Concept to Comissioning ...&... Beyond

Energy is our Passion

SS Energy Ventures Private Limited is a IPP with the concept of exploring the "Nature's Power". We feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites us. We are excited to contribute to the Energy Sector, leading to Sustainablility.

Expertize, Experience & Professionalism are the driving force at the core of SSEV

SS ENERGY VENTURES PVT LTD. (SSEV), leads a group of companies and associates, began its journey in 2010 as a Power Project Developer. The primary objective is to create a niche in the power sector by providing C2CB (Concept to Commissioning and Beyond) solutions in the industry with a High focus on Renewable Energy Sector. With more than 10 years of C2CB experience in Hydro, Wind and Solar sector with one of the best engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) & R&D teams in power sector. With our prior experience in conventional power sector we do have years of experience and expertize in Coal, thermal and Gas based power plants.

In a very short span of time, we have successfully touched all major cities across India and have dedicated sales and execution team at different parts of the nation. With a successful development track record of over 1000+ MW power projects across nation, we have established ourselves as one of the best Strategic partners in the power segment.

With support from our partners, associates and vendors, we are always motivated to excel in customer management, project planning and execution. This motivation and trust of our customers has enabled us to set high quality benchmarks with on time completion of all our projects.



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Why choose SSEV?

We have 20+ years of proven experience and expertize.
Professional & Transparent process.
We have strong & well established working relationship with all of our Clients, Vendors & Peers in the last 20+ years.
We always practice no conflict of interest under healthy competition. We are trusted by our Clients, Vendors & Peers in the Industry.
We have experienced complete project cycles in our segments, maintained our reputation and executed projects on time.


Open collaboration encourages greater accountability, which in turn fosters trust.

Process Driven

Eventually everything should connect - people, ideas, plan & objects, thus Process defines, ensures and outlines the quality.

Contineous Evolution

What worked yesterday may not work tomorrow in driving profits. Innovation and clients needs evolve by the minute.We're always upto date with Market Needs.

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With the concept of exploring the "Nature's Power" Our primary objective was to create a niche in the power sector by providing C 2 C (Concept to Commissioning) solutions in the industry with a high focus on Renewable Energy Sector.

Our journey enabled us to gain experience and expertize. It also helped us understand there is a beyond Commissioning too in our world. So now we have developed C 2 C & B Services. Concept to Commissioning and Beyond set of Services.

Experience & Expertize

All our service offerings are carefully planed and claibrirate to completely meet all of the specifics.

Process Driven

SSEV always adopts proven processes as our foundation, we have with time Optimized & Validated them.

ERP Based Workculture

Every Project is Planed, Processed, Managed & Monitored on our ERP, thus reducing mistakes & gain productivity.

Quality is not act. It is a habit.

Almost all quality improvement comes via simplification of Design,Manufacturing,Layout,Processes & Procedures.

Engineering Service

We offer Engineering Services incorporating Pre-Plan drafts for transformation into a Conceptual Design Plan with the right technical approach and also we will meet the necessary relevant local and International Standards with respect to technology & equipment’s selection, Electrical & Civil design and Safety aspects.

Pre- Plan drafts
Detailed Engineering Plan
Review and Documentation

Based on the Defined Standards, tabulated key technical considerations and Specified Specifications, a detailed engineering plan are designed and executed to ensure that the “Design Engineering Implementation” has met all the prerequisites for initiating Construction.

Overall Project Layout

The layout of the shadow-free area consisting of modules based on the Geo-Technical and Hydrology Studies.
Overall Plant Layout indicates the location of various equipment and buildings.
Shadow diagram with respect to the distance between the rows of modules, and Keep outs or Obstructions in the site.
Internal and Peripheral Road Cross Section.
Module Mounting Structure GA.

Civil and Infrastructure Design

Foundation and Construction drawings of Modules Mounting Structure (MMS), Inverter, Transformer and Inverter Control Room.

Preparation of Module Cleaning System with Water Treatment design and Instrumentation & Pipeline Network design.

Preparation of drawings for water storage sumps/overhead tanks and conceptual design for the water line from the bore well filtration unit.

Preparation of different types of Roads & Fencing Drawings as per site conditions.

Structural Work Design

Module arrangement table GA diagram in line with vendor drawing.

Review of Module Mounting Structure (MMS) diagram with STAAD Analysis from the vendor with necessary data for withstanding higher wind speed.

Design and Review of Pre Engineered Building for Inverter room and Watchtower.

