An environmentally sustainable energy supply, solar power helps combat carbon emissions. Photovoltaic systems are a great way to reduce the environmental impact of your home and to obtain energy independence.
There are currently only two types of solar technology that are capable of converting the sun’s energy into a source of power: solar thermal and photovoltaic. While Solar Thermal collectors absorb the sun’s radiation in order to heat a home or water, Solar photovoltaic devices use sunlight to replace or supplement the electricity provided, thereby making it a more viable applicable option on our landscape.
The cost of a residential charger is an investment in convenience that will pay for itself in the long run. As opposed to paying for electricity from a third party every time you charge your vehicle, having a home charger means your car can refuel as you sleep, saving you a trip to a public charging station.Book a no-obligation consultation
By connecting your solar panels to a solar battery, you could essentially turn your home into a micro-grid; generating, using, and storing your own electricity. With the significance of their role in a solar PV system, find out what are the pros and cons of having solar batteries.
In July of 2021, LTA launched the Electric Vehicle Common Charger Grant (ECCG) to ease the upfront costs and facilitate the installation of EV chargers in non-landed private residences, for eg. the management corporation of a strata-titled development (MCST).