Frequently Asked Questions

Solar On-Grid Systems

A Solar On-Grid System, also known as a grid-tied system, connects to the utility power grid. It generates electricity from solar panels and feeds excess power back into the grid.
The solar panels convert sunlight into DC electricity, which is then converted into AC electricity by an inverter. The AC power is used to meet your energy needs, and any surplus is sent to the grid.
Some benefits include reduced electricity bills, potential for earning through net metering, and contributing to a cleaner environment by using renewable energy.
Typically, no. On-grid systems don't require batteries because they can draw power from the grid when the solar panels aren't producing electricity.
Net metering allows you to earn credits for the excess electricity your system generates. If you produce more than you use, the surplus is sent to the grid, and you receive credits on your utility bill.

Solar Water Pumps

It is a solar-powered pump system designed to provide a reliable and sustainable solution for water pumping, particularly in agricultural and industrial settings.
The system uses solar energy to power a 10 HP AC motor, which drives the water pump. This provides an efficient and eco-friendly alternative to traditional grid-powered water pumps.
Benefits include reduced operational costs, independence from the grid, and environmentally friendly water pumping solutions.
While the system may experience reduced efficiency on cloudy days, it is designed to function in various weather conditions. Additionally, energy storage solutions can be integrated for continuous operation.
Depending on your location, there may be government incentives, subsidies, or tax credits available to encourage the adoption of solar water pump systems. Check with local authorities for specific details.

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