Is my house/building ready for solar?
There are many factors that determine this. If you have open areas facing the north and no shades, that works best for installations. Our team can check the site and advise on how you can switch to solar.
Is solar a good option for me?
Solar panels and solar power is the technology of the future. With reduced costs, it is also safer and better for the environment.
How much does solar panels cost?
There is no one specific answer to this, it depends on your requirement and installation but on an average you can expect an investment around $3000-$4000.
How long is the installation process?
Like the cost of the solar panels, the installation time is also dependant on the size of the installation and the area for installation. It is easier and faster to work on plain surfaces. On an average the installation takes around 6 hours.
Can I upgrade my system’s size in the future?
Yes, you can subject to you have more space on your roof and the inverter has more capacity. Without the above two factors you might have to opt for a second installation. However, please get in touch with us to understand about your eligibility for the feed-in-tarriff.
Will I get electricity during a blackout?
If your solar panels system is connected to the grid, the blackout will cause it to shut automatically. This is to ensure that there is no risk for any technician working on the power lines. However, you can get sets of certain inverters and batteries to help you in such a situation.
Can I monitor the performance of my solar panel system?
Most inverters have a built in display that shows you the amount of power that your system is generating. You can also get access to historical data and statistics. There are options with wi-fi inverters where all this information is accessible via a mobile app as well.
What is Net Metering?
It is a system that helps you get credit for the solar power that your system generates. This way you only pay if you are using more energy that what you system in generating. However, there are differences in state-wise policies for net metering.