Once your solar panels are installed, you need to keep track of how much power you are producing and using on a daily basis. Invest in a quality monitoring system and look at the data as often as possible. If you notice your panels are not producing as much energy as usual, it might be time to clean them.
Keep your solar panels out of the shade. It might seem obvious, but your solar panels do need sun. Make sure that you are not installing them in the shade. Trim back the branches on surrounding trees if you need to. Failing to do so could cost you more than half your energy output.
It is Part 2 of my previous video.full info about the cost of installing a 300 watt setup with a 150 ah battery and hybrid inverter. Thanks for watching the video.
You can dip your toes in the solar energy waters by simply installing a solar powered whole house fan. A solar powered attic fan turns on automatically when it becomes too warm. You'll reduce the cost of cooling your home by having this solar-powered attic fan remove hot air from your home. Additionally, as it is solar powered, your power bill will go down, not up.
If you enjoy spending time in the great outdoors, but love the convenience of energy, solar energy is the perfect solution for you. There are many products, like fans and battery chargers, that use solar energy to product the energy needed to run them. Just think, you could camp in a hot location and still enjoy a strong breeze.