FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How Many Types of Solar Power System are there ?

There  are Two Types of Solar Power Systems .

  1. On-Grid Solar Power System
  2. Hybrid Solar Power System

2. How On-Grid Solar Power System Works ?

Features

→ Large Utility Scale Model

→ Night Power Drawn from Grid

→ Surplus Supply to Grid

Components of Ongrid Systems

→ Solar Panels

→ Grid-Tie Inverter 

→ Meters (For Net Metering Policy)

→ Grid

Benefits

→ Low Electricity Bills

→ Faster ROI

→ Better Savings 

Applicability

→ Best suited for Urban Areas with Strong Grid Connectivity

 

3. Advantages of On-Grid Solar Power System ?


Today, grid tied systems are the most common type of photovoltaic systems. A grid tied system will allow you to save more money with solar panels through better efficiency rates, net metering, plus lower equipment and installation costs. Often, solar panels will generate more electricity than what one is capable of consuming. With net metering, the users can put this excess electricity onto the utility grid instead of storing it themselves with batteries. Net metering plays an important role in how solar power is incentivized. Without it, the solar systems would be much less feasible from a financial point of view. The utility grid acts as a virtual battery, without the need for maintenance or replacements and with much better efficency rates. Grid tied systems do not provide protection from power cuts. When the electrical grid fails, grid tied systems will not continue to operate. This allows utility employees to fix the power lines safely without wasting time identifying solar energy systems that are still feeding electricity into the power lines.

4. How Hybrid Solar Power System Works ?

Features :
→ Surplus supply to the grid
→ Night power from battery
→ No blackouts ever

Components of Hybrid Systems :
→ Solar Panels
→ Meters (For Net Metering Policy)
→ Battery Systems
→ Hybrid Inverter

Benefits :
→ Low Electricity
→ High ROI
→ Feed-In Tarriffs

Applicability :
→ Home or Office
→ Micro-grids
→ Rural Areas
→ Agricultural Sector

5. Advantages of Hybrid Solar Power System ?

When choosing a solar power system, most households and businesses choose either a grid-connected or an off-grid system. But there’s a third option. A hybrid solar system combines the best of both worlds: the convenience of a grid connected system — including the ability to earn from the Net Metering— with the extra peace of mind of a battery backup. This means that even during a power blackout, you still have electricity. “NO BLACKOUTS EVER” Combining energy storage with a grid connection to your property, hybrid systems can provide the flexibility of being able to store the energy you generate during the day instead of feeding it back into the grid – typically at a low feed-in tariff. This energy can then be used in the evening instead of buying power back at a higher price. These hybrid systems are quite sophisticated. They are fully programmable and our in-house designers can custom engineer a system which will provide a smart combination of all the energy sources available to you, giving you a strategic advantage in the reliability, cost and environmental impact of electricity usage with the world’s best batteries.

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