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Frequently Asked Questions
Solar energy has multiple benefits for you. It helps you save money on your electricity bill, and you do not have to worry about any rise in electricity rates. Solar energy is a renewable source of energy. Therefore, it’s seen in all areas of the world and available every day. Furthermore, it does not require a lot of maintenance. You only need to keep it clean once a year. Going solar is a smart investment!
Your roof space will determine the size of the system you can avail of. Solar panels are often placed on an unshaded and north-facing area of your roof. If you don’t have enough space on your north-facing roof, you can split your system into two different orientations.
First, we need to know the size of the solar panel system you’ll be needing. Smaller panels vary from 3 to 5 hours of installation. However, the bigger the system you purchased, the longer the installation process it would take.
It varies from state-to-state. The fastest installation time is currently in South Australia and Queensland. But we will make sure that we will try our best to install your solar panel purchase as soon as possible.
Most of the inverters we offer have a built-in display that can show live data of your system. In addition, you can also view the historical data and how your system has been performing.
It depends on the size of your inverter and the space of your roof. You can increase the size of your solar power system if you have enough space on your roof, and your inverter has additional capacity. But, if not, you can instead add a second power system.
If your solar panels are connected to a grid or if you have opted for a grid-tied panel, it will automatically shut off in the event of a power outage. It is to prevent danger to utility employees. However, you can choose inventers that can supply your business or home backup energy. You can also go for an off-grid system or pair with a battery.
Yes. Solar panels work during winter months because they rely on sunlight and UV rays, not heat. As long as you receive some sunlight, your panels will generate power.
Manufacturers of solar panels ranked their products into three tiers. Tier 1 is manufactured by big brands that have a good reputation and trusted quality. Brands with Tier 1 solar panels have been in the industry for years.