Solar Farm

A solar farm is an installation of multiple solar panels, generally on small towers covering an area of ground f or the purpose of generating power from the sun’s energy. Unlike the solar panels on roofs, these panels can be placed away from shade and moved so they...

Community Solar

Community solar or sometimes called as community-shared solar, is a solar PV installation that provides solar energy, financial benefits, or both to several members through a voluntary program. The primary purpose of community solar is to allow members of a community...

Solar Isolator

Solar Isolators (SI) are switch gears for interupting the DC/AC-Inverter from the solar-panels. Photovoltaic-installations have to be equipped with DC-isolators according to IEC 60364-7-712/ IEC 60947. Switch disconnectors (SI) ensures a reliable switching up to 32A...

Stand-Alone Solar System

Stand-alone solar system is an off-the-grid electricity system for locations that are not fitted with an electricity distribution system. Stand-alone solar system may or may not have storage, but most stand-alone systems require batteries or some other form of...

Solar Ballast

Ballast is a common alternative used on solar installations unable to penetrate either the roof or the ground. On low-sloped, flatter rooftops, many building owners don’t want to poke holes through the roof. Temperamental ground-mounts have some of the same concerns;...