An off-grid or standalone photovoltaic system is when your solar photovoltaic system is not connected to the utility grid and you are producing your own electricity via solar, wind, microhydro, generator, etc.  These systems will generally have a battery bank in order to store the electricity for use when needed.

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Advantages of Off-Grid Solar Systems

  1. No access to the utility grid.

Off-grid solar systems can be cheaper than extending power lines in certain remote areas.

  2. Become energy self-sufficient

Since you are using the sun’s rays, it actually means that you are not exhausting any of the non-renewable sources of energy.

Living off the grid and being self-sufficient feels good. For some people, this feeling feeling is worth more than saving money. Energy self-sufficiency is also a form of security. Power failures on the utility grid do not affect off-grid solar systems.

On the flip side, batteries can only store a certain amount of energy, and during cloudy times, being connected to the grid is actually where the security is. You should install a backup generator to be prepared for these kinds of situations.

  Equipment for Off-Grid Solar Systems

  Typical off-grid solar systems require the following extra components:

 Solar Panels

 Battery Bank

 Off-Grid Inverter

 Mounting Structures

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