Answer: The power generated by the solar power system offsets your utility electricity bill depending on the size and efficiency of the system and solar irradiance depending on the location. You will protect yourself from rising electricity rates in the future.
Answer: A solar energy system consists of solar panels, inverter and electrical wiring. From sunrise to sunset, solar panels made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity. Inverters convert the DC electricity into the alternating current (AC) electricity which is then transferred to your business’s main electrical service panel for use.
Answer: Sunlight consists of direct sunlight (direct radiation) and diffused sunlight (diffused radiation). During cloud cover, diffused radiation falls on your solar modules producing electricity lesser than the daily expected generation
Answer: Most solar panels have a guaranteed power life of over 25 years but studies have shown that their design life is more than 35 years.
Answer: Direct sunlight is ideal and solar panels produce less on cloudy days but produce electricity none the less. A rain shower actually rinses away the dirt and dust on the solar panels which allows them to work more efficiently afterwards.
Answer: The surplus electricity would either be sold back to the grid and accounted for using the net metering policy or will be stored in the form of batteries and used later by the same load center. Commercial analysis is done to weigh the different options under consideration. There are ways to suppress the output of the solar PV system if neither net-metering or batteries are available to offtake the excess available power.
Answer: Our systems are designed to have a useful life of 25 years or more.
Answer: Grid-connected inverters can provide usable power to all type of residential, commercial and industrial loads.