Residential Solar

Cut out the power cuts – for good, while paying less over time for energy. We provide renewable energy solutions for homes and small businesses. This is a complete range with solutions for the different ends of the spectrum. From the small all-in-one units which can provide power for low consumption appliances to the discrete units which can power whole homes for significant periods of time.

The systems deployed in this case are off-grid, stand-alone systems with battery banks, not connected to the grid. In alternate implementations, there are systems which are grid connected, and can send excess energy generated to the grid.

There is so much potential for the use of solar to provide power to homes especially for underserved and off-grid areas. Compared with alternate sources for such areas, solar solutions are all round a no-brainer.

  • Solar panels generate DC electricity during the day, or when the sun is available

  • The battery is connected to an inverter which is capable of changing the DC current to AC

  • At the time of supply, the inverter sends electricity to household equipment which run on AC power

  • The electricity generated is transmitted to the battery bank (energy storage equipment) and stored

  • Batteries are essential to store energy for periods when there is no or low sunlight, including cloudy days and night time

  • Working in tandem, these parts harness energy from the sun and can provide reliable power supply to homes

Main Components of Off-Grid Solar Systems

Solar Panels

Inverter Unit

Battery Bank

Smart Monitoring

Ancillary Equipment

How Off-grid Home Solar Works

1. Solar PV panels capture sunlight, causing electrons in the panel’s silicon cells to release energy that becomes direct current (DC) electricity.

2. An inverter converts the DC into alternating current (AC) electricity, making it useable for homes and businesses.

3. Excess electricity can be stored in a battery or fed back into the power grid.

4. Additional electricity can be pulled from the grid if you need more power than your solar panels can generate.