TINSOLAR Technologies started in the year 2012 and has grown in stature and expertise since then as Manufacturer, Trader and service provider of solar products by providing solution for photo voltaic technologies. TINSOLAR provides Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) services to other solar powers developers also.  Tinsolar is promoted by technocrats committed for hard working and dedication in taking challenges in reducing co2 emissions which is a greenhouse effect by using surplus solar power.

Tinsolar product range

Roof top solar power stations,

CFL and led based solar street lights,

Solar water pump sets,

Solar water heaters,

Solar Petrol pumps,

Solar Fencing,

Solar home lighting systems,

solar lanterns and

Other custom made solar products.

Tinsolar core strength

We provide the complete service for EPC and Operation and Maintenance in any kind of projects from small scale to big scale projects. We believe in our team of well qualified and experienced professionals who are highly committed to provide customized and customer specific requirements.



TINSOLAR experience shows in every aspect of this module’s construction and materials
Anodized aluminium frame offers required strength and allows for quick and easy installation on standard array structures.


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    TINSOLAR provides end – to – end solutions of solar power projects across the country. Our range of services includes, but not limited to following

    • Feasibility Study
    • Liaisoning work for relevant approvals Funding Consultation
    • Power Purchase Agreements Engineering
    • Procurement Construction
    • Operation & Maintenance

    TINSOLAR provides cost effective, reliable services for solar energy projects utilizing a large, wide spread network of skilled manpower across the country.

    Our Specialties:

    • Complete Solar Turnkey Project Execution (EPC)
    • Solar Ground Mounted / Rooftop / Pumps / Street Lights solutions
    • Project Financing / Industrial PPA for all solar Projects
    • Higher plant output through innovation in engineering
    • Customized projects with cost optimization
    • Hassle‐free execution leveraging strong relationships
    • Professional installers and leading O&M services provider
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    Solar energy is the renewable electrical energy that is converted from the Sun’s light and heat through technological means such as solar photovoltaics (PV) cells. Unlike other forms of energy, such as coal, solar energy produces no pollutants and has no negative environmental impact.

    A majority of our planet’s electricity supply is being generated from fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas. These energy sources are staring at irreversible and damaging issues, including rising prices, security concerns, over dependence on imports from a limited number of countries and growing environmental concerns about the climate. Topping this list is the fact that these resources are finite and are depleting fast. It’s not a question of ‘if’, it’s a question of ‘when’.

    Today, the time has come when humanity has to tackle two critical challenges – meeting the ever growing global energy needs and fighting global warming for a better tomorrow. So, how can we do this?

    Researchers have pointed out that if a small chunk of the Sahara Desert (an area of 254 km x 254 km) is used to generate electricity through solar power, it would be enough to meet the total electricity demand of the world.

Why Tinsolar?


Competitive Price

Market leader in providing a one-stop solution for development and construction of grid and off-grid solar PV installations with the best industry practices at competitive prices.


Domain Knowledge

Skilled team of designers and project managers.Domain expertise and practical installation experience in handling the DC and AC side of the solar power plants.


Local Participation

We groom the local population around the plants and provide employment based on their skills and knowledge.


Widespread Presence

Tinsolar has done projects in Hyderabad, Kerala, Ananthapur, Uttar Pradesh, Deogarh, Gurgaon, Tamilnadu, Latpur, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Madurai, Rajasthan, Pune and Maharashtra.



Solar is Spacey

The amount of solar energy that hits the earth each hour is enough to provide the energy needs of earth’s entire population for a full year.


Solar is Global

Solar lighting is preferred when the need is temporary, provide security in poorly-lit areas, used in horticulture and agriculture.


Solar is Money

A sunny location receives an average of 5.5 hours of sunlight per day each year. A cloudy location receives 2.5 hours per day of sunlight each year.



Solar is Health

Our bodies use solar energy to create Vitamin D, Plants use solar energy for photosynthesis and solar energy can even purify water with UV energy.Save thousands of bucks, Start saving from Day ,Low payback period,Increase your home value,Take advantage of incentives,Secure investment, Guaranteed performance


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    How does Solar Power work?

    There are different means of producing solar energy. The most common way is through PV cells, which are better known as the building blocks of solar panels, and are located on solar powered calculator. PV cells are made up of semiconductor material such as silicon. When sunlight hits the PV cells, part of it gets absorbed into the semiconductor. The energy of the absorbed light loosens the electrons from the semiconductor atom, allowing them to move freely. The electric field(s) of the PV cells then force the electrons to move in a certain direction, creating an electrical current.

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    What is a PV system?

    PV technology produces electricity directly from electrons freed by the interaction of sunlight with a solar panel made of semiconductor material. The power provided is direct current (DC) electricity. The basic building block is known as a cell. Many cells put together are known as a module, and many modules assembled together form an array. A PV system will consist of an array of modules generating DC electricity, an inverter, and sometimes battery storage back up with charge controller.

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    What is an inverter?

    There are two kinds of electricity, DC and AC. Homes that are connected to utility power use AC electricity. Flashlights, small radios and automobiles use DC electricity. In order for you to be able to use solar to operate the appliances in your home, an inverter will convert PV power from DC to AC. Inverters can be further classified as units that use batteries (UPS) and those that use the utility grid as power storage (Grid-tied). Inverters are now required to possess meters that will indicate their performance and some manufacturer’s supply remote display units that can be mounted inside the home. It is important to check on your inverter regularly to become acquainted with its operation and performance.


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    How much electricity will a system produce?

    The amount of power produced will depend upon how large the system is. In India the average residential customer purchases 5,500 kilowatt-hours (kWh) per year. There is enough sunshine falling upon on the average home to produce this and a system can be designed to offset all electrical needs. The cost to accomplish a 100% system may be prohibitive and sometimes it makes more sense to simply reduce or ‘shave’ your consumption. Some utilities use tiered rates when they charge for consumption which means that the more energy you use the higher is the cost per kilo-watt-hour. The most economically feasible size is usually between 50% and 75% of your annual household needs.

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    How much do I save?

    The savings will depend on the size of your solar system and the amount of electricity you would normally have consumed. A 2kW PV system which is replacing electricity might save INR 26000.00 per year and also without power cuts.

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    Just how big is a typical system?

    Typical residential Solar PV systems range in size from fifty to six hundred square feet. A system composed of the very highest efficiency polycrystalline cells will produce 1kW per hour for every 60 square feet. Less efficient polycrystalline cells will require 90 to 130 square feet while thin-film systems need the largest area of all – sometimes as much as 300 square feet to generate 1 kilowatt.

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    Are there tax credits or any other incentives to go solar?

    Accelerated depreciation deductions of up to 80% are provided by Government of India significantly reduce the final cost of a system used for commercial applications.

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    Are there any other incentives or programs available to help me afford a solar energy system?

    It depends upon where you live. For a comprehensive list of incentives, rules and regulations affecting solar energy contact our sales team.

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    How long does it take for a PV system to pay for itself?

    It is more instructive to think of solar as an investment that yields an annual return, much as a bank savings account provides interest. A solar PV system may generate savings that would equal an annual Return on Investment (ROI) of 7% to 15% per year at today’s electric rates. These savings is not taxed as would be the interest earned from a bank savings account. Thus you would have to find a bank account or investment yielding 14% to 28% to equal the return on a solar electric system. No matter what ROI your system would generate, this is ultimately a choice about how you will be buying your power – not whether or not you will be paying for it!


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