“Up to one Megawatts capacity solar power solutions commissioned thus far”                            “BMM participated in SDC 9th Sustainable Development Conference 6- Dec 2016 at Marriot Hotel Islamabad”                            “Attended Punjab Energy Efficiency Conference regarding Net-Metering on 25th Nov 2016 “


All of us would like to reduce our electricity bills. All of us would like to get rid of load shedding and make use of clean and reliable power source. BMM is providing residential customers achieve this by combining energy efficiency and Solar PV to optimise their home energy. Our systems are fully scalable so you can start small and build up to complete independence over time. Our designed solutions are best optimized for the customer requirements with respect to cost and efficiency.

Hybrid Solar Systems

The solar panels produce DC current, feeding it to the charge controller where it gets converted in to usable 230V 50Hz AC.

Generally a normal household or commercial facility will not use all of the produced energy constantly exactly 100%. With a good solar system there is always an excess solar power during the day.

The produced excess electricity is then sent to a separate simple solar inverter to get it converted back to DC current and stored into a bank of Deep Cycle Batteries for later use.

During cloudy days and at night, the system will draw stored electricity from the batteries, converting it from DC to usable 230V 50Hz AC. If the batteries lack power to feed the power users, the control charger compensates with energy from the main grid.


How the system works

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Solar Panel

Solar Panel or Solar Modules is typically installed on the roof. These solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which convert sunlight into direct current (DC) power.

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The DC power from the solar panel is sent to an inverter, where it is converted into alternating current (AC) power, or standard electrical current used in your home.

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Electrical Panel

AC power travels from the inverter to the electrical panel, often called a breaker box. This power is now ready to use in your home.

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Utility Grid

Your home remains connected to the utility grid to supply you with electricity when you need more power than your solar power system has produced, such as at night.

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