Buy the Best Photovoltaic Solar Kit for Self-Consumption
Solar energy saving kit
Your new installation of solar modules will help you save hundreds of Euros every year in you electricity bills and will positively contribute to creating a more sustainable planet by lowering your household’s carbon footprint.
To get started, you need to know how many solar panels you will need to cover the energy demand at your home. And to do that, we show you how to do the exact calculation here.
What are the best solar panels for grid-tie self-consumption at your home?
Once you know the number of panels you will need to mount for your house’s roof, we recommend that your photovoltaic kit always include Amerisolar 340W polycrystalline solar modules. While there are many options to choose from in the market, our team of technician at Solaremobility recommend you this particular model to make the most out of your PV project.
Most of the home solar installations we carry out incorporate these panels with great feedback from our clients over time. Amerisolar 340W modules offer a durability and high performance that guarantees at least 80% of production once they reach 25 years of age.
In addition, our solar kit includes singe-phase Growatt 5000MTL-S solar inverter, one of the most modern inverters for solar panels on the market.
Apart from the inverter and panels, our tailor-made kit also includes:
A light aluminum mounting system that fits on your rooftop
- Circuit breaker
- 100 meters of 40mm2 solar pv cable for installations
- Connector and fuses
Still have questions about your kit? We have collected some of the most common ones. However, feel free to contact us if any of them are not shown in this FAQ.
If I buy a solar kit for an on-grid system, can I install some batteries too?
The answer is YES, you can include some batteries to your solar installation for self-consumption when the time comes. This is especially useful for creating a hybrid solar installation, in which you can collect and store energy during the daylight hours, for use at night. This will require your Solar Pv inverter to be replaced by a hybrid one.
Can I expand and add solar panels to my photovoltaic installation?
For this you have to be clear about the following:
- In the case that you have an off-grid solar installation: If your regulator admits this expansion of solar panels.
- In the case of a on-grid self-consumption solar installation: The inverter must also be able to take on a greater volume of photovoltaic panels.
- Batteries: In the case of having them, to know if they can store the increase of energy that are going to receive.
Is it legal to install solar panels at home?
Not only is it completely legal, but it is advisable to do so, since we will save money, and also contribute to having a cleaner planet.
Finally, we invite you to contact our specialized team if you have any questions. We will be happy to assist you.