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The idea of running your home completely free of utility companies is an attractive one. Many homeowners have chosen to go this route, seeking the independence, sustainability, and cost savings that an off-grid solar system can provide. Of course, you may be forced to go off-grid to due to the remote location of your property. Going off-grid means that 100% of your electricity will be derived through the collection of solar energy and any back up resources.
An Off-Grid Solar PV System is self contained and uses batteries to store and release electricity when the Solar PV Panels aren’t active such as at night. An Off-Grid PV solution is ideal for remote buildings, application specific functions such as for powering machinery, temporary solutions, pumps, boats, pretty much anywhere where mains electricity isn’t available and or isn’t needed.

Off grid solar: How does it work?
Off-grid Solar Systems – often referred to as Stand-alone power systems (SAPS) – work by generating electricity from solar panels and using it to charge a solar battery via a charger controller. That electricity is then converted using an inverter so that it can power your home or business appliances. By storing the electricity in a solar battery, it is possible to run your home exclusively from solar energy, even at night or during times when there is less than optimal sun exposure.