The heart of every photovoltaic system

The solar inverter is the heart of every PV system. It will give you control of the solar energy generation safety and with the highest efficiency.

We are talking about grid-tie solar systems, also called on-grid solar systems, because there is a permanent connection to the public grid.

How it works?

ON THE GRID DURING A SUNNY DAY

Solar electric systems generate electricity silently and without any moving parts. Sunlight falls on the solar array and generates DC electricity. That DC electricity is converted into household 120V AC electricity by the inverter. The AC electricity is fed into your electric meter and circuit breaker panel. The electricity either goes to your appliances and lights, or to the grid, or some to each. This happens silently and automatically every day.

ON THE GRID AT NIGHT OR DURING A CLOUDY DAY

At night and during cloudy weather, the solar system’s output is reduced or stopped; however, your home then gets electricity from the utility grid. You are always connected to the grid, so you can have as much power as you need, any time you need it, regardless of whether the solar system is able to put out any power.

When the solar system does put out power, it reduces your usage at the time, or, if there is excess, your meter spins backwards, counting down your electric use and bill. Special metering, such as Time-of-Use metering and billing arrangements can help you take advantage of higher daytime rates, allowing you to sell power at a high rate and buy it back at night at a lower rate. This helps reduce the necessary size of your solar system while still cutting your bill by the same amount. The only catch is that during a utility power outage a standard grid tie system will not produce power until the grid power is available. If this is a issue read on.

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 Check out to the approved list of PV suncell inverters for Denmark here (Source: Energinet.dk)

Avoid rising electricity prices on your energy bill

In Denmark, since 1967, the price of electricity increased by approx. 6% per year, and there is no indication that this trend will stop - on the contrary. Solar cells produce electricity as soon as they are installed and will in all likelihood provide your household with electricity for the next 30 years. In practice, this means that you will avoid rising electricity prices and unpleasant surprises on your energy bill.

For each kWh PV system produces, you save 2.20 kr. / KWh for household when you consume electricity within an hour. And after 9-14 years, when the solar cells are repaid, the money straight into your pocket.

With 6KW solar power system, you are supposed to be largely self-sufficient in electricity and save the environment from approx. 2.7 tonnes of CO2 per year.