Electrical Work Assessment

Electrical DC Drawings

DC Side Single line diagrams.
String Combiner Boxes (SCB) Co-Ordinate Layout.
Cable and Conduit design calculation.
Cable trench layout.
Earthing Design Calculation and Layout.
Comprehensive BOQ Estimation.

Production Yield Assessment

Meteorological Analysis.
Uncertainty Analysis.
P50, P75 and P90 production forecasts.

Electrical AC Drawings

Complete AC Side Single Line Diagram.
Short Circuit Force, Fault Level and NCT Calculation.
Inverter, MCR and Switchyard Equipment Layout.
LT, HT and Communication Cable Sizing Calculations.
LT, HT and Communication Cable Schedule.
Auxiliary Single Line Diagram for Inverter, MCR and Switchyard.
Auxiliary Trafo, Battery and UPS Sizing Calculation.
MCR, Switchyard, Inverter Transformer Yard Earthing Calculation.
Design of MCR, Switchyard, Inverter Transformer Yard Earthing Layout.
Internal and External Lighting Layout.
DSLP Calculation and Layout for Switchyard.
Complete Plant SCADA DI, DO and AI Estimation.
Comprehensive BOQ Estimation.
Interface Engineering with Electrical Contractor.

Procurement Services

We at SSEV assure to protect the owner’s interest by confirming that the technical, procurement specification and construction are adhering sufficiently to the standards and regulations. The constant review will be made at every phase of the project. The procurement selection criteria is based on the following:

Estimation of Bill of Quantity

Preparation of detailed BOQ (Bill of Quantity) with technical specifications for procurement of following major items (SOLAR Project BOQ):

Modules, Inverters, Module Mounting Structure (MMS).
String combiner boxes (SCB), DC, AC, Control cables & Connectors.
SCADA System, Module washing system, Power interfacing panel, Fire Alarm protection, Lightning system, Earthing system, Cables, Transformers, Switchgear panels, Civil works for building and AC electrical installation & miscellaneous supply.
Validation of equipment cost based on vendor quotes for various equipment and systems for firming up project cost.

Request for Proposal (RFP) & Review

Preparation of RFP documents with technical specifications, standard bill of materials (BOM).
Reviewing of all the required components to be procured, providing clarifications, submitting offer evaluation report.
Review of vendor documents such as specification sheet/datasheet, obtained BIS/IEC certifications, test reports and certifications warranty documents, organization profile, etc.
Working out various options and alternatives and carrying out financial analysis for each option.
Presenting the results of the above analysis to clients to have a proper understanding of anticipated profitability and strategize to arrive at a competitive final price to be offered to the vendor.

Feasibility Study

Site Selection Criteria

Site survey & connectivity.
Power Evacuation feasibility.
Hydrological survey.

Technology Selection

Performance & Efficiency factors.
Identifying Reputed Suppliers.

Potential Challenges

Environmental Impact.
Mechanical Constructability.
Socio-Economic Impact.
Risk Mitigation.

Assessment of Energy Potential

Meteorology analysis (ground Vs satellite data).
Solar Assessment & Shadow Analysis.
Preliminary Solar resource and yield.
Probability analysis (P50, P75 & P90).

Cost Estimate

Development cost.
Engineering cost.
Land cost.
Equipment cost.
Construction cost.
Operational cost.
Cash flows & Returns.

Reports for energy yield analysis, feasibility report and Detailed Project Report (DPR).


Pre-bid Engineering activities include understanding tender criteria, arriving at the overall configuration, equipment sizing to suit tender stipulations, a compilation of technical as well as the commercial bid with focus on optimum design and cost.

Estimation of project cost based on the expertise and database of SSEV including all the cost components w.r.t equipment, design, engineering, manufacture, installation and commissioning as well as other fixed costs, O&M cost, etc.,

Broad Scope of Pre-bid Engineering services include:

Review of RFP Documentation.
Project Startup and Financial Requirements.
Contractor and Owner’s basic Obligations.
Project Warranties and Plant performance benchmarks.
Technical Specifications.
Project Performance Guarantee Estimation like CUF, PR or kWh/Annum.
Defects Liability Criteria.
Project Acceptance Criteria.


SSEV’s technical due diligence service supports owners and investors during acquisitions or any other transaction involving a change of ownership.

