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Why should you go solar? I’m sure that you have heard a lot of things said about switching over to solar energy. So what motivates so many people to make a switch over to solar energy? Here’s a list of the 10 best reasons that people decide to go solar.
It’s good for the environment. Unlike conventional power, solar produces no harmful emissions that hurt the environment.
It’s a solid home investment. Many home improvements that you will make, will not add the same value that you put into them. Solar energy will save you money each month. In addition, the investment that you made in solar, will add its exact property value to the home.
Solar energy systems are durable. Solar panels have no moving parts, so they are not damaged easily. This lowers the chance for an interruption in service.
Solar can actually make you money! In certain states, excess solar energy pushed back onto the grid can be sold. This could provide an extra source of income.
Solar could help you afford that home improvement you’ve been wanting. Many people design a swimming pool or hot tub with their solar system in mind. On average a swimming pool adds $300 to your monthly energy bill. Your solar system could be designed with that extra usage in mind.
Solar has a fixed energy cost. Utility providers often raise energy costs, but your cost for a solar system would be the same monthly until paid off.
Being ahead of the curve. The future of energy is in renewable and clean energy. By converting to solar energy now, you’d be a step ahead.
You can use your solar energy all day. There’s a big myth that solar power only works when there is sun, so during the evening hours, you risk a power outage. This is untrue. Most solar energy providers keep you connected to the grid. During the morning and afternoon hours, when most people are at work, your solar system will produce more electricity than your home is using. This excess electricity is pushed back onto the grid. This literally causes your electricity meter to spin backwards. In the evening hours when the sun is down, you will be using the credited energy from the meter spinning backwards. This excess energy does not expire. It’s like roll-over minutes.
Solar energy is cool! Let’s face it, what’s cooler than the sun powering your home?
Either way, you can’t keep the money. Whether you’re spending money to make an investment in solar energy, or giving that money to your utility provider, that money is still being spent. Deciding to go solar is very much similar to deciding to purchase a home. You can invest in yourself and take control of your energy costs, or pay your utility provider for rented energy monthly.
Grid-tied or grid connected solar is a solar electricity system without batteries. Your home is hooked up to both the national grid and your solar electricity system, so you will always have electricity available at the flick of a switch; even at night, or if it is cloudy. You can install a solar electricity system of any size and you will only ever be billed if your power consumption is in excess of the amount you are generating.
The electricity grid acts as a 100% efficient and maintenance free battery while also providing unlimited ‘on demand’ energy. This is what makes grid connected solar electricity so attractive. It has all the benefits of being attached to the electricity grid but with a portion of your electricity bill never increasing in price.
Off-grid connected solar is a solar electricity system with battery backup. During the day the sun shines and charges the batteries as well as supplies power to your home. During the evening or on rainy days when the sun isn’t shining you use the power stored in the batteries. Your house is not connected to the national grid hence the name: off-grid.
Although there have been large price reductions in the cost of panels and inverters, batteries are generally quite expensive and require regular maintenance. Generally the idea of being off the grid is quite appealing but it does requires more investment.
convert sunlight into dc electricity
this converts the dc electricity to 240v 50hz ac electricity. The 240v ac energy is accustomed to energy home appliances with your home.
a unit displaying the imported and exported power to/from the grid Mounting structure for the solar panels on your roof/ground
Light striking a silicon semiconductor causes electrons to flow, creating electricity. Solar power generating systems take advantage of this property to convert sunlight directly into electrical energy.
Solar panels, which goes through a power inverter to become alternating current (ac) — electricity that we can use in the home or office, like that supplied by a utility power company.
Our solar pv system is designed to produce electricity sufficient for a day’s consumption. Any excess power produced during the day will be exported to the grid and will be utilized back during the night from the grid. This flow is monitored through the net meter.
There is a common misconception that solar panels need hot, mediterranean style weather in order to work efficiently. This is not true! Solar panels work by absorbing the light from the sun, not the heat, and turning it into usable electricity.
Therefore, solar panels will work just as well in cold weather, providing there is still some sunlight. Solanot work as efficiently in very overcast weather as there is not as much sunlight for them to absorb.
How will glsl conclude on the solar pv capacity for me?
We will need to analyze your capacity based on your
Net metering is a billing mechanism that credits solar energy system owners for the electricity they add to the grid. For example, if a residential customer has a pv system on the home's rooftop, it may generate more electricity than the home uses during daylight hours. If the home is net-metered, the electricity meter will run backwards to provide a credit against what electricity is consumed at night or other periods where the home's electricity use exceeds the system's output. Customers are only billed for their "net" energy use.
Financial credit for extra solar power produced No battery storage system needed No backup generator for when solar power is not available No maintenance – solar power without hassles
After the solar system has been installed, on behalf of the customer, glsl will handle the application for the net meter from ceb/leco. Thereafter an officer from the ceb/leco will visit your premises and will produce an estimate for the meter. Once this is paid they replace the existing meter to the net meter.
Domestic customers the excess power produced can be offset any time of the month and we can zero your bill based on your existing consumption. Commercial customers the excess power produced can only be offset during the day tariff time range (0530h-1830h)
Inverter – standard warranty 5years (optional – 10/15/20/25) Solar modules – 25 year transferrable power output warranty: 10 years / 90%, 25 years / 80% Linear performance warranty from simax power. 2 year material and workmanship warranty.
Your investment decided on your consumption and your requirement. Recover period will defend according to your tariff. Generally it vary from 3 years to 8 years.