Home Solar Energy System for Residential Solutions

SolarNRG is out on a mission to revolutionize home energy consumption with our residential solar panel system. Our grid-tied rooftop solutions afford you an exclusive power plant for your home, allowing you to use renewable energy every day and enjoy monthly savings in your electricity bill.

Power Households Without Worrying About Your Energy Bill

There are many ways going solar can benefit your home:

  • Solar energy may lessen your utility costs by 30–50% as you generate your own electricity from a home solar energy system. With solar panels on your home, you can use electricity for free during the day.
  • As your alternate source of energy, solar panels for home help reduce the use of non-renewable energy. It does this by supplying electricity from the solar panels through a grid-tied inverter directly into the house, thereby reducing the consumption from the grid and lowering the meter reading.
  • A residential solar energy system improves the overall features of your home, which can help increase the value of your property should you decide to sell it someday.
  • Home solar panels are easy to clean and can last for years with little to no maintenance. They are durable and can withstand extreme weather conditions and the usual wear-and-tear that affects houses.
  • Installing a home solar panel in the Philippines can earn you credits as you trade unused energy with your utility distributor.

Let’s not forget that solar energy solutions are good for the environment, too. Each kilowatt-hour (kW) of solar power significantly reduces the emission of greenhouse gases, including carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and methane. Plus, it lessens our dependence on fossil fuels, which are non-renewable sources of energy.

Save More with Our Home Solar Energy System

With the rising cost of living, every bit of savings made from lowering expenses can help families. Solar panels for your home can do more than that.

In combination with batteries, it can power your home independently, without consuming energy provided by utility suppliers. You can also export any excess electricity you have generated from your home solar panel system back to the grid for extra energy savings.

These are great ways to save not only money but also the environment, as you improve your self-reliance on clean and sustainable energy.

How Grid-Tied Solar Systems Work

Here’s a simple explanation of how our home solar panels in the Philippines work to deliver electricity at home:

  • Solar panels absorb sunlight and produce direct current (DC) electricity.

A solar panel consists of photovoltaic cells, which are responsible for converting sunlight into electricity.

The number of solar panels you need for your home will depend on your kW hour consumption. It can range from 4 up to 100+ panels, producing anywhere from 1.64kWp to 40kWp. SolarNRG sources high-quality solar panels from reputable suppliers in China, Japan, Taiwan, Germany, and the Netherlands.

  • An inverter converts DC electricity into alternating current (AC) electricity.

Since the power generated from the sun is the DC type—which can’t be connected to buildings and other properties as these run on the AC type. Solar-produced DC electricity has to pass through a grid-tied inverter, which converts DC into AC electricity.

AC is the type of electricity that supplies your home with power. The inverter can be mounted indoors, outdoors, or directly near the panels on the roof, depending on the structure of your home. Usually, it is best placed outside on the ground floor with access to the homeowner, in the shadow, and covered from rain.

  • Your home uses AC electricity.

Once the power is in AC form, it can now be back-fed to a circuit breaker for safe distribution of energy into your home appliances, lights, and other electrical equipment.

  • A meter monitors your power production and consumption.

To make the most of your home solar panel system, we use a net-metering system. This means that at daytime—when sunlight is enough to produce power for an average household—your home’s meter will record separately any exported electricity. At night, the energy used is supplied again by the grid. The credit from the exported energy will be deducted from this consumption at the end of the month.

When the sun is out, the energy generated during the day is used, bringing the meter up to show how much power you’ve consumed.

  • Any excess power is sent to the grid.

On days when your home solar panels are generating more power than what you consume, you can sell the excess energy provided it is 100kW and below to the national energy distribution company. This way, you’re supplying green energy back into the grid for your neighbors to use.






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