solar explained

3 different types of solar systems

Grid-Tie

Feeds Solar Power into the Eskom Grid, resulting in Savings but no Backup

  • Maximum Return on Investment
  •  Solar Panels only, no batteries
  • Lowest System Cost
  • Unlimited Upgradability

Hybrid Grid-Tie

Feeds Solar Power into Grid, but can remain active without Eskom

  • TRANSFORMERLESS = HIGHER EFFICIENCY
  •  LONGER LASTING
  • 5 YEAR WARRANTY
  • MOST EFFICIENT MPPT IN THE WORLD
  • SURPLUS SOLAR IS USED TO FEED BACK TO NON-ESSENTAIL APPLIANCES
  • CAN EVEN FEED BACK FROM BATTERIES, RESULTING IN ZERO ESKOM USAGE
  • SMART LOAD CAN SWITCH ON CERTAIN LOADS IF SUFFICIENT PV IS AVAILABLE DURING GRID FAILURE

economical hybrid

Battery Based System, Batteries are Charged during the day, Discharged at night

  • HIGH FREQUENCY TRANSFORMER = LOWER EFFICIENCY 
  • 2 YEAR WARRANTY
  • LOW QUALITY MPPT = INEFFICIENT SOLAR ABSORPTION

big difference

Price comparison

GRID-TIE

Feeds Solar Power into the Eskom Grid, resulting in Maximum Savings

R36,000

  • 6 Solar Panels
  • No Batteries
  • Can NOT run anything during grid failure
  • Produces 12kWh/day
  • If Power Outages doesn't occur in your area
  • Installation Kit worth R12,000 included

Hybrid Grid-tie

Feeds Solar Power into Grid, but can remain active without Eskom

R91,000

  • 6 Solar Panels
  • 4.8kWh Lihtium Battery 
  • Can Run Essentials Independently
  • Produces 12kWh/day and Backup
  • If Power Outages occur in your area
  • Installation Kit worth R18,000 included

economical hybrid

Battery Based System, Batteries are Charged daytime , Discharged at night

R80,000

  • 6 Solar Panels
  • 4.8kWh Lihtium Battery 
  • Can Run Essentials Independently 
  • Produces 10kWh/day and Backup
  • If Power Outages occur in your area
  • Installation Kit worth R18,000 included

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