CAPEX Model:

In this model, the entire investment comes from the power consumer, consumer generally hire a solar EPC company (Virupaksha) who provide turnkey installation of entire solar power system and hand over assets to consumers. We can also do annual operation and maintenance (O&M) of plant on mutually agreed cost per annum. Tax Savings under Accelerated Depreciation Upgrades their financial background Assured electricity at low cost for the next 25 years Quick

BOOT/ RESCO/ Zero Investment MODEL:

In the BOOT (Build Own Operate Transfer)/ RESCO (Renewable Energy Service Company ) model, an investor or project developer invests the CAPEX and consumer pays for the energy consumed/supplied by the solar power project delicately developed for a particular consumer. Both consumer and developer sign a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) for period ranging from 15 / 20 / 25 years with an agreed tenure & tariff.

Group captive model:

Under the group captive scheme a developer sets up a power plant for collective use of many industrial consumers who should have 26 per cent equity in the plant and must consume 51 per cent of the power produced. While industrial consumer segment is charged higher tariff than the domestic or agriculture consumers, the group captive scheme allows, the consumers pay only the wheeling and banking charges and use the low cost power for their captive usage.

3rd Party Sale using Open Access

Open Access is the freedom given to consumers with connected load greater than 1 MW to choose their own supplier of power i.e., they are not restricted to buying power from the utility and can instead buy power from any 3rd party supplier of power. Therefore, the consumer can contract with a solar IPP to buy power generated from their solar PV plant. A consumer with connected load less than 1 MW may apply for open access the utility is not obliged to