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Residential Installation

Solar panels collect energy from the sun and convert it into electricity which is sent to the inverter. The inverter is one of the most important components of a solar power system and has two very important functions..
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Commercial Installation

Commercial solar is considered “distributed generation,” meaning that the energy produced by the system is used at or near the point of generation.
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Industrial Installation

Industrial Solar Power Systems. ... Industrial solar power, therefore, is a way to reduce the peak loading of the grid and do away with high tariff rates for the peak hours. Heavy peak usage & large available area make solar a perfect energy solution for industries.
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DESIGN

Solar photovoltaic system or Solar power system is one of renewable energy systems which uses Pv modules to convert sunlight into electricity

INSTALLATION

The Photovoltaic Panels are installed on Rooftop to get maximum possible sunlight and generate maximum electricity from the system

INSPECTIONS

Quality Inspections for PV systems-ensure that the installation is carried outn according to exact specifications and in compliance with relevant standards

FINANCING

Our Financing assintance makes it easy for homeowners and businesses to switch to solar

MONITORING

Monitoring offers information about energy consuption and generation ,optimizing energy usage and damage to your solar system

MAINTAINANCE

Solar Project maintainance canhelp maximize uptime and extend the life of the system ensuring optimal perfomance while minimizing the risk of downtime
Faqs

General Questions

  • How do solar panels actually work?
    Solar panels are made of highly excitable, conductive materials. When the sun’s rays hit the solar panels, the reaction creates direct current (DC) electricity. Since most homes and businesses use alternating current (AC) electricity, your solar-generated DC energy will pass through an inverter to become AC electricity. Then it flows through your property’s wiring and behaves just like the power you’ve been using your whole life
  • Is solar energy reliable and powerful enough for my home or business
    The only time your solar panels stop generating electricity is when the sun’s not out. That means at night and during eclipses. Solar energy isn’t a passing fad. It’s the key to a future of lower electricity bills and a cleaner environment.
  • Will my solar panels generate electricity during cloudy, rainy, or snowy days? What about at night?
    Your solar panels don’t need sunshine, per se, to generate electricity as much as they need direct, unobstructed access to the sun’s UV rays. Similar to how your skin still tans when it’s overcast outside, your solar panels will still generate electricity during cloudy, rainy, or snowy days — they just won’t produce as much energy as they do during clear days. Solar panels do not generate electricity at night since the sun’s not out. This is when staying connected to the power grid comes in handy as you’ll still have electricity to Netflix and chill
  • . Do I have to go off the grid when I switch to solar energy?
    In reality, you probably won’t want to go off grid. The practice is known as “islanding”, or when you connect your solar array to batteries so you’ll be able to power your home or business entirely on solar energy instead of using the utility company for power. The thing is, this practice is incredibly expensive and inefficient for most people. Batteries are not only expensive, they’re not as technically developed as solar panels (read: they clunk up the operation). They also need to be maintained and replaced routinely. Most solar adopters choose to stay on the grid out of convenience and money-saving When you stay connected to the grid, you’ll be able to generate credits with the electric company to lower the price of your bills. This practice is known as net metering.
  • What is net metering?
    You know how you have an electric meter on your property to record how much energy your home or business uses every month? When you switch to solar energy, you’ll have an electric meter that works both ways: 1. It will show the utility company how much energy you consume when your solar panels aren’t generating electricity (like at night) 2. It will show how much energy your solar panels generated during the day See, your solar panels will produce a lot of energy during the day when the sun’s the strongest. You most likely won’t use all this solar-generated power. Your excess solar energy will feed back to the grid and help supply power for the utility company. Your utility company will pay for your solar-generated electricity by giving you credits to lower your monthly electricity bill. So at the end of the month, you’ll only pay for the net amount of electricity. Let’s say you banked R1000 in solar energy credits and used R1500 worth of electricity for the month. Instead of paying R1500 like you normally would, you’ll only have to pay R500.
  • How much will I really save on my electricity bills every month?
    That depends on how much electricity your home or business uses, where you live, the rate your utility company charges for electricity, and several other factors. Most solar providers aim to offset 70–90% of your monthly electricity bill, so that’s a good place to start your calculations. If you want specifics on exactly how to do that, check out our super easy crash course to saving money with solar energy.
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