How to install solar panels at home

How to install solar panels at home

How to install solar panels at home
 
From time to time we look for alternative ways to meet the demand for electricity. What many of us don’t know is that we can install solar panels at home as an alternative. Installing solar panels at home is as easy as it is affordable.
 
Originally, solar panels were used to extract energy from sunlight and convert it into electricity. Then the lights, fans, televisions are run with that electricity.
 
Where electricity is not available or is happening, solar energy can be used to meet electricity demand. These solar panels can be used not only for home but also for various business purposes.
 
The Ministry of Power, Energy, and Mineral Resources has published a report on their website on the installation of solar panels at home. It discusses the benefits and potential costs of solar power.
Solar Panel Buyers Guide [5 Tips]

Solar Panel Buyers Guide [5 Tips]

Solar Panel Buyers Guide

Remember this five things

  1. Use
  2. Power
  3. Technology
  4. Size
  5. Features

1. Use

Basically people are buying solar panels for specific purposes. We have two general purposes for selecting solar panels, E.g.

  1. For battery charging

Below are the benefits of your solar and off grid solar to reduce your battery charge or electricity bill.

  • Your home inverter battery will charge from solar and it will not use grid electricity
  • Never face the problem of power outage.
  1. For reducing electricity bill.

And you need solar for reduction and the benefits of on-grid solar are below

  • During the day your electrical appliances like AC, cooler, fridge etc. will run on solar power.
  • You do not have to pay the electricity bill.

2. Technology

Technically there are two types of solar panels

  • Poly crystalline solar panels
  • Mono crystalline solar panels

Advantages of polycrystalline: Current solar panels on the market produce less energy than polycrystalline solar panels

The advantage of mono crystalline: Mono crystalline solar panels produce high power and work even in low light and cloudy weather

Solar Panel Buyers Guide

3. Power

Choose solar panels based on battery size or monthly electricity bill. If your primary need is to charge your home inverter battery, you can opt for a 10 watt – 430-watt capacity solar panel If your primary need is to run AC appliances by saving electricity bill, you can opt for 330 watt-430 watt solar panels.

4. Size

Solar panels can also be made smaller in size as a roof range or space. Power uses a better roof 300 watt – 365 watt solar panel available in 2 by 1 meter size. If you need a high wattage panel, take a 365-watt panel

5. Features

IP 67/68 junction box: The panels are kept outdoors. So, your solar panel junction box must have IP 67/68 which protects the panel from dust. Connected wires and connectors connect easily to solar panels and reduce electrical leaks

Climate change may paint a dark future, but with moves in the right direction – such as the invention of solar technology – we can preserve the planet’s precious resources and undo some of the damage.

As well as being accessible and affordable, solar panels are as effective as converting sunlight into energy as conventional solar panels are. In fact, that they allow more people to benefit from solar technology means that they are actually more effective.

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Advantages of Solar Energy

Advantages of Solar Energy

Advantages of Solar Energy

1. Renewable Energy Source Among all the benefits of solar panels, the most important thing is that solar energy is a truly renewable energy source. It can be harnessed in all areas of the world and is available every day. We cannot run out of solar energy, unlike some of the other sources of energy. Solar energy will be accessible as long as we have the sun, therefore sunlight will be available to us for at least 5 billion years when according to scientists the sun is going to die.

2. Reduces Electricity Bills Since you will be meeting some of your energy needs with the electricity your solar system has generated, your energy bills will drop. How much you save on your bill will be dependent on the size of the solar system and your electricity or heat usage. Moreover, not only will you be saving on the electricity bill, there is also a possibility to receive payments for the surplus energy that you export back to the grid. If you generate more electricity than you use (considering that your solar panel system is connected to the grid).

3. Diverse Applications Solar energy can be used for diverse purposes. You can generate electricity (photovoltaics) or heat (solar thermal).

4. Low Maintenance Costs Solar energy systems generally don’t require a lot of maintenance. You only need to keep them relatively clean, so cleaning them a couple of times per year will do the job. If in doubt, you can always rely on specialised cleaning companies, which offer this service from around £25-£35. Most reliable solar panel manufacturers offer 20-25 years warranty. Also, as there are no moving parts, there is no wear and tear. The inverter is usually the only part that needs to be changed after 5-10 years because it is continuously working to convert solar energy into electricity and heat (solar PV vs. solar thermal). Apart from the inverter, the cables also need maintenance to ensure your solar power system runs at maximum efficiency. So, after covering the initial cost of the solar system, you can expect very little spending on maintenance and repair work.

5. Technology Development Technology in the solar power industry is constantly advancing and improvements will intensify in the future. Innovations in quantum physics and nanotechnology can potentially increase the effectiveness of solar panels and double, or even triple, the electrical input of the solar power systems.

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