Residential Solar System
Residential solar panels convert the Sun’s energy into electricity. To convert photons into electricity solar panels use photovoltaic cells. These cells are arranged on the surface of the panel in a grid-like pattern to create watts of electricity. For producing energies in Kw multiple panels are arranged in an order and installed in a field or on a roof. For residential uses 5KW, 6.6 KW and 10 KW solar systems are ideal. Additionally, if you want to know more about the required solar system for your home you can contact us.
Great Return on Investment
It is an ideal deal and a great investment if you are going with residential solar panels. Installing residential solar panels at home not only save your money but also increase the property value. Along with providing electricity to the home these electricity generation systems also help in protecting the environment.
Savings on Energy Bills
When we talk about hefty electricity bills, then solar panel performs very well. By installing solar panels at your home you can easily save money over the years. If your solar system generates more than your power consumption then you can supply it to the grid company, by doing this in some time you can easily get your initial investment back.
Environment-friendly Solar System
Why Cygnus Energy for Your Solar System?
There are lots of reasons for choosing Cygnus energy for your solar power needs are as follows:
Harnessing The Power Of Sun
Frequently Asked Questions
A solar PV (photovoltaic) system, often referred to as solar panels, which generates renewable electricity by converting energy or sunlights from the sun. The solar panels generally sit on a house or shed roof, facing to sun.
The inverter converts the electricity produced by the panels from DC electricity to AC electricity.
Solar Panels converts DC (Direct Current) power from the sunlight. The inverter converts this DC (Direct Current) power into AC (Alternate Current) power which can be used in the household. Any excess electricity generated by solar panels but not used by appliances is sent back to the electricity grid or used to charge a solar battery. Electricity Retailers pay a Feed-in tariff for any electricity sent back to the grid.
A feed-in tariff (FiT) is an amount customers receive for any unused or excess electricity that produced by their solar power system sends back to the power grid. It’s usually a set rate per kilowatt hour and paid as a credit on electricity bills.
The installation of solar system is carried out by qualified licensed electricians accredited by the CEC (Clean Energy Council of Australia).
There are two main types of rebates that customers can eligible when solar system installs their property:
Small-scale Technology Certificates (STCs)
STCs are electronic certificates created when eligible solar PV systems installed.
State Government rebates
State Governments may offer rebates to support solar panel installations. To find out more, check out your state government website to see if there are any government rebates currently available.