1. String solar system which using A string inverter is connected to a series or “string” of solar panels and converts the power from Direct Current (DC) in to Alternate Current (AC) electricity, for the solar system as a whole. A string inverter will usually be located a short distance away from the array Read more about Different Types of solar systems[…]
When you find one quote ridiculously lower than most of others(same panel and inverter), you may need to think about it “WHY?” Company can easily reduce the cost by cutting important corners. You may find poor quality equipment(Kits and gears) and/or poor installation work in the end. Quality equipment and installation isn’t cheap and, like Read more about Why there are different prices on same panels and inverter packages?[…]
Understand your home electricity daily usage will help you decide how big the solar system will be suitable for you.
Electronic Devices: Upfront Cost: Electricity consumable (Per day): Life span Benefits TVs, computers and others $3,000 to $6,000 Depends on Brands and types 3Kwh to 10Kwh per day. Based on daily use of 6 hours and depend on power size of the device. 2 to 5 years’ life span with limited one to three years’ Read more about Does Solar System worth the MONEY?[…]
Solar panels perform at their best on a clear sunny day with no cloud cover. This does not mean that the conditions are going to be favorable all the time. Most often panel performance is reduced due to weather conditions like cloud cover or rain. In such conditions, solar panels produce their power from diffused Read more about Does Solar Panel Work on Cloudy or Rainy Days?[…]
FEED-IN TARIFF (FIT)FOR GRID-CONNECTED SOLAR POWER SYSTEMS A solar feed-in tariff is a rate paid for electricity fed back into the electricity grid from a designated renewable electricity generation source such as a rooftop solar panel system or wind turbine. At present, feed-in tariff regulations for renewable energy exist within Australia and they are widely considered one of the most effective Read more about Solar incentives–02[…]
There are two main incentives that can help pay off solar PV systems: small-scale technology certificates (STCs) and feed-in tariffs (FiTs). Small-scale technology certificates (STCs) Under the federal government’s Solar Credits Scheme, eligible households receive money for STCs created by their PV systems. STCs were formerly known as renewable energy certificates or RECs. Read more about Solar incentives–01[…]
You can easily determine how much electricity you use by looking at the back page of your last power bill. The amount of electricity you consume will be shown in kilowatt hours (kWh). This is the first step in determining how much you can save with solar power as well as which system is right Read more about How to get your daily power consumption?[…]