Home solar power is a great way of both saving money and the environment.
Building your own solar system has many advantages and rewards, but before embarking on such a project you may be wondering what components are needed to install a fully working grid-tied system.
If you know more about the ‘Solar cell pump, solar panel, Solar Charger, and Inverter Battery’ (Which is also known as ‘แผงโซล่าเซลล์, แผงโซลาร์เซลล์, โซล่าชาร์จและแบตเตอรี่อินเวอร์เตอร์’ in the Thai language) then there are many online resources.
Solar panels were a rare sight on rooftops, largely due to price. Oil was cheap and power was cheap, so who’d spend high bucks onto a solar panel which only functioned during the daytime while aggressive power was potential from the grid night and day?
Things started to change when petroleum prices went up a succinct but as prices went up, much greater, a growing number of homeowners began to look to solar energy as a response to high power costs.
Predictably, since the market for solar energy panels climbed, costs dropped, because of much more contenders entering the solar panel manufacturing business and the enhanced prosperity of scale which resulted from prolonged manufacturing runs and bulk buying of raw materials and other elements.
As in any new business, there have been good and poor operators in the industry but the excellent lads triumphed and now the solar energy sector is flourishing become a big element in meeting our electricity requirements.