Bringing solar power solutions to individuals in the North Quabbin region
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A photovoltaic (PV) system that is generating electricity with solar panels. Grid-tied systems are interconnected with the power grid through a grid interactive inverter. Electricity can flow TO or FROM the power grid depending on your needs and production.
Critical appliances are powered from a battery bank during power outages. Batteries are charged from 1 or more of the following sources: grid, generator, solar panels.
Best of both worlds. Combination of grid-tied system with battery based systems. Will always power your appliances even during a grid outage. Extra energy will be "stored’" on the power grid.
Battery-based retrofit for existing grid-tied systems to work during a power outage.
Incentives to help Massachusetts residents go solar by purchasing their own PV system:
There is a big push now from larger corporations such as solar companies to lease people’s roofs and other suitable space because this is a high return investment (for them) especially in Massachusetts. However, if you own your own PV system: