Installing solar PV (photovoltaic) panels at your home will enable you to generate your own electricity to help reduce your energy bills. As most homes are already connected to the electricity grid, after the solar PV system is installed energy demand will be first met by solar and any excess requirement will then be met by the grid. You can also install batteries so that the energy you do not use can be stored and used later.
- Protect yourself from rising electricity bills
- Generate your own electricity
- Reduce your carbon footprint and help protect the environment
- Virtually no maintenance required
What Free-Sol offers
Grid connected PV systems
The PV panels absorb daylight and convert it to DC electricity which flows into an inverter that converts the DC electricity to AC electricity which can be used in the home. You can store surplus solar energy in batteries for personal use. In the event that the solar system cannot meet demand, electricity is then supplied by the grid.
Off-grid PV systems
If your home is in the countryside and not connected to the power grid, you can generate your electricity from solar panels and store the surplus in batteries.