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    Top10 Reasons Why Photovoltaic Solar Energy Is Worth It Is it worth to use photovoltaic solar energy? YES! For this, there are good reasons. A solar PV system does not consume, but it gives back. This is fantastic. You invest and in return solar power is given back, every day, as long as the sun is shining. The photovoltaic solar energy is green energy for the house. The electricity does not come from any nuclear or coal-fired power stations at a distance of 100 km; it comes from your roof. Here are the Top 10 reasons, why you should say “Yes” to photovoltaic solar energy: 1) Onsite power generation and supply The electricity produced comes from the roof of your house, so it does not need to cover long distances. Cable losses are extremely low. The solar panel system = your local energy supplier. 2) Unlimited renewable energy source The sun shines every day whether it is behind clouds or not. The solar energy is available in unlimited quantities every day. Regenerative and always reusable, in this way the solar PV system produces your electricity every day. 3) Free renewable energy source Free unlimited daily photovoltaic solar energy. The sun rays strike the photovoltaic solar cells, and electricity is produced, and you do not have to pay anything! There is no bill sent from above. The sun rays are there, and they bring you electricity. 4) To be an example to others With your own small solar panel system, you are an example to the next generation, because green power ensures a more environmentally-friendly future for our children. 5) A secure, clean future The investment in photovoltaic solar energy has a future. Moreover, today, without using renewable energy sources it will not work. Whoever produces green electricity, contributes to a secure, clean future. 6) Save money on your electricity bill The power consumption remains the same every year, but the price rises. With photovoltaic solar energy, the electricity bill will be lower at the end of the year. 7) Photovoltaic solar energy increases the value of your property With photovoltaic solar energy, the price of your house increases and thus the solar panel system offers true added value! 8) Independence of energy supplier Who would say no, to finally being free of their energy supplier? If you produce your own power, you have moved some way towards independence. 9) Environmentally friendly A solar PV system consumes very little energy. The only one component, which works in the system, is the solar power inverter. In the morning, it needs a small amount of energy to start up, but as soon as the sun has risen, the electricity is produced but not consumed. 10) Solar panel system needs low-maintenance A solar panel system requires minimal maintenance and very little attention. When the sun rises, the electricity comes until it goes down again. Every day!
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    On-Grid On-Grid is also known as Utility-Interactive, Grid-Intertied, or Grid-Direct systems which is most common type of solar PV system. Grid-tied systems are connected to the electrical grid, and allow residents of a building to use solar energy as well as electricity from the grid. Grid-tied systems do not need to produce 100% of the electricty demand for a home or business. When there is no demand for energy, the solar panels send excess electricity back out into the grid for use elsewhere. When a home or business is using energy, but the solar panels aren't producing enough energy (at night, or on a stormy day), electricity from the grid supplements or replaces electricity from the panels. Owners of a grid-tied system complete a net metering agreement with their utility. This agreement allows utility customers to receive credit for the excess energy they generate, typically credited as a kilowatt-hour credit on the next month's bill. Net metering policies and agreements are different for each utility. Living with a grid-tied solar PV system is no different than living with utility electricity, except that some or all of the electricity you use comes from the sun. Grid-tied systems do not provide protection from power outages. When the electrical grid fails, grid-tied systems will not continue to operate. This allows utility employees to fix the power lines safely without wasting time identifying solar energy systems that are still feeding electricity into the power lines. System components: PV panels (multiple panels make up an array)Inverter(s)Electrical safety gear (i.e. fuses, breakers, disconnects)Monitoring system to monitor energy production (optional)
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    On-Grid On-Grid is also known as Utility-Interactive, Grid-Intertied, or Grid-Direct systems which is most common type of solar PV system. Grid-tied systems are connected to the electrical grid, and allow residents of a building to use solar energy as well as electricity from the grid. Grid-tied systems do not need to produce 100% of the electricty demand for a home or business. When there is no demand for energy, the solar panels send excess electricity back out into the grid for use elsewhere. When a home or business is using energy, but the solar panels aren't producing enough energy (at night, or on a stormy day), electricity from the grid supplements or replaces electricity from the panels. Owners of a grid-tied system complete a net metering agreement with their utility. This agreement allows utility customers to receive credit for the excess energy they generate, typically credited as a kilowatt-hour credit on the next month's bill. Net metering policies and agreements are different for each utility. Living with a grid-tied solar PV system is no different than living with utility electricity, except that some or all of the electricity you use comes from the sun. Grid-tied systems do not provide protection from power outages. When the electrical grid fails, grid-tied systems will not continue to operate. This allows utility employees to fix the power lines safely without wasting time identifying solar energy systems that are still feeding electricity into the power lines. System components: PV panels (multiple panels make up an array)Inverter(s)Electrical safety gear (i.e. fuses, breakers, disconnects)Monitoring system to monitor energy production (optional) For more info visit us at https://roopsolar.nowfloats.com/bizFloat/59ee7a6307a4f4053cd48a0a/On-Grid-On-Grid-is-also-known-as-Utility-Interactive-Grid-Intertied-or-Grid-Direct-systems-which-is-most-common-type-of-solar-PV-system-Grid-tied-systems-are-connected-to-the-electrical-grid-and-allow-res
