What is a residential grid-tied solar system?
A grid-tied photovoltaic system is simply a home solar system that is interconnected with the utility electrical grid. This means that the home can draw from both power sources and have an efficient and uninterrupted supply of power.
If the solar power system is not producing enough electricity, it will start pulling from the grid, and if it produces more than necessary, it will put energy back into the grid which is stored as a credit for future power usage.
Benefits of a grid-tied home solar system:
- Save money on your monthly power bill.
Solar panels can save you thousands of dollars on electricity bills over their lifespan and offer a sustainable and environmentally friendly way to power your home. Contact us for a free estimate.
- Invest in your energy independence.
Adding a solar installation to your home will increase the value of your property and the addition of a Tesla Powerwall can bring you closer to energy independence.
- Lower your family’s carbon footprint.
Solar panels are a zero-emission source of clean energy for your home and with the addition of an EV charger, you can help to fight climate change by powering your car with the sun.
Once your investment has paid off, you’ll be generating a return on your investment for approximately 20 years. An investment in a solar energy system is secure and is linked to the escalating cost of utility-generated electricity. When BC Hydro rates rise, your investment value grows. Try our solar savings calculator to see your potential savings.