Example : Solar due diligence service by the IA team includes the following:

Engineering Review – Review of IFC engineering drawings and As-built drawings.
Review of Land Leases – Legal lease documents, surveys, and title work.
Review of Power Purchase Agreements (PPA), EPC contracts – Terms and pricing.
Project Costing – Evaluate cost of plant, machinery, land and interconnected facilities.
On-site Analysis – Solar Resource Assessment, Inspection and fault detection of PV system design, PV components, Constructional & Quality aspects, Assessment of plant’s performance on energy yield predictions, spares at site, O&M services and Healthiness of Equipment’s.
Energy Yield Assessment – Review of client energy yield losses in comparison to actual at site, Computation of Uncertainty & Actual losses and Estimation of New Energy Yield Assessment – P50, P75 and P90.
Special Services – IV Curve Tracing, Infrared Inspection, Independent PR Test.


Pre-financial closure phase (Technical & Commercial due diligence)
Review of project feasibility.
Review of project design.
Project commercial appraisal.
Review of agreements.
Review of cost-breakup and schedules.
Review of BOM and technical specifications.
Verification of approvals and Clearances.

Implementation phase Physical progress monitoring.
Verification of actual cost incurred.
Scrutiny of Test reports.
Periodic site inspections.
Review of drawdown requests.

Post commissioning phase Review of O&M arrangements.
O&M schedule review.
Comments on Adequacy of spares.
Periodical performance assessments.
Periodical O&M site inspections.


Plant performance assessment aims at improving operational and maintenance practices to sustain productivity, reliability, energy efficiency, and optimum life-cycle costs.
Study Includes:
On site Solar Resource Assessment.
Energy loss and Downtime analysis.
Operation and maintenance practices.
Existing Plant asset walkthroughs.
Equipment Healthiness Check.
Module Degradation Analysis using IR Thermography and IV Curve Tracing.
Quality, Environment, Health, and Safety (QEHS).


Subcontracting solar power plant management to Third-Party Consultants (TPM) results in smarter operations that can reduce costs, optimize energy production and trim downtimes to the least. We are offering “Asset Management Services” in coordination with our renowned partners in the Industry. We take charge of the entire management of the plant which includes managing technical and administrative processes, verifying contractual obligations and managing supplier and customer relationships, warranty follow-ups and all other relevant activities of the project. Keeping owners fully informed, we are always focused on maximizing your investment returns.

Technical Management and Reporting.
Financial/Commercial management and Reporting.
Grid Management.
Buyer and Seller Collaboration.
Plant Health Check & Reporting.


Our expertise is centred on maximizing energy yields through Standard design and selection of quality-good components. We guarantee our designs and implementing the procurement strategy as Owner’s Agent as well as we suggest the owner to appoint Installation contractors. We coordinate, supervise, and manage construction activities undertaken by the Installation contractor.

We currently manage all the following on behalf of our owners:
Engineering & Design Co-Ordination.
Store and HR Management.
Health and Safety.
Construction Supervision.
Plant Testing & Commissioning Support.
Plant Handover.
Our Services Include

Engineering & Design Co-Ordination

In order to maintain an effective engineering & design coordination, our site team ensures close monitoring of project documents and progress at the site and assist EPC/developer to maintain the following:
Design & Engineering Co-ordination between in-house site team and Developer/EPC team.
Facility Management by visiting site along with developer/EPC to overcome the bottlenecks and communication protocol.
To ensure updated drawings are maintained and followed at site.
Collection of Inputs for As-Built Drawings.

Store and HR Management

Maintenance of Incoming, Issuance of Stock Registers
Maintenance of DC and Invoice of Various Equipment’s and Materials
Preparation of Goods Receipt Note (GRN)
Maintenance of Issue and Return Voucher of Materials from Sub Contractors
Monthly Stock Statement and Final Reconciliation
Maintenance of all the statutory documents such as Attendance, ESI, PF and Insurance of Sub Contractors and other various agencies
Facilitate Approval from Local Labour Inspector

Construction Supervision

Monitor overall project progress and submit the Daily, Weekly and Monthly reports for Plan Vs Actual and the reason for deviations along with revised recovery plans for the overall activities for the project.
Organize and participate in the periodical project meeting with relevant stakeholders.
Proactively identify all risks and recommend actions to mitigate the same.
Supervision of construction works as per Quality standards (QAP) and submission of Non Conformity (NCR) and Critical Observations (COR) Reports.
During Mechanical Completion, We Provide Punch Point List related to each Sub Contractor scope of work.

Health and Safety Management

We depute HSE experts at the site for enhancing HSE practices and ensuring compliance with the HSE requirements.

Development of Health and Safety Management Manual for Approval from Client.
Implementation and Monitoring the Sub Contractor’s adherence to Standard Safety Working Procedures and Compliance to the HSE Manual.
Submission of Monthly HSE Performance Report.
We shall immediately report and investigate all HSE incidents, including Potential Incidents if any. And send a report with 24 hours of the incident.
To ensure effective communication on HSE issues, we will conduct various types of meetings (Daily HSE Meeting, Induction, Tool Box Talks Etc.) and display HSE information display boards and notices/signs at sites.
We conduct HSE Inspection & audits to identify deficiencies in existing HSE management system and suggest corrective action to improve the performance of system.

