All solar installations can be divided into two categories – on-grid or off-grid. Although a third category of hybrid solar installations is emerging, the majority of solar installations fall under these two categories. A grid-tie or on-grid installation stands for its name – it is connected to the grid. If the grid fails, the grid-tie inverter won’t work. For this reason, grid-tie solar installation is usually made in areas that face fewer powercuts and have a steady grid supply. The grid tie solar installation also lets you sell excess solar electricity generated back to the grid.
How to Install Grid Tie or On Grid Solar Inverter and How the Installation Works?
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