Tackling the force of the sun to give energy to your home appears like an awesome thought.
It’s essentially free energy, once you move beyond the establishment costs, that is. As a general rule, it takes a great deal of solar panel – up to 1,000 square feet – to meet the energy needs of the normal home and energy generation still may not be adequate amid specific times of the year. Proper panel choice and establishment can relieve a portion of the issue, however quite a bit of it relies on your area or location.
Australia, being in the Southern Hemisphere, encounters a sun that is predominantly coming at us from the North. There is obviously deviance all through the seasons, yet ideally solar power panels ought to be facing as close to true North as possible to reduce the impact that the Winter seasons have on effectiveness.
The tilt involves primarily the angle that the panels are facing up into the sky. On a flat roof, the tilt is 0°, whereas if the angles were to be facing a wall, it would be 90°.
The ideal tilt angle for a solar PV array depends on the building’s electrical load profile (i.e. when you use electricity during the day).
Our Bradford solar panels are designed for all seasons, so will harness energy from the sun even during low light periods.
So get your Solar savings from Bradford – Solar panel systems – that allow you to generate electricity and reduce your power bills.
Please phone 131 750 for more information.