Hybrid solar system
Hybrid solar systems combines the best from grid-tied and off-grid solar systems. These systems can either be described as off-grid solar with utility backup power, solar with battery or grid-tied solar with extra battery storage.
The introduction of hybrid solar systems has opened up for many interesting innovations. New inverters let homeowners take advantage of changes in the utility electricity rates throughout the day. Solar panels happen to output the most electrical power at noon – not long before the price of electricity peaks. Your home and electrical vehicle can be programmed to consume power during off-peak hours (or from your solar panels).
Consequently, you can temporarily store whatever excess electricity your solar panels in batteries, and put it on the utility grid when you are paid the most for every kWh.
Reduce Grid independence
Store excess power generated by your solar system during the day in your batteries and purchase power from the grid
Back up battery support
Hybrid solar systems can serve as a ‘backup’ power supply when there's an outage
power stability in Rural areas
Hybrid Systems in rural areas have a great benefit where power quality is often unstable and electricity network is weak