Plant Testing & Commissioning

We provide commissioning and system integration support in coordination with EPC contractors/Project Developer and equipment supplier to ensure plant safety and successful operation. Our Detailed Scope Includes:

Assist EPC Contractor/Developer in Preparation of Pre-commissioning checklists for various systems, equipment and services to achieve high construction quality.
Witnessing On-Site Test of DC String and SCB Voc Checking.
Witnessing all the On-Site Testing of Major AC Equipment such as Transformer, Inverter, HT Panel, C&R Panel, CT&PT & Other Switchyard Equipment’s etc.
Witnessing all the On-Site Testing of Minor LT AC Equipment’s such as LT Panels, Aux Trafo, UPS, Battery System, NIFPS and Fire Alarm System.
Witnessing On-site tests such as IR and Hi-Pot test of Cables and Earth Resistance test of all the individual Earth Pit.
Review Relay setting of Major Equipment.
Giving Inputs for SCADA Front End Screen/Display for efficient monitoring.
Special Services related to Module: Provide IR Drone Thermograph to identify Hotspots/Non Performing Modules or Strings. And IV Curve tracing on the Individual Module/Strings to measure the performance of modules/strings as per the datasheet.

Plant Acceptance Procedure

We provide proper handover of project documents such as witnessing plant acceptance tests report at various stages for a successful plant operation w.r.t to civil and electrical works. And assure the client that plant is constructed as per projected design and specification. Our Scope Includes:

Ensure the Mechanical Completion of the system as per the Approved Drawing and Specification with Minor remarks list, which has to be completed before handover or start of Performance Guarantee Period.
Preparation and submission of As Built drawings to the O&M Team.
Provide Project Completion Report.
Review of all the project completion documents such as O&M manual, Non Confirmation Report, Pre Commissioning and Site Test Reports and ensure the works have been carried out as per the agreed specification and standards.
Witnessing the Plant Performance for Provisional and Final Acceptance as per Contractual terms. If any shortfall in generation of units, we provide short and long term solutions to address the problem.

Quality Assurance

Our quality policy is an enabler for our team to upgrade their workmanship continuously and deliver products with zero defect adding value to our customers.
Implementing a Quality Assurance Plan (QAP) will efficiently diminish the technology risk associated with the solar investment. Robust quality systems need to be in phase for performing a vigorous material level evaluation, production process and post-production process.
We have stringent Testing and quality assurance plan at OEM place to maintain equipment standards as per project specifications and design requirements.
Our scope involves:

Site Quality Assurance Plan

Supervision of construction works as per Quality standards (QAP) and submission of Non Conformity (NCR) and Critical Observations (COR) Reports.
During Mechanical Completion, We Provide Punch Point List related to each Sub Contractor scope of work.

Module Quality Assurance

Review of BOM, IEC Certificate & Reports and Manufacturing Quality Plan.
Review of 3rd Party Certified PAN File or Factory Inspection report.
Factory Audit.
Incoming Material Inspection as per approved BOM.
In Process Inspection.
Pre Shipment Inspection.
Provide In-Process Inspection and Pre-Shipment Inspection reports.

Other Balance of System Quality Assurance

Factory Audit.
Review of BOM, IEC Certificate & Reports and Manufacturing Quality Plan.
Witnessing Factory Acceptance Test as per approved MQP.
Provide Pre Shipment Inspection report.
In Some cases, Provide Material Dispatch Clearance Certificate after reviewing the routine and Pre Shipment inspection reports.


“We Ensure The Best Mileage Of Your Project”

Constructing and Commissioning a well-designed plant is a half-done job. A well designed and installed PV grid-connected system should have a fault-free operation for many years. Timely Yields and profits to investors’ expectations, can be realized only through the healthy functioning of the plant. We take care of the health of plants through skilful Operations and Maintenance solutions to ensure top-notch performance and maximum production throughout its entire lifetime.

Be it single or multiple sites, we offer tailor-made services from small rooftop systems to large utility-scale systems. Our well trained and dedicated O&M team will ensure system up-time and maximize the performance ratio – thereby maximizing return on investment and monitor through numerous evaluations as per international standards. We command an all-seeing eye over the project to detect and our techie will inspect and improve even the slightest slag in the performance of the solar system.

