What are the Benefits of Net Metering?
The most obvious benefit of net metering is to consumers. If you install net metering in your home, you can reduce the amount of money you spend each year on energy. You can even make money if you produce more than you consume and your utility company pays you for that excess energy at the retail rate.
Here are a few other benefits of net metering:

  • The system is easy and inexpensive. It enables people to get real value for the energythey produce, without having to install a second meter or an expensive battery storage system.
  • It allows homeowners and businesses to produce energy, which takes some of the pressure off the grid, especially during periods of peak consumption.
  • Each home can potentially power two or three other homes. If enough homes in a neighborhood use renewable energy and net metering, the neighborhood could potentially become self-reliant.
  • It encourages consumers to play an active role in alternative energy production, which both protects the environment and helps preserve natural energy resources.
  • Homes that use net metering tend to be more aware of, and therefore more conscientious about their energy consumption.It saves utility companies money on meter installation, reading and billing costs.

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- Grid-tie Inverter  : 5 KVA (single phase)
- AC Distribution box
- Cable and other accessories

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Applications :-

•Savings in electricity bill for 25 long years
•Average generation of 4500 units (kwh) per year
•Maintenance  free system

Net Metering:

Net metering (or net energy metering, NEM) allows consumers who generate some or all of their own electricity to use that electricity anytime, instead of when it is generated. This is particularly important with wind and solar, which are non-dispatchable. Monthly net metering allows consumers to use solar power generated during the day at night, or wind from a windy day later in the month. Annual net metering rolls over a net kilowatt credit to the following month, allowing solar power that was generated in July to be used in December, or wind power from March in August.

Time of use metering :-
Time of use (TOU) net metering employs a special reversible smart (electric) meter that

is  programmed to determine electricity usage  any  time  during  the day.  Time-of-use

allows  utility  rates  and  charges  to be  assessed  based  on when  the  electricity  was

used (i.e., day/night  and  seasonal   rates). Typically  the  generation  cost  of  electricity 

is  highest  during  the  daytime peak  usage  period,  and  lowest at night. Time  of  use 

metering  is a significant  issue  for renewable - energy sources, since, for example, solar

power  systems  tend to  produce  energy  during  the daytime  peak-price  period,  and

produce  little or no power during the night period, when price is low. Italy has installed

so many photovoltaic cells that peak prices no longer are during the day, but are instead

in the evening. TOU net  metering  affects the  apparent cost of net metering to a utility.

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Applications :-

•Savings in electricity bill for 25 long years
•Average generation of 3000 units (kwh) per year
•Maintenance  free system

Applications :-

•Savings in electricity bill for 25 long years
•Average generation of 1500 units (kwh) per year
•Maintenance  free system

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How does solar actually work:

Solar is a renewable energy resource that uses photovoltaic (PV) systems to create electricity. 

A solar PV system uses light to generate electricity, which you can then use to power your

home or office, reducing your bills and your impact on the environment.

  • The sun's light (photons) is absorbed by the solar panel.
  • The silicon and conductors in the panel convert the light into Direct Current (DC)
  • electricity, which then flows into the inverter.
  • The inverter converts the DC into Alternate Current (AC) electricity, which you can use in your home.
  • Any additional electricity that's not used by your home is fed back into the grid.
  • Electricity is drawn from the grid when you need more power than your solar energy system can produce.

Benefits of solar:

Helps to slow/stop global warming

It saves society billions or trillions of dollars

It saves you money

Provides energy reliability

Provides energy security

Provides energy independence

Off - Grid

Applications :-

•Savings in electricity bill for 25 long years
•Average generation of 7500 units (kwh) per year
•Maintenance  free system

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- AC Distribution box
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300 - 1000VA solar inverter  for
backup power from the sun

On - Grid

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Solar is the conversion of sunlight into electricity, either directly using photovoltaics (PV), or indirectly using concentrated solar power (CSP). Concentrated solar power systems use lenses or mirrors and tracking systems to focus a large area of sunlight into a small beam. Photovoltaics convert light into an electric current using the photovoltaic effect.

-Solar Module     : 2000 Wp
- Grid-tie Inverter : 2 KVA (single phase)
- AC Distribution box
- Cable and other accessories

- Solar Module     : 3000 Wp
- Grid-tie Inverter : 3 KVA (Single phase)
- AC Distribution box
- Cable and other accessories