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SAMANIR Rooftop PV systems

SAMANIR Roof-top Photovoltaic systems are presented to install as a small power plant on roofs of buildings in areas covered by the electricity grid. These systems are connected to the city electricity grid with no change in building’s power system. The power generated from the solar panels is fed into a single phase or three phase power grid after passing a solar inverter.
SAMANIR Rooftop PV systems

SAMANIR Roof-top Photovoltaic systems are presented to install as a small power plant on roofs of buildings in areas covered by the electricity grid. These systems are connected to the city electricity grid with no change in building’s power system. The power generated from the solar panels is fed into a single phase or three phase power grid after passing a solar inverter.

Applications

✅Any Residential and commercial buildings  
✅Workshops and industrial sheds
✅Parking sheds
Applications

Any Residential and commercial buildings  

Workshops and industrial sheds

Parking sheds

Advantages of Samanir Rooftop PV systems

Advantages of Samanir Rooftop PV systems
SAMANIR SOLAR ROOF-TOP PV SYSTEM نیروگاه خورشیدی ساختمانی سمانیر

Guaranteed Renewable Power Purchase in Iran

A feed in tariff (FIT) scheme has been enacted and enforced in Iran. According to this scheme, the Iranian government sets a fixed price for purchase of renewable power, and guarantees to pay it to producers, over a long period of time, for each  unit of electricity or kilowatt-hour (kWh), fed into the grid.
In 2015, the Iranian Ministry of Energy made fundamental improvements in the FIT program based on successful models worldwide, which presents resolute support of Iranian government to develop renewables. In addition to revising the rate and term of the tariffs, the Ministry of Energy has set technology-specific and size-specific tariffs to guarantee the profitability of different projects specially photovoltaics.
For instance, the following prices have been set for solar PV projects: 8,000 IRR/kWh for projects with capacity less than 20 kW; 7,000 IRR/kWh for projects less than 100 kW
In this regard, the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Organization (SATBA) which is responsible for all missions and legal operations on renewable energy in Iran, signs a power purchase agreement with the producer, and guarantees to purchase the entire electricity generated for twenty years at rates adjusted annually according to the inflation. The support scheme is budgeted through renewable electricity charges on the electricity bills delivered to all consumers.
For more information on this, you may visit the SATBA website.
Guaranteed Renewable Power Purchase in Iran

A feed in tariff (FIT) scheme has been enacted and enforced in Iran. According to this scheme, the Iranian government sets a fixed price for purchase of renewable power, and guarantees to pay it to producers, over a long period of time, for each  unit of electricity or kilowatt-hour (kWh), fed into the grid.

In 2015, the Iranian Ministry of Energy made fundamental improvements in the FIT program based on successful models worldwide, which presents resolute support of Iranian government to develop renewables. In addition to revising the rate and term of the tariffs, the Ministry of Energy has set technology-specific and size-specific tariffs to guarantee the profitability of different projects specially photovoltaics.

For instance, the following prices have been set for solar PV projects: 8,000 IRR/kWh for projects with capacity less than 20 kW; 7,000 IRR/kWh for projects less than 100 kW

In this regard, the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Organization (SATBA) which is responsible for all missions and legal operations on renewable energy in Iran, signs a power purchase agreement with the producer, and guarantees to purchase the entire electricity generated for twenty years at rates adjusted annually according to the inflation. The support scheme is budgeted through renewable electricity charges on the electricity bills delivered to all consumers.

For more information on this, you may visit the SATBA website.

Installing each kiloWatt of photovoltaic solar system will prevent the release of over 1,300 kg of CO2 per year.
This amount of CO2 is equal to the amount that a 1200 m² plant of tree can absorb annually.

Installing each kiloWatt of photovoltaic solar system will prevent the release of over 1,300 kg of CO2 per year.

This amount of CO2 is equal to the amount that a 1200 m² plant of tree can absorb annually.

Contact Us

SAMANIR, Member of Alborz Science and Technology Park
Sama Niroo Alborz Company
Address: Alborz Science and Technology Park, 3365166513, Karaj, Iran