Grid-tied, on-grid, utility-interactive, grid intertie and grid back-feeding are all terms used to describe the same concept – a solar system that is connected to the utility power grid.
An off-the-grid or standalone solar system is one that is not tied to the grid and is ideal for those areas which do not have public grid access. The solar off-grid system converts sunlight into electricity without connecting to the local utility grids. Off-grid solar energy system includes storage solution such as batteries or flywheel energy storage which prevents excess electricity from getting wasted and be conserved instead for future use.
Solar Charge Controller: Solar charge controllers are also known as charge regulators or battery regulators. Solar Battery Chargers limit the rate of current being delivered to the battery bank and protect the batteries from overcharging. Good charge controllers are crucial for keeping the batteries healthy, which ensures the lifetime of a battery bank is maximized. In regular lead-acid battery-based inverters, the charge controller is usually integrated.
Battery Bank: A battery bank is essentially a group of batteries wired together. It acts as a generator and ensures the system can be used even after sunset
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