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Grid-tied, on-grid, utility-interactive, grid intertie and grid backfeeding are all terms used to describe the same concept – a solar system that is connected to the utility power grid
No batteries required. This grid connected system supplements your grid energy usage and is a very good option for reducing your electricity usage from the grid. In the event of a blackout or power outage, your solar system is forced to shut down. . That is why this highly practical solution dramatically reduces your electricity bill while producing all your daytime energy requirements, free from the sun, avoiding the additional expenses of having a battery system. A Grid tie system is highly cost-effective and has a much shorter payback period. A popular choice for starting out with your first solar energy solution. This system starts paying for itself immediately.

Advantages of Grid Tie Systems

You may feed excess power back into the grid; solar panels provide power during the day, and at night power is drawn from the mains.

  • Save more money with net metering
  • The utility grid is a virtual battery
  • Very affordable
  • Very reliable
  • Easy installation

The grid-tied system will allow you to have more savings because it is efficient, it offers net metering, and it requires a low cost of equipment and installation. It does not require the use of batteries, which are usually expensive

Grid-tie systems safely disconnect in the event of a power failure. The inverters have an automatic rapid shutdown that will prevent any back-feeding to the grid to unresponsive grid. Your system is worry-free.

Net metering measures the difference between the electricity you buy from your utility and the electricity you produce with your solar energy system. Under net metering, any excess electricity produced by your solar energy system is delivered back into the utility grid.

When dealing with grid-tie systems, we look at three different variables. How much of your electric bill you want to offset? How much south facing roof space is available? Do you have a budget in mind? Those variables are different for everyone, and because different clients use different amounts of electricity, all grid-tie systems are custom designed to meet your needs.