On-grid or grid-tie solar systems are by far the most common and widely used by homes and businesses.
These systems are connected to the public electricity grid and do not require battery storage.
Batteries are able to be added to an on-grid solar system at a later stage if required.
The On-grid Solar system is easily affordable to any type of customers and hence meet all type of economies in case local environment supports significant radation and sun light exposure for the required power generation.
An off-grid system is not connected to the electricity grid and therefore requires battery storage.
As battery costs are reducing rapidly, so there is now a growing market for off-grid solar battery systems even in cities and towns.
Nowadays, many farmers around the world have started implementing solar technologies on their farms. Solar PV and solar thermal technologies can be used in a wide range of applications, when it comes to the farming sector.
The most common use of such technologies is that of implementing them on the roofs of the barns/buildings in order to generate electricity and/or heating.
Pakistan is full of potential of alternate renewable energy resources, i.e. solar, wind, hydel etc. From the available options of the renewable energy; the installation of the solar energy is the most suitable option for the domestic customers.
The solar panels can be installed on the roofs of the houses/offices/buildings. The best option for the domestic solar panel usage is the Net Metering System. The excess energy produces by the solar panels during the daytime can be exported to the National Grid and the customer will buy back the energy from the grid in the evening. At the end of the month, the both export and import of energy will be calculated. The bill will be prepared on the basis of Net Energy purchased by the customer.
Solar Water Pumping, provides the efficient and effectual ways for sustainable water supply. After years of research and technological advances, it has proven to be operationally, financially, and environmentally sustainable.
In recent years, the cost of solar technology has dropped tremendously. These factors have made Solar Water Pumping an extremely viable way to expand energy access across developing countries and communities, while creating a strong resistance to shifts in rainfall caused by climate change or unreliable seasonable patterns.