Residential Solar

There are two main types of solar – Grid-Connect & Off-Grid Solar.

SolarWide can help you with the right advice on the system that best suits your requirements.

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Grid Connect Solar

Grid connect solar is mainstay of solar. People install solar panels on there property and use them to power the house during the daytime and sell any excess back too the grid. Therefore offsetting the running costs of the home whilst adding to the value and desirability of the home

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Off-Grid Solar

Off-grid solar is when you have no connection to the grid and are totally stand alone.

The solar charges the batteries and runs the home. It is imperative that the battery bank is designed  to have a few days autonomy in them and often there is a plug in for a generator in the event of a prolonged period of poor weather.

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