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Some Usefull Tips for Solar Rooftop

Owning solar panels is a big investment, and solar panel maintenance is necessary to ensure your long-term benefits. Here are a few tips for solar panel maintenance and solar panel cleaning.

Tips for Maintenance of Solar Panels :

1. Keep solar panels out of shade as energy production becomes inefficient when they are kept from absorbing any sunlight.

2. Solar panel cleaning kits come in very handy for cleaning solar panels. Inside the kit, you will find a biodegradable soap, a wiper, and a small brush or brush with a longer handle. Mix the soap in the bucket with water.

Instructions are provided on the bottle. Dip the brush in the bucket and begin gently wiping the solar panels. You can use plain water or a soft brush to remove any grime or dirt that has built up on the panels.

1. Monitoring systems assist you see how much you’re benefiting the environment and how much CO2 you’re emitting into the atmosphere. They’ll additionally help you know how much you’ll benefit from the feed-in tariff scheme.

2. Never use an abrasive sponge or soap for your solar panel clean-up as if may scratch the glass. The most effective way to clean solar panels is by using a soft rag or biodegradable soap.

3.For your safety and also the safety of others around you, use a long handled wiper to wash the panels while you’re standing on the ground.

1)  Turn on DCMCB (1)

2)  Turn on ACMCB (4)

3)  It will take 1 to 2 minutes after the system is started to connect the system to the device.
1) Check whether DCMCB (1) and ACMCB (4) are on or not. If it is off, the system will shut down.

2) Check whether the normal (green) LED is on in the Inverter.

3) Alarm (red) indicates that the Inverter is off if the light is on.

4) If the red LED is on, look at the MCB number (4) if it is off, turn it on

5) When cleaning solar panels with water or in Rain day, after showering switch on it again. Check ACMCB may be trip than.

6) If there is any error message in the Inverter channel, than inform your nearest. Othorised dealer/ Distributor or Company’s service center.

7) If for any reason Inverter is stop, check both SPD (Protecting Device) for red indicator on it. If yo than need to change.
1) The KWH reading shown in the generator meter shows the power generated in your solar system.

2) The KWH shown in the Export Reading in the Bidirection Meter is the power you gave to GEB.

3) The KWH shown in the Import Reading in the Bidirection Meter shows the power you have taken (used) from the GEB Is.

4) The total bill is as a subtraction of the power you have given and taken.

Total Bill = Import Power – Export Power

Total Consumption = Import + (Generation KWH – Export)
Many costs are involved when running a household/ business. Most of the costs are essential and some of them can be reduced for lower cost of living expenditures. Electricity is an essential requirement in our households.

With the ongoing price rises of electricity, it is becoming extremely costly to run households and businesses. One of the alternate ways to reduce electricity cost is to opt for Solar Electric Power.

Solar is a free energy from the Sun transferred into electricity. Solar electric power also helps to reduce greenhouse gases. Solar is also cost effective as it is a one-time investment for a very long period, as quality solar panels can last for 25 years and longer.

So buying a good high quality panel and inverter will not only create a reliable PV system, but will also save money for years to come.

You can speak to your installer about your lifestyle and which time during the day or night you require more power to have the best use of the solar power system installed on your roof. You will also have an option to export the excess generated electricity back to the grid. You will get paid for the excess electricity you send back to the grid.

Way to save Electricity without solar

1. Yes, households can save on power bills without solar. While solar can substantially reduce power bills but it is also very worthwhile to review power use. Interestingly households who buy solar power take more interest in power usage and tend to get the double benefit of cheap solar power and lower power consumption. Huge financial savings can be made by this two pronged approach. Here are some non-solar tips:

2.Switch to LED lights. They use up to 75% less energy than an equivalent incandescent or halogen bulb and up to 30% less than CFL bulbs.

3. Switch off appliances on standby and not used regularly. This particularly applies to older air conditioning systems which often have a very high standby power usage and should be turned off at the meter box.

4. Reduce heating and cooling costs by insulating ceilings, walls and floors and stopping drafts from doors and windows. Double glazed windows make a big difference.

5. Use passive natural cooling and heating such as opening windows on summer nights and on warm winter days.

6. Cool your home efficiently, for example efficient air-conditioners use around 20 to 25% less electricity than older models. Look for a high co-efficient of performance “COP” of at least 4. Higher is better. Note that small fan or bar heaters use substantially more power than reverse cycle air conditioners.

7. Heating hot water requires a lot of energy. An electric element hot water system uses 3-4 times more electricity than a heat pump system. If you have a big solar pv system and a lot of excess power this might not be a problem but otherwise reduce hot water use by installing star rated (efficient) showerhead and taking shorter showers. When a hot water system fails review your options. Generally, a heat pump installed on a timer powered by free solar electricity will always have the lowest running costs.

8. Use curtains and shutters to keep the sun out during summer. Consider installing louvres or deciduous plants & vines to shade windows.

9. Use cold water to wash clothes and the sun to dry them. If you have a dryer, use it during the day when your solar system generates the most electricity eg from 8am to 4pm.

10. When building, renovating, renting or buying a home, aim for high energy-efficiency appliances and install energy-efficient appliances and lighting. Do not have the fridge located right next to the stove. Old & cheap fridges used as the second or ‘beer’ fridge are notoriously big power users.

11. Use timers to start and turn off electric appliances to match high solar power generation times.

12. Following the energy saving tips above will assist you and your family to reduce your electricity bills. Adding a solar system to your home or business will help you to further reduce your electricity bills.

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