We Guarantee on
Performance Ratio, Plant Uptime and Response time.
Maintenance and Inspection.
Remote Monitoring and Control.
Ensuring operative availability 24/7 and the PR.
Corrective maintenance.
Monitoring and reporting.
Spares Management.
On-Site Security.

Our Scope of Services Includes
Take over plant with proper HOTO Procedure and Checklist.
Maintain Standard Operating Procedure for Plant Start-up and Shutdown.
Maintain Daily/Monthly/Yearly Checklist to ensure Healthiness and safe Operation.
Daily Plant Report with Generation, Performance and Breakdown analysis.
Scheduled Preventive Maintenance as per SOP.
Corrective Maintenance in short with Breakdown & Correctness report.
Real-time Monitoring to maximize the generation.
Guaranteed Plant Availability of more than 98.5%.
Minimized Response time.
Guaranteed Performance ratio as per contract.
Ensuring 24X7 Operative availability.
Monitoring and Reporting – Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly and Yearly.
Spares and Warranty Management.
Round the clock Site Security service.
Regular Module Cleaning.
Regular Vegetation Cleaning.
Manual Seasonal Tilting.
MV/HV Maintenance.

Hydro Power

Hydroelectric power (hydro) is classed as a renewable energy due to the fact that it relies on the Earth’s natural water cycle's kinetic energy to generate electricity. With its 90% efficiency in converting the kinetic energy to electricity, and the fact that no fuels are burnt and no direct emissions are released into the atmosphere, it is often considered as a very clean form of electricity generation.

There are three types of hydropower facilities: impoundment, diversion, and pumped storage. Some hydropower plants use dams and some do not. The images below show both types of hydropower plants.


The most common type of hydroelectric power plant is an impoundment facility. An impoundment facility, typically a large hydropower system, uses a dam to store river water in a reservoir. Water released from the reservoir flows through a turbine, spinning it, which in turn activates a generator to produce electricity. The water may be released either to meet changing electricity needs or to maintain a constant reservoir level.


A diversion, sometimes called run-of-river, facility channels a portion of a river through a canal or penstock. It may not require the use of a dam.


Another type of hydropower called pumped storage works like a battery, storing the electricity generated by other power sources like solar, wind, and nuclear for later use. It stores energy by pumping water uphill to a reservoir at higher elevation from a second reservoir at a lower elevation. When the demand for electricity is low, a pumped storage facility stores energy by pumping water from a lower reservoir to an upper reservoir. During periods of high electrical demand, the water is released back to the lower reservoir and turns a turbine, generating electricity.
For hydropower developments to be successful and sustainable, it’s vital to identify, understand and manage the potential risks at every stage of the asset lifecycle.
For more than a century, hydropower developments around the world have been growing and greening the world’s electricity supplies by generating clean, reliable and cost-effective power from water. 


Global shifts in the energy sector are opening new opportunities for hydropower to provide much-needed storage and firming capacity to help stabilise grids as they integrate increasing levels of intermittent renewable technologies. This can be achieved through modification of existing hydropower storages, or the construction of new pumped hydro energy storages.
But hydropower developments, like all major power infrastructure, have their challenges – whether this is the potential for major cost increases due to unforeseen risks, or environmental impacts as a result of dam construction.
SSEV’s depth of knowledge, Experience and understanding of all aspects of hydropower enables us to help our clients identify and define hydropower opportunities, whether new projects or upgrades to existing; whether larger hydropower projects or small hydro. This same knowledge and understanding enables us to help our clients identify, understand and manage the full range of risks associated with hydropower developments at every stage, giving their projects the best outcomes.

Our unique asset-owner heritage has given us a decade of real-world, hands-on experience, insights and expertise. We have been intimately involved in the planning, design, construction and ongoing operation and maintenance of the Tasmanian hydropower system.

We continue to build on this knowledge and experience, delivering practical and effective solutions for our clients in the Asia-Pacific region and Africa, across the full spectrum of hydropower development, operations and maintenance.

Our services include:
planning and acquisitions.
sustainability assessments.
feasibility studies.
detailed design.
owner’s or lender’s engineer.
operations, maintenance and refurbishment.
asset management.
capability development.

Wind Power

Wind energy (or wind power) describes the process by which wind is used to generate electricity. Wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the wind into mechanical power. A generator can convert mechanical power into electricity. Mechanical power can also be utilized directly for specific tasks such as pumping water. Wind is caused by the uneven heating of the atmosphere by the sun, variations in the earth's surface, and rotation of the earth. Mountains, bodies of water, and vegetation all influence wind flow patterns. Wind turbines convert the energy in wind to electricity by rotating propeller-like blades around a rotor. The rotor turns the drive shaft, which turns an electric generator. Three key factors affect the amount of energy a turbine can harness from the wind: wind speed, air density, and swept area.

