Off grid powered homes hospitals and schools are becoming more and more popular for people who live in remote locations where power outages frequently occur. The above off-grid solar installation uses 24 PV solar panels tied to a battery bank of 12 batteries for approximately 16 kWh worth of daily use.
Off grid systems are being used to power critical loads in homes. An example of critical loads which can be supported by the off-grid solar system includes refrigeration, electric or induction cook top, interior lighting, exterior security lighting, and a cell phone charger. Additional non-essential loads can be tied to the battery bank as well. These are also designed based on customer needs, but normally include