Photovoltaic systems for households
On-grid photovoltaic systems are used for providing households (apartments and houses) with electricity.
They are called on-grid because they are connected to the utility grid that provides electricity. The surplus of energy generated by the solar installment is injected back (sold) to the utility grid, and in the case of a deficit it is bought from the grid.
The difference is paid either by the consumer to the utility company (in the case of a deficit), or by the utility company to the consumer (in the case of generating a surplus of energy) on the basis of 50% of the tariff on energy.
The project cost starts from 1 USD for 1 Watt of power.
Independent photovoltaic systems are used for providing households (apartments and houses) with electricity. They are called independent, because they work independently from the utility grid. The generated energy is stored in the panel.
The project cost starts at 1.2 USD for 1 Watt of power.
72 cell polycristal panel with 280-320 W power capacity
60 cell polycristal panel with 250-280 W power capacity
72 cell polycristal panel with 300-330 W power capacity