Green Solution:

Many hybrid systems are stand-alone systems, which operate “off-grid”—not connected to an electricity distribution system. The term 'green energy' refers to any electricity generated from renewable sources. This includes solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, biogas, and biomass, rather than carbon-heavy sources like coal and natural gas. Green energy is created with zero carbon emissions, providing the highest net environmental benefit. Wind, solar, and hydro are the most popular forms of green energy. These sources are renewable, meaning they can be replenished naturally and will never run out. They also emit no carbon dioxide, making them much cleaner than traditional power sources.

Solar Power Genration

Roof Top Solar Power


Roof Top Solar Power:

A rooftop solar power system is a great way to generate electricity from the sun. PV panels are mounted on the roof, where they can absorb sunlight and convert it into electricity. The various components of a rooftop solar power system include photovoltaic modules, mounting systems, cables, solar inverters and other electrical accessories. A typical rooftop solar power system can generate enough electricity to power a home or office for a whole day. Solar PV systems are not only used to generate electricity; they can also be used to heat water. Solar water heaters use the sun’s energy to heat water, which is then stored in a tank. This hot water can be used for cooking, bathing and other household needs. There are many benefits of using a rooftop solar power system. One of the most important is that it can help you save money on your electric bill.

On Grid Solar Power


On Grid Solar Power:

On-grid means your solar system is tied to your local utility's GRID. This is what most residential homes will use because you are covered if your solar system under or over-produces in regard to your varying energy needs. All this means for you is that your utility system acts as your battery space. So if you are creating more energy than you need, it will get sent back to the utility company and they will add credits to your account. If you are using more energy than you are producing, the utility company will draw from those credits. In short, on-grid means you are never without power. And because of this, your system is less complex and therefore has lower maintenance costs. On-grid solar can be less expensive upfront too because you don't need batteries as backup for when your system is not generating power.