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Our Applications

OPTI-Solar has significant references throughout the world in the installation of all types of solar energy systems. Here are just some of our realisations we are happy to share.

First of all, there are basically three different types of solar energy systems that require specific inverters: On-Grid / Off-Grid and Hybrid.


What is an on-grid or grid-tied inverter?

An on-grid solar photovoltaic system refers to a system, which is only connected to a utility grid.
When solar energy is available, the system will sell the energy which generated by the sun back to the utility grid.



What is an off-grid inverter?

A stand alone photovoltaic system refers to a system, which is not connected to the utility grid. The electricity you consume comes solely from energy generated via PV arrays. These types of systems store the surplus of energy in batteries.



What is an hybrid inverter?

A hybrid solar photovoltaic system is a combination of solar & grid power technology to take the most advantage.
If the energy produced via PV arrays is enough for household consumption, the inverter will use PV energy and charge the surplus to the battery.
Likewise, if consumption exceeds PV energy, the inverter will take extra energy from the utility grid.
In absence of sun, the inverter will, depending on energy consumption, use energy solely from batteries or take energy from the utility grid.