Wind Farm Development

Siting a wind farm varies from one location to another, but there are some important matters for land owners to consider:
Understand your wind resource
Evaluate distance from existing transmission lines
Determine benefits of and barriers to allowing your land to be developed
Establish access to capital
Identify reliable power purchaser or market
Address siting and project feasibility considerations
Understand wind energy’s economics
Obtain zoning and permitting expertise
Establish dialogue with turbine manufacturers and project developers
Secure agreement to meet O&M needs

Necessary Services to Avail

Wind power project or WPP involves development through own resources and manpower or by availing the technical services from consultant organisations:

SITE IDENTIFICATION: The process starts with regional overviews and precision GIS mapping, through which the specific opportunities are determined at a feasible site. This also involves mapping of project boundaries, turbine micro-siting and optimisation.
WIND RESOURCE ASSESSMENT: Accurate Wind Resource Assessment of a widely variable resource is the most critical feature for success of a WPP. Meso-Scale and then Micro-Scale Wind Power Density/Wind Speed Map is produced for the site location through input of accurate contour/terrain data. Ideal spot is selected to install Anemometry System. The recorded wind data is critically analyzed and formatted to represent wind characteristics. A preliminary wind resource assessment can be carried out by using the freely available Global Wind Atlas.
MICRO-SITING & ENERGY ESTIMATION: This constitutes the foundation of a Wind Power Project. Wind Resource data is formatted in terms of Speed and direction. The characteristic power of selected Wind Electric Generator (WEG) is formatted. Detailed Contour data at close interval is prepared indicating roughness and terrain features. WEG layout is optimised and Micro-siting Map is prepared using software and then estimated is energy generation.
DETAILED PROJECT REPORT: Once the site, make and rating of WEG and the selling option are finalized, detailed survey and field study is conducted. Comprehensive layout design is prepared with optimization of generation along with detailed design for approach road and grid evacuation. Detailed costing and financial analysis is carried out to establish overall viability.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Implementation and Management of Wind power project, WPP, calls for Multi-disciplinary activities related to Technical, Financial and Commercial aspects. Not only quality of works needs to be checked, it is equally important to ensure close co-ordination and monitoring for timely commissioning.
MONITORING: Energy generation with respect to wind resource, frequency and type of machine and system failures needs to be critically monitored and analyzed to optimize generation. Income from WPP can be optimized only if break down and failure of WEG and evacuation system is avoided particularly during the limited high wind months.
PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT: For the existing Wind Power projects also there is often need to ensure its performance improvement, which goes down with time. Critical analysis of monitoring reports along with on-site observations and in depth study immensely help in performance improvement through reduction in break-down time and interval losses. Due to seasonal availability of wind resource, generation increasing in cubic proportion of wind speed and overall low Plant Load Factor, parameter setting and operational/control logic needs to be site specific.
LENDER'S ENGINEERS: To meet the need of expert engineers to serve a project especially for a definite term or contract, where the task may not be managed with the available resources, the clients are provided Lenders Engineer’s services as per the requirements assessed mutually with the client. This involves serving through deputing or appointing suitable personnel and thus meeting the need of the project at a given point of time of various technical types.

Land Requirements

The amount of land required for a wind farm varies considerably, and is particularly dependent on two key factors: the desired size of the wind farm (which can be defined either by installed capacity or the number of turbines) and the characteristics of the local terrain[14]. Typically, wind turbine spacing is determined by the rotor diameter and local wind conditions. Some estimates suggest spacing turbines between 5 and 10 rotor diameters apart. If prevailing winds are generally from the same direction, turbines may be installed 3 or 4 rotor diameters apart (in the direction perpendicular to the prevailing winds); under multi-directional wind conditions, spacing of between 5 and 7 rotor diameters is recommended.


Each wind farm is unique, with a set of very specific local challenges that go well beyond immediate technical issues, such as choosing the appropriate technology.
For a wind farm to be successful it needs to provide an attractive commercial return, be expertly designed to make the most of the local wind resource, connect effectively to the grid and integrate with the electricity market, and satisfy important environmental and community considerations.

SSEV draws on more than 10 years of experience at the forefront of the industry developing and delivering wind farms in India. Around the world, we have been involved in more than 10 advanced and operational wind farms.

