Solar power is the conversion of energy from sunlight into electricity, either directly using photovoltaics (PV),
indirectly using concentrated solar power, or a combination
solar photovoltaic panel works by allowing photons, or particles of light, to knock electrons free from atoms, generating a flow of electricity. Solar panels actually comprise many, smaller units called photovoltaic cells. (Photovoltaic simply means they convert sunlight into electricity.)
The life of a solar system is 35years and the Tier 1 Solar Photovoltaic panel manufactures guarantees generation for 25years. The money invested and the return on investment is just 3-4years and then for the remaining years its absolutely free.
Solar panels require sunlight to generate electricity for your home so they do not work in darkness. Thus – the simple answer to this question is no. The confusion around solar working at night is often due to the concept of solar storage, which allows homes to still have energy supply at night.
Off grid system is basically used in places where there is no grid connectivity or as a backup power unit like the Inverter or a UPS. On grid system is connected to the Grid and helps in bringing down your EB bill or a ZERO EB bill
The solar panels requires very less maintenance cost or zero maintenance, It required just cleaning of panels
Solar Panels requires sunlight and requires shadow free sapce
It depends on your load and usage and how much units consumed in a day
Most Panel manufacturing companies gives 10years product warranty and 25years generation warranty
Most solar inverter provides free monitoring system and requires just an internet connection
Net metering (also known as net energy metering)is a solar incentive that allows you to store energy in the electric grid. … With the right size solar energy system, you can produce enough electricity to match your home’s electricity use for the entire year.
Not required for an off grid system but yes for an on grid system. Without the power supplier knowledge it cannot be connected to the grid.