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Things should consider before installing solar panel


  • Choose the right technology 2 types of solar PV that commonly used monocrystalline and polycrystalline silicon. Monocrystalline silicon panels can provide slightly higher efficiencies than polycrystalline, however, the various other factors, usually greatly outweigh the benefits of choosing monocrystalline over polycrystalline.

  • Measure your energy use A good solar installer will advise you where to place your solar panels can have a much greater effect on the amount of electricity generated. Solar panels can also be tilted towards the sun using tilt frames. Optimsing the angle and location is resulted increase in efficiency and more electricity is generated.

  • Check your local financial incentives. For business owner with outright purchase are allowed to claim tax allowance up to 48%. Besides that, other financial facilities also available to allow business owner to obtain the working capital. For residential, they can apply loan via banks that promote green solar financing with 10 years of tenure. *T&C applies

  • Decide the correct positioning. A good solar installer will advise you where to place your solar panels can have a much greater effect on the amount of electricity generated. Solar panels can also be tilted towards the sun using tilt frames. Optimsing the angle and location is resulted increase in efficiency and more electricity is generated.

  • Decide if you want a battery. For home solar PV installations, the time at which most electricity is generated, doesn’t usually coincide with the time at most electricity is consumed. Therefore, they are consumer will consider installing battery storage to store excess energy generate during the day. However, batteries are rather expensive and increase the length of years to payback. Hence, batteries may not be a worth investment.

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