An Overview of Solar Inverters

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An Overview of Solar Inverters

Solar inverters have gained a solid footing in the market with a surge in demand as people are starting to see and realize the benefits of having alternative energy.

Africa’s solar industries are looking more into the market while trying to provide cost-effective energy solutions.

These newly improved technologies have created a means for Africa to enjoy steady, reliable, affordable and renewable electricity even to where there is no power grid to supply electricity especially in this time where environmental crisis is constantly calling for the usage of eco-friendly means of producing electricity.

The use of solar inverters is the best way to produce power without the emission of greenhouse gas (GHG).

A solar inverter is a very important element component while trying to harness solar energy as it basically converts direct current (DC) to alternate current (AC) thereby making the energy usable for different use.

This energy can be used in residential areas, commercial and industrial areas.
It can further power refrigerators, TV, Microwaves, pressing iron and other industrial equipment.

When a home that uses a solar inverter is connected to a grid, the inverter is like a middleman between the home and the grid, it helps the home to secure an uninterrupted power supply.

Also, when the solar is producing too much electricity than required, the solar inverter can feed the extra electricity to the grid or mix the power with the one from the grid.

Why use solar inverter

Solar inverters are highly eco-friendly, they help to monitor and provide the data that is required to fix any technical failures.
With solar inverters, one can store energy in batteries or also feed it back to the grid.

Solar inverters can maximize energy production in the home or commercial place.
They ensure safe system operation so there are no sparks while also improving the assistance of grid capacities.
It is efficient in tracking power output.
This energy is suitable for residential as well as commercial purposes because it can cover the scope of small utility installations that fall under 1MW.

They have uncomplicated roofs that get consistent sunlight making them a reliable technology
They are easy to maintain as they are usually installed in access locations.
Solar inverters are pocket friendly because they are cheap, they do not need any special tools to install, they are flexible and consume low power.

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