Off-grid solar system:
An off-grid system is designed for regions lacking access to a reliable grid-connected power supply or experiencing unstable grid connections. It consists of essential components such as solar panels, connectors, inverters, batteries, and mounting systems. This self-sufficient system generates electricity from solar energy, stores it in batteries, and utilizes an inverter to convert it into usable AC power, ensuring a reliable and independent source of electricity for locations without access to centralized power grids or facing inconsistent grid reliability.
On-grid solar system:
A grid-tied solar power system is connected directly to the existing power grid infrastructure. This setup allows for the seamless integration of solar energy into the grid, enabling the system to feed excess electricity generated by the solar panels back into the public grid. In essence, this system not only powers your home or establishment with solar energy but also allows for the possibility of selling surplus electricity to the grid, contributing to a more sustainable energy ecosystem and potentially offsetting energy costs through net metering or feed-in tariffs.
Hybrid solar system: A Hybrid Solar System amalgamates the benefits of both an on-grid and off-grid solar system. It is integrated with the grid, allowing users to either sell surplus solar power to the grid or consume it directly within their premises. In the event of a grid outage, the system seamlessly switches to battery power, ensuring a continuous supply of electricity to meet the household or facility's needs. This system offers the flexibility of grid connectivity for exchanging excess energy while providing backup power autonomy through battery storage, ensuring uninterrupted electricity supply even during grid disruptions.