RESIDENTIAL USE WITH 9 PV MODULES
“I’ve decided to install a residential PV system with grid connection. I’m fed up of paying so much for my electricity. But should I install batteries or not. I really don’t know.
And if I do install batteries, should I go for lead acid or lithium?
SpSolar can help you to make the right decision.
If you’re not sure whether to install storage batteries or to start off with the system and then upgrade later, a residential PV system with a hybrid inverter is a good choice because it can run without battery back-up and shortfalls can be made up from the power grid.
The illustrated system consists of 9 PV modules, each 330 W, and an inverter/ charge regulator by Ingeteam Sun Storage – one of the most versatile in the market – that you can later use with any type of batteries.
Initially you can monitor your daily energy production with the system to establish when the peak sunshine hours are and schedule your highest consumption rates to take place during those peak hours when maximum energy levels are available, which are usually around the middle of the day.
This alone would enable you to cut your electricity bill by between 40% and 60% depending on your consumption profile.
In the use case shown in the graphic you would be using 100% of the electricity generated by the PV system to cover all your requirements, which means a cost saving of more than 58%.
If you decide to add batteries later on, all you have to do is select the best battery for your system. There is no need to make any system modifications. The batteries are simply connected up to it.
It couldn’t be easier. Contact SpSolar and our team will assist you with the planning and dimensioning of your PV system.
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