Vsem services private limited leads government project in pan india, our company performing on several government project in bihar and uttarpradesh which named as prepaid electric meter installation, electric pole installation, gas pipe line project, water pipe line project and construction work in railway.
We are commited to complete all project at the time of execution, our expertise are responsible to execute of project and plan. Our skilled team reduces time with improve quality of work.
Gas pipeline project
GAIL India (GAIL) and Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) are undertaking the construction of a gas pipeline project in Bihar, India.
The project involves the construction of a 130km spur line from Gaya to Barauni to transport gas to Barauni fertiliser plant.
The project will include the construction of storage tanks, pipeline checkpoints, and other related facilities and the installation of gas valves and pipeline related infrastructure.
In October 2008, MoU was signed with IOC is part of GAIL’s vision to make petrochemical its second largest revenue earner, after natural gas transmission and marketing.
GAIL have been placed the orders for the pipes with Jindal Saw, MAN Industries (India), Essar Steel India and China’s Zhongyou BSS (Qinhuangdao) Petropipe Co Ltd. In June 2016, construction activities on the pipeline have commenced and are underway.
Smart Electrical Meter Project
The prepaid energy meter is running in Bihar our company work in 4 district which named as, Madhubani, Sitamarhi, Muzafferpur and Darbhanga. The aim of project is to reduce the queue at the energy meter billing counters, restrict the unwanted uses and false loop electric cycle.
Benefits of prepaid energy meter
- Electric bill efficiency
- Reduce wastage of energy
- Better customer service
- Can be controlled from any where
Solar Street Light Project
The emphasis for solar energy has been increasing every day in the context of Bihar with the installment of solar street lights in major cities and addition of solar technologies in buildings, institutions, etc. With a survey around the Bihar.
The solar street light does not need to set up the transmission line or route the cable, and no any special management and control are required. It can be installed in the entire public place such as the square, the parking lot, the campus, the street or the highway etc.
The street lighting is closely related to people’s daily life. Following quick
development in process of the global urbanization, the green, efficient, and long-life LED light gradually enters into our lives.
Installation of solar panel
The azimuth angle of the square solar cells is the angle of south direction and Vertical plane of the square, which is the direction during installation of the solar panels. In general, efficiency of the solar cell is highest when the square faces south. The declining angle is the angle between the surface of the solar cell and the horizontal plane which is the best declining angle that the square can make the maximum generating capacity per year.
The optimum declining angle is related to the local latitude and with the raise of the latitude, the inclination will also increase.
Solar Rooftop Project
The rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) segment is one of the fastest growing clean energy segments across the globe due to its ability to provide reliable power for both rural and urban customers, scale up investments through entry of multiple investors, empower energy consumers and enhance their energy security while helping utilities address critical transmission and distribution losses. The rooftop solar PV sector forms an important and critical part of Government of India’s 100 gigawatt target by 2022. Over the last two years there has been a tremendous thrust from the central as well as state governments to promote solar PV rooftop installations.
These thrusts have been in the form of policies, regulations, guidelines and even promotional subsidies at various levels. However, it is often observed that initiatives have not been able to address some critical technology, process and market related constraints, which have plagued implementation and capacity addition. This is primarily due to lack of understanding of the scope of the technology, the market, administrative setup and coordination required for rooftop solar PV deployment. Going forward, more and more government and private bodies aim to deploy rooftop solar PV programmes, but may have faced hindrances due to lack of experience and available resources. If you are reading this Best Practices Manual for implementation of rooftop solar PV programmes, we assume that you have already decided to take up a rooftop solar PV programme for your state or distribution area.