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    What is it? Net-Metering allows households to generate ‘free electricity’ and set off the power produced, against the power used from the national grid. The consumer will pay only for the “net” number of units (kWh) used (from the grid) each month. In the event the consumer produces power in excess of his usage in a particular month, that number of units (kWh) will be carried forward to the following month. Solar India # Net Metering & Solar Netmetering India Let Solar Energy hire the sun to work for you! Installing #solarpanels helps both earth & you. Sareen Electricians Pvt.Ltd. purpose is to help our customers with the most reliable & cost effective solar solutions! Did you know when you go Solar you can buy a lifetime of electricity for less than what it cost you to pay your utility bill for five years? The sun's not going anywhere for the next few million years, so we have plenty of time to make the most of its light. Switch to Solar today. Solar Punjab (region) Take advantage of the Indian Government Subsidy. Contact :- 09872492002, 09779790007, 09653092002 #netmetering #solar Ongrid Rooftop Solar Power System #free #power #world #smart #tech #PEDA #RRECL #MNRE #HAREDA #APPROVED. #Ludhiana, Punjab, India #LUDHIANA #Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana #Ludhiana - ਲੁਧਿਆਣਾ #Ludhiana - The Smart City #PB 10 Ludhiana #Ludhiana #Ludhiana LIVE #Ludhiana College of Engineering and Technology # Punjab Group Of Colleges #greenenergy #solar #solarenergy #PSPCL #GNE #GoSolar #GoGreen #SavePlanet
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    Off-Grid It is possible to install a solar system that is independent of the electrical grid. This is called an off-grid system, and it requires that the solar panels are able to produce enough electricity to cover 100% of the energy needs of the buildling. Most homes have higher electricity demand in the evening or at night, so off-grid systems usually incorporate either a battery (to store energy produced during the day), a backup source of energy (like a generator), or both. Off-grid systems are more complex and less flexible than grid-tied systems. Off-grid systems are most common in remote locations without utility service. Off-grid solar-electric systems operate independently from the local utility grid to provide electricity to a home, building, Schools / Colleges, or RV (or remote agricultural pumps, gates, traffic signs, etc.). These systems typically require either a battery bank (to store solar electricity for use during nighttime or cloudy weather) a backup source of energy (like a generator), or both.  An off-grid solar system must be large enough to produce enough electricity to cover 100% of the energy needs of the buildling.  In all off-grid scenarios, electrical usage must be monitored and kept below the maximum output of the panels and batteries as there is no grid-source to supply excess power. System components: PV panels (multiple panels make up an array)Battery bankCharge controller (to protect the battery bank from overchargeling)InverterElectrical safety gear (i.e. fuses, breakers, disconnects)Monitoring system to balance energy consumption with production
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    Off-Grid It is possible to install a solar system that is independent of the electrical grid. This is called an off-grid system, and it requires that the solar panels are able to produce enough electricity to cover 100% of the energy needs of the buildling. Most homes have higher electricity demand in the evening or at night, so off-grid systems usually incorporate either a battery (to store energy produced during the day), a backup source of energy (like a generator), or both. Off-grid systems are more complex and less flexible than grid-tied systems. Off-grid systems are most common in remote locations without utility service. Off-grid solar-electric systems operate independently from the local utility grid to provide electricity to a home, building, Schools / Colleges, or RV (or remote agricultural pumps, gates, traffic signs, etc.). These systems typically require either a battery bank (to store solar electricity for use during nighttime or cloudy weather) a backup source of energy (like a generator), or both. An off-grid solar system must be large enough to produce enough electricity to cover 100% of the energy needs of the buildling. In all off-grid scenarios, electrical usage must be monitored and kept below the maximum output of the panels and batteries as there is no grid-source to supply excess power. System components: PV panels (multiple panels make up an array)Battery bankCharge controller (to protect the battery bank from overchargeling)InverterElectrical safety gear (i.e. fuses, breakers, disconnects)Monitoring system to balance energy consumption with production For more info visit us at https://roopsolar.nowfloats.com/bizFloat/59ee8bbad0eebe050ca2af43/Off-Grid-It-is-possible-to-install-a-solar-system-that-is-independent-of-the-electrical-grid-This-is-called-an-off-grid-system-and-it-requires-that-the-solar-panels-are-able-to-produce-enough-electricity-
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