Our team can guide you through the full spectrum of activities in developing, constructing, commissioning, operating, and upgrading your wind farm. We are increasingly called upon for smart integration of hybrid renewable energy generation, such as adding solar and battery storage into new or existing wind farms to optimise the generation profile or to provide frequency control ancillary services (FCAS). And for long-term storage, clients are turning to us for site selection and feasibility of pumped hydro energy storage.

Our guidance extends well beyond a purely technical consultancy. Due to our unique asset-ownership experience, we can offer you the benefit of our insights and experiences of negotiating major contracts and agreements, working with legal and commercial service providers, and supplying specialised technical services for EPC contractors.

We have also worked closely with investors to help them make informed decisions when investing in renewables and have assisted developers seeking project financing by preparing bankable yield estimations.

Our services include:
pre-feasibility and feasibility studies.
resource monitoring and data collection.
resource assessments and energy estimates.
GIS and spatial solutions.
wind turbine technology assessments.
community consultation.
planning permits and environmental impact assessments.
power system studies and grid connection compliance testing.
balance of plant design.
reactive power and voltage control design.
optimisation of operations.
options studies.
technical due diligence.
advisory services to prospective investors.
owner’s engineer services.
ECI and EPC design.

Solar Power

Utility-scale solar photovoltaic technologies

Convert energy from sunlight directly into electricity, using large arrays of solar panels. Solar photovoltaic technologies convert solar energy into useful energy forms by directly absorbing solar photons—particles of light that act as individual units of energy—and converting part of the energy to electricity.

Components of a Utility Scale solar power plant:
The utility scale solar power plant can be split in to DC and AC systems which include the following electrical components.
Various Components in

The DC system includes:
• Arrays of photovoltaic (PV) modules
• Inverters • DC cabling (module, string and main cable) • DC connectors (plugs and sockets) • Junction boxes/combiners • Disconnects/switches • Protection devices • Earthing

The AC system includes: • AC cabling • ACDB • Metering Equipment • Earthing and surge protection

Types of Solar PV Cells
In terms of the solar technology used, there are 3 main types of solar PV cells available. All 3 are built out of silicon and each has its advantages and disadvantages. An experienced installer will be able to help you choose which technology is best for your home and answer any questions you may have.

Mono-crystalline solar PV cells are produced from a single crystal of silicon (grown from highly pure molten silicon). This crystal is then cut into thin wafers between 0.2mm and 0.3mm thick, which then form the basis of the solar PV cell. These solar PV cells are the most efficient, however, they also tend to be the most expensive to produce. They are rigid and are mounted in a rigid frame for protection.

Polycrystalline solar PV cells are made from a slice cut from a block of silicon, but unlike mono-crystalline solar PV cells, polycrystalline solar PV cells contain multiple silicon crystals. This gives them a blue marbled appearance (rather than the much darker color of mono-crystalline solar PV cells). Polycrystalline solar PV cells are slightly less efficient than mono-crystalline cells; however, they are also less expensive to produce .These solar PV cells also need to be stored in a rigid protective frame.

Amorphous or Thin Film Solar PV Cells Amorphous solar PV cells are a type of ‘thin film solar cells’ and are made from a thin film of amorphous (non-crystalline) silicon. This can be placed on a wide range of different surfaces and, because the amorphous silicon layer is flexible, if placed on a flexible surface, then the whole solar PV cell can be flexible. These panels are the least expensive to produce but are also the least efficient. When buying amorphous solar PV cells, you should be aware that a characteristic of this type of solar PV cell is that the power output decreases over time – typically the largest decrease is in the first few months, after which the power output stabilizes. This means that the quoted power output of amorphous solar PV cells should always refer to the maximum power after this stabilization.


Utility-scale solar power is booming around the world but it comes with a range of challenges that must be overcome if a project is to be successful.

SSEV has significant renewable energy development experience, from pre-feasibility right through to commissioning, optimising operations and asset management of off-grid power systems and utility-scale solar farms.

Our team works with you to overcome potential challenges when developing a solar project, helping to avoid pitfalls and maximising the success of your development. These challenges include community engagement, grid connection, planning approvals, design, implementation and unlocking project financing.

Partnering with our clients, we have built a strong understanding of solar layout design optimisation, detailed electrical design, power system studies and grid connection issues.

We are increasingly called upon for smart integration of hybrid renewable energy generation, such as adding other generation sources and battery storage to optimise the generation profile or to provide frequency control ancillary services (FCAS). And for long-term storage, clients are turning to us for site selection and feasibility of pumped hydro energy storage.

We have also worked closely with investors to help them make informed decisions when investing in renewables and have assisted developers seeking project financing by preparing bankable yield estimations.

SSEV has made good contributions to the solar industry in India.

