated.

Purpose of an earthing system

  • Provides safety for persons and animals
  • Protects the installation and equipment
  • Enhances quality of signal (reduced electromagnetic distortion)
  • Provides a fixed reference voltage for equipotentialization
Factors to consider at the design stage of an earthing system

  • Soil humidity(reduces earthing resistance
  • Earthing enhancing devices reduce soil resistance
  • Buried electricity and gas installations require security distances
  • Buried pipes and water tanks shall be bonded equipotentially with earth termination Fault currents can be transmitted to persons and animals, presenting a high risk through both direct and indirect contact.
Engineering, Procurement, and Construction

Engineering, Procurement, and Construction” (EPC)

“Engineering, Procurement, and Construction” (EPC) is a particular form of contracting arrangement used in some industries where the E P C Contractor is made responsible for all the activities from design, procurement, construction, to commissioning and handover of the project to the End-User or Owner.

In solar industry EPC term is used for providing end-to-end solar services from designing the system, procuring the components and installing the project.

END-TO-END SERVICES

SITE APPRAISAL

We provide a no commitment site appraisal to assess the best system for you. We explain the benefits of solar.

DESIGN AND ENGINEERING

Once the financial terms are finalized, we design and engineer the system using state-of-the-art equipment.

INSTALLATION, NET-METERING

Our team will come with all the equipment to install the solar PV system. We test it thoroughly before handing over!

REGULAR MAINTENANCE

We monitor the working of your installation, provide regular service and ensure that you get a full uptime.
Energy Management Consultancy

ENERGY MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY

We are passionate about passing on our knowledge to help you better understand energy consumption (with or without solar) and how to conserve it, for both commercial and residential premises.

  • Monitoring and Management Options
  • Implementation of Customised Strategic Energy Management Plan
  • Energy Assessments

The energy world is changing fast decarbonisation, decentralisation and digitalisation bring both challenges and opportunities for all stakeholders. The pace of change will only increase in the years ahead and – while there are different views on how fast the transition will come – we are convinced it is inevitable.

  • Strategy energy development, implementation, organisational and operational excellence backed up by understanding of best practices, detailed in-house analysis and led by experts in the field
  • New services and products such as embedded innovation, innovation monitor, digital readiness, in continuous development
  • A deep quantitative and mathematical capability to tackle the challenges presented by big data and artificial intelligence
  • A suite of in-house energy models and our recognised independent market reports to support your transactions and fund raising.
Lightning and Surge Protection

Lightning and Surge Protection

Solar arrays, like all electronic devices, are prone to surges in voltage that can harm components and increase downtime. Surge protection devices can help keep systems running and profitable.

The function of a lightning protection system is to protect structures from fire or mechanical and to prevent that persons in buildings are injured or even killed. An overall lightning protection system consists of external lightning protection (lightning protection/earthing) and internal lightning protection (surge protection).

Functions of an external lightning protection system

  • Interception of direct lightning strikes via an air-termination system
  • Safe discharge of lightning current to earth via a down-conductor system
  • Distribution of the lightning current in the ground via an earth-termination system
Functions of an internal lightning protection system

  • Prevention of dangerous sparking in the structure by establishing equipotential bonding or keeping a separation distance between the LPS components and other electrically conducting elements
Lightning equi potential bonding

  • Lightning equi potential bonding reduces the potential differences caused by lightning currents. This is achieved by interconnecting all isolated conducting parts of the installation by means of conductors or surge protective devices.
Elements of a lightning protection system

According to the EN/IEC 62305 standard, a lightning protection system consists of the following elements:

  • Air-termination system
  • Down conductor
  • Earth-termination system
  • Separation distances
  • Lightning equipotential bonding
Earthing and Grounding

Earthing and Grounding

The aim of earthing in electrical installations and circuits is to enhance the safety of the installation by reducing the level of danger inherent to fault currents. Fault currents may be caused by different factors. Therefore, it is very important to design an earthing system according to the installation’s characteristics.

An effective earthing system is critical to the safety of every electrical installation. The introduction of new international standards together with increased awareness within the electricity industry require developers and operators of these installations to carry out more thorough assessments and design studies to demonstrate safety compliance.

This is increasingly challenging against a backdrop of higher fault levels, smaller-area substations and the more prevalent use of sensitive electronic equipment, both at the substation and by external third parties, where the impact of transferred earth potentials may need to be mitigated.

Purpose of an earthing system

  • Provides safety for persons and animals
  • Protects the installation and equipment
  • Enhances quality of signal (reduced electromagnetic distortion)
  • Provides a fixed reference voltage for equipotentialization
Factors to consider at the design stage of an earthing system

  • Soil humidity(reduces earthing resistance
  • Earthing enhancing devices reduce soil resistance
  • Buried electricity and gas installations require security distances
  • Buried pipes and water tanks shall be bonded equipotentially with earth termination Fault currents can be transmitted to persons and animals, presenting a high risk through both direct and indirect contact.
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