advantages OF grid-tie solar
save money with net metering
Establishing a grid-connection with solar panels will help save you money. Not to mention, a lowering of both equipment and installation costs. Grid-tie systems are typically simpler to install due to the fully reliant nature of off-grid systems, making them an ideal fit for commercial and municipal properties. Usually, solar modules will produce more electricity than what is capable of being consumed. Net-metering allows consumers who generate some, or all of their own electricity, to use it at anytime, not just when generated. This also permits electricity generated by a solar system to offset the electricity used from the grid during the night or on cloudy days. Any excess can then be put back into the utility network instead of having to be stored with batteries, allowing owners to collect credits on their next electricity bill.
OWNERS OF GRID-TIE SYSTEMS CAN RECEIVE CREDITS FOR ELECTRICITY SENT BACK TO THE GRID AT THE SAME RATE AS THEY PAY.
the utility grid is your battery
The utility grid, is your virtual battery. Electricity must be spent in real time, however, it can be stored temporarily as other energy. By connecting to the utility grid, you eliminate the need to purchase or install your batteries or storage system. This grid type becomes a cost-effective, reliable storehouse solution. There’s the power back-up guarantee: as a grid-tie holder, you also receive the benefits of having access to reserve power from the utility grid in case your system stops producing electricity, for one reason or another. The electric power grid is in many ways, also a battery, without the need for maintenance or replacements, and with better productivity rates. Lowering you material costs and ensuring high-performance results for years to come. Simply put, grid-tie systems allow you to install solar modules to your business or home and reduce your overhead electricity costs.
GRID-TIE SOLAR IS PUTTING THE POWER BACK IN YOUR HANDS.
keeps the ENVIRONMENT green and clean
Both off-grid and on-grid solar systems are notably more environmentally-friendly than fossil fuel power. Solar energy systems do not produce water pollution, air contamination, or greenhouse gases. Using solar energy can have a beneficial effect on the environment when solar energy replaces or lowers the use of other energy sources that have larger effects on the Eco-system. Renewable energy allows for electricity production without having to burn fossil fuels, and thereby, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, particularly carbon dioxide. When these gases are burned, global temperatures rise and climate changes occur. From reducing greenhouse gases, improving our air quality and conserving our precious water, solar energy can help to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and lower energy prices for years to come.
HELP IMPROVE AIR QUALITY AND CONSERVE PRECIOUS WATER WITH SUSTAINABLE, CLEAN SOLAR ENERGY.