Our services include:
Pre-feasibility and feasibility studies.
Resource monitoring and data collection.
Resource assessments and energy estimates.
GIS and spatial solutions.
Solar technology assessments.
Community consultation.
Planning permits and environmental impact assessments.
Power system studies and grid connection compliance testing.
Solar DC and balance of plant design.
Operational support (performance ratio test).
Options studies.
Technical due diligence.
Advisory services to prospective investors.
Owner’s engineer services.
ECI and EPC design.

Waste to Energy Power

Biodigesters are designed to process any biodegradable waste in to Biogas and Organic Fertilizer. A huge quantity of Organic materials is wasted everyday and is generally dumped into garbage. This garbage stinks and pollutes the atmosphere and the environment. The food management has been the area of concern in most of houses/Establishments. SSEV has introduced the "BIODIGESTER" for converting the organic waste into energy, by using the concept of Anaerobic digestion which is natural breakdown of organic materials into Biogas and Organic Fertilizer.

Our product will take the waste as intake by providing scientific way of waste disposal system and provide you Free Gas and Free Organic manure. Our products are totally environmental friendly and will help the society in many aspects like healthy and scientific disposal of kitchen waste, providing free gas and organic fertilizer etc.,

Need of the Hour

Seen in this context the bio-digester plays several roles. It can be:
        A source of fuel for cooking
        A source of fuel for lighting/Electricity,
        A source of organic fertilizer for:
                Water plants.
                Fish ponds.
                A means of de-contaminating wastes rich in organic matter.

The appropriate use of bio-digesters can also give rise to a number of related socio-economic benefits that come about through improvements to:

        The quality of life for rural women and children due to:
                Reduced workload (less firewood has to be collected).
                Cleaner kitchen and cooking utensils.
        The fertilizer value of manure
                Organic N is converted to NH4-N.
        The environment
                Reduced methane emissions.
                Less deforestation.
Finally, we should accept that, “We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children” ... its our social responsibility to save the earth, lets do our best for the environment protection.....we need to work and adopt products like "BIODIGESTER"


Our Team is the reason behind our growth and success. We have an open work culture, we beleive in discipline, focus, dignity of labour and humanity.

Subba Rao Pampana

Managing Director

MBA in Finance, Graduate in Commerce and Law.

17+ years of experience in Power Sector.

On the board of M/s. Raajratna Energy Holdings Private Limited, which is holding more than 900 MW hydro port folio in India and abroad.

Instrumental in implementation of many conventional power projects like Coal, Lignite & Gas as well as various Renewable projects at KSK Energy Ventures.

N V S Raju

Director Technical

Graduate in Electrical Engineering.

Over 20 years of experience in Power Sector.

Managing Director of M/s. NVS Electricals and Power Private Limited, which is into the business of power evacuation of HT, LT lines, substations and other associated works.

Director in various other power companies in Hydro and Wind sectors.

Sree Devi Rao Pampana


Graduate in Arts.

Over 12 years of experience in Administration and HR.

Director in various other power companies in Hydro and Wind sectors.

Actively participated in Implementation of group projects.

Kiran B R G

Director - Investments, Marketing, & Liason

BE in Computer Science VTU - FCD.
Two years of R&D work at Sungard.
Pursued MSc Computer Science - Oxford University.
5+ years Wealth Manager & Consultant - Tech & Finance.
Consulted for 400+ MW hydro, Wind & solar projects in India and abroad.
Instrumental in implementation of various power projects & R&D in power sector at SSEV, currently authoring Patent thesis in the field of Power Generation.


Vice President - Resources

Graduate in Civil Engineering.

Over 20 years of experience in Power Sector.

Managing Partner of a Grade – I civil contracting firm.

Director in various other power companies in Hydro and Wind sectors.

Actively participated in identification and conceptualizing of Wind and Hydro projects.

Mohanbabu Bhumireddi

Vp - Operations Thermal & Gas power

B.Tech (Mechanical) and MBA in Finance.
27+ years of experience in Power Sector.

Boiler Operations Engineer Certification (B.O.E) from A.p Directorate of Boilers in 2006. Lead more than 50 Service engineers team teams to handel 2000+ MW power plants in India across 40 locations.

Instrumental in implementation of many conventional power projects like Coal, Lignite & Gas as well as various Renewable projects at KSK Energy Ventures.

Srinivas Yasoda

Vice President - Marketing & Business Strategy

Graduate in Cost & Works Accountants of India (ICWAI) and an MBA from Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies, Pune.

15+ years of experience in Marketing, Corporate Affairs & Business Development.

Director in various other power companies in Hydro and Wind sectors.


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