On-Grid Solar System

If you wish to produce up to 100% of the energy consumed by your household, in addition to contributing to a more sustainable future by reducing your carbon footprint, a Grid-connected solar system is the ideal solution for you.

Grid-connected solar systems, also known as On-Grid systems, work in conjunction with the conventional electric grid, allowing a constant flow of energy and enabling you to connect to any electrical device in your home regardless its power output or consumption.

On-Grid systems are commonly installed on roofs, near the consumption source. Take into consideration On-Grid systems will not generate energy back-up.

Hybrid Solar System

If your service is unreliable, or if you wish to have an energy backup at your home while generating significant savings in your electricity bill , the hybrid solar system is the ideal solution for you.

The hybrid photovoltaic solar system is the combination of an On-Grid system and an Off-Grid system. You are required to have a conventional electrical grid for this system to work.

The hybrid system consists of a solar energy system and a set of batteries that allow storing the energy produced by solar modules and use it at any time of the day, even at nighttime or during power outages in the electrical grid. 

Additionally, this system will allow you to backup the most important relevant energy needs in your home, such as lighting, security, connectivity, appliances and even refrigeration.

Off-Grid Solar System

Whether you live in the countryside, distant from the electrical grid, or
if your energy service is unreliable, or if you are interested in having an energy backup, the Off-Grid system is the ideal solution for you.

The Off-Grid photovoltaic system uses a set of batteries to store the energy produced by solar modules. This system does not require being connected to the conventional electrical grid.

This energy can be used at any time of the day or night.