Buying solar panel for your home may be pretty confusing at first. There are typical information listed here to help you to find out what would suit you to gain the best solar advantage out of your roof.
A typical solar system is made up of a mounting frame with PV modules (Solar Panels) and Inverter that converts the Power from DC to AC so that you will be able to use your generated power in your home or export it to the grid.
The most common type of solar panel installation is one that is connected with the consumer electricity grid. The Grid Connect system will feed surplus energy back to the power grid via your meter which you are financially rewarded for by the energy company you have a connection through.
Hybrid systems are a combination of On Grid and Off Grid Systems. They are connected to the grid and have a battery storage as well. In the daylight time, while the load is being powered, the batteries get recharged. If there is still an excess generation of power after the load is powered, the surplus is sent to the grid for which the user is financially rewarded.
These systems have a battery backup available. These are becoming increasingly popular type of solar installation, in another words, Future Solar Systems efficiently storing electricity during the day to run your house at night while you producing your own consuming power and using it at your own timing you have got the advantage of being able to supply power during power outages.