Residential Solar System
As more homeowners realize the negative environmental impact of fossil fuels, solar power is starting to rule the roost as a sustainable energy source.
Zeoluff offer you one-stop solar power system to help you convert your rooftop into a solar power plant. With one time investment and our experienced technical team on hand, you can expect to drastically reduce your energy bills while playing a significant role in reducing the environment’s carbon footprints and this will last for more than 25 years with no fuel cost and very little maintenance.
The solar power system also can protect your home from outages and can provide electricity even under the harshest weather conditions. Check our residential solar power systems below to find the perfect match for your home.
Types of household solar power systems
On-grid Solar Power System
The on-grid PV solar power system can connect to both your local grid and your home. If in the case that your system may produce more than you use on a sunny day, it will send the excess energy back to the power grid. You will be making profit by selling excess power produced by the solar system to the electrical grid.
The on-grid power system is able to convert DC power output from the solar panels into AC power of the same voltage and phrase requirement as the grid and general electrical appliances. Thus, the system is able transfer electricity to the grid. Users are able to control the amount of power used or being transferred to the grid so the safety and reliability are very high. In this process, often a battery is not needed as the excess power are being sold back to the grid, it helps owner to save cost.
The main components of the grid-connected system are solar panels, grid-connected inverters, solar panel brackets, cables, etc.
Off-grid Solar Power System
If you are using solar power system in an area whereby there is limited utilities, you will need some form of storage for the power produced. For example, a battery in the system will provide you with electricity even on rainy days. It does so by storing excess electricity during the sunny days and let you make use of them when the system is not producing enough power for your daily usage. Going completely off-grid will also mean that you will be receiving electricity bills from your local utilities provider. Make sure to check out with your local authorities if going completely off-grid is an option for you.
Off-grid solar power systems uses energy generated from the soalr panels and powers the house’s electrical appliances through solar charge controller. It can also charge the battery when there is excess power. The battery will in turn work to power the whole house when the weather is not suitable for efficient solar panels to produce electricity.
The main components of the off-grid system are solar power panels for home, solar charge, and discharge controllers, solar inverters, solar panel brackets, cables, etc.
Hybrid Solar Power System
Although going off-grid does require more investment in the form of additional batteries, it is possible to enjoy the best of both worlds by setting up a system that backs with normal unitility grid. You will be able to store the excess power in a battery and only use power from the grid when both solar panels and battery are unable to provide your house with electricity. We call this hybrid setup and it is a more realistical senario because people would need electrical all the time without shortage periods.