How does this system work?

We can change sunlight directly to electricity using solar cells. Every day, light hits your roof’s solar panels. The solar panel converts sunlight to direct current (“DC”) electricity. The inverter converts that “DC” power into alternating current or “AC” power. AC power is the kind of electricity that your electric appliances, like television, computer, air-conditioners, fans and fridges use when plugged into the wall outlet.

How do I power the house at night or on rainy days ?

At night or on cloudy days, when your system is not producing more than your building needs, you will consume electricity from the grid as usual.

How is the bill calculated ?

At the end of the month your electricity bill is calculated as import units minus export units. Sometimes it would show a minus (-). Then the excess can be used towards the next month’s consumption. Sometimes it is can show positive (+) value, and that consumption is charged according to the normal tariff system.

Is the system protected from lightning / surges?

Yes, it’s all protected from direct lightning and indirect lightning effects.

What is the minimum requirement to install this Net metering system?

If your electricity bill is more than Rs3000 a month you can benefit from this Net metering system every month.