There is no need to hook your solar power system onto a power grid in your area. You have the ability to be independent from the power companies in your area. In other words, you won't need to change electric services should you move, nor will you see high electric bills anymore.
In Part 1, I go through the pros and cons of a grid-tied solar system in detail. We recently had a 9.1kw solar system installed, and even though I am not a solar …
If your roof cannot to support the weight of photo-voltaic solar panels, you can save a lot of money by investing in thin film solar panels. These panels are very light and flexible, which makes the installation much easier and affordable. Their higher price is also justified by their efficiency.
Solar power is a good thing to consider if you use a lot of power and your roof gets a minimum of five hours direct daily sunlight. The money and energy saved by installing solar panels is well worth the energy invested into installing them.