Today there is a cheaper solar water heater price in Chennai and easier answer that hybridizes consciousness and convenience. Taking a few minutes to understand grid-tied, net-metered, roof-mounted solar systems is worth the while.
Grid-tied: this means the energy a solar water heater price in Chennai solar array produces is directly linked to the electrical utility grid. No pricey batteries necessary! No maintenance or solar water heater price in Chennai upkeep. You can think of it as the grid serving as your storage capacity.
Net-metered: For every kilowatt solar water heater price in Chennai hour of energy you produce during the day that you don’t use, you are credited one kilowatt hour of energy to use at a time when you are not producing as much as you need, for instance at night. This is a 1:1 ratio. In Delta county Colorado 1 kilowatt solar water heater price in Chennai hour of electricity costs 10.3 cents. For every kilowatt hour you produce you receive the equivalent of 10.3 cents of electrical use. (Let’s be clear- you will not be paid 10.3 cents/kWh by the utility). Think of it like this: When you use a kilowatt hour your meter tics forward one count. When you produce a kilowatt hour your meter literally tics backward one count. (Currently, if you have a solar water heater price in Chennai yearly annual overage, DMEA will pay you for each and every kilowatt hour you overproduced at their wholesale avoided cost, 7.5 cents/kWh).
Roof-mounted: This is usually the cheapest and simplest way to incorporate a solar array on your home or business. When the price of solar panels was much higher, solar water heater price in Chennai as little as 3 years ago, it was cost-effective to maximize the production of the array with intricate racking solar water heater price in Chennai systems adjustable for latitude, time of year and even down to time of day! But, hold up, who wants to maintain so many movable parts requiring solar water heater price in Chennai maintenance. Consider adding a couple of more panels to your simply laid out system flush-mounted to the roof and you will save in the long run. Nowadays, solar arrays can face anywhere from due east to due west and only lose 15% efficiency at worst!