Choosing solar consultants Adelaide is not an easy task. There are many factors to consider, including the experience of the solar company, their knowledge of solar power systems, and how they rank in customer reviews. Here are 3 tips for finding a solar consultant that will work best for your needs.
1) Make sure you find a solar company that offers free on-site quotes. This way you can get accurate estimates without having to spend time on the phone or online chatting with someone about it
2) Find solar companies that have been around long enough to establish themselves as experts in solar power systems
3) Check out what other customers think about them by reading reviews from others who have used their services before.
Solar energy comes from the sun in the form of heat, light, and other wavelengths. It provides enough solar energy to meet all our needs with a little help from wind turbines or hydroelectric dams when there isn’t enough solar radiation.
The technology used for converting solar power into electricity has been around since 1838 but didn’t become popular until after WWII due to their high cost at that time. Although solar panels have dropped substantially in price over the past few decades they still remain one of the more expensive forms of renewable energy compared to others such as biomass. They also require some sort of backup system like batteries, unless you live where your utility company offers solar power.
Solar panels work by absorbing solar radiation from the sun and converting it into direct current (DC) electricity to be used immediately or stored in batteries until needed. They are classified as either thin-film solar cells, solar thermal energy collectors, photovoltaic solar modules, concentrated solar power plants using parabolic dishes, etc.
Each system has its own benefits and drawbacks that should be considered when deciding what type of system is best suited for your home or business needs. There are many types of solar systems available on today’s market but a couple stands out more than others due to their reliability and ease of use compared to others such as:
a) Grid Tie – This allows you to connect directly with the grid so any excess solar energy generated can be sold back to the grid and you would receive a credit on your electricity bill.
b) Off-Grid – If you are looking for total independence from any power companies this is the solar system for you as it provides an independent source of solar energy, typically in remote areas where other forms of solar systems cannot reach such as farms, ranches, homes located off-the-grid or even boats/ships, etc.
With both types being so popular why not have them both? That’s right with our solar consultants Adelaide now available through Enviro Energy Solutions we allow customers to benefit from both! This means if there’s ever a time when one type isn’t producing enough solar energy due to weather conditions then they can switch to the other solar system and vice versa.