Solar power systems work by converting sunlight into electricity through photovoltaic (PV) panels. The PV panels contain semiconductor materials that generate an electric current when exposed to sunlight.
Solar power systems are low-maintenance, requiring occasional cleaning and inspections to ensure optimal performance.
Yes, it’s often possible to expand a solar power system by adding more panels if your energy needs increase.
Grid-tied systems are connected to the utility grid and allow you to sell excess electricity back to the grid.
Off-grid systems are independent and store excess energy in batteries for use when the sun isn’t shining.Hybrid systems combine grid-tied and off-grid features, offering backup power during outages.
Solar power systems can still be beneficial in areas with moderate sunlight, as they can generate electricity even on cloudy days. However, the energy output may be lower than in regions with abundant sunlight.
Many countries offer specific incentives, tax benefits, or grants for businesses and commercial properties that install solar power systems. These incentives can vary depending on the location and the size of the installation.