If you are thinking to use solar power for your home, maybe this information is helpful for you.
Solar power for your home
Electricity price continues to rise. If you have plan install alternate source of energy for your home appliances. Then solar is the best source of energy and also it’s renewable and free of cost.
The size and power of the solar system are depending on the available area and your electricity consumption during the day. Solar is capable to power your all home electrical equipment and save electricity bill approx. 50 – 70%.
Solar power is available during the day. And it’s good to use all power for your home equipment. Three type solar PV systems are available which you can install as per your requirements.
1.) Grid-connected solar PV system.
2.) Grid-connected with battery storage system.
3.) Stand-alone solar PV system.
1.) Grid-connected solar PV system
Most common method to power your home by the grid-connected system which is cheapest and cost-effective solar system. In this system solar power you can use as you need, can sell excess electricity to the grid. Below image shows the basic schematic of a grid-connected solar PV system.
2.) Grid-connected with battery storage system
These systems are connected with the grid and also have the battery bank to store the unused solar energy for your use at the night. This system is also known as the hybrid solar system. Cost of this system as compared to the grid-connected system is higher. Below image shows the basic schematic of Grid-connected with battery storage system.
3.) Stand-alone solar PV system
The system is called as an off-grid solar system. And have batter bank for supplying the power during the night. This system is best for the rural or remote area where other conventional sources of energy unavailable. The cost of this system as compared to the above two system is higher. Below image shows the basic schematic of the Stand-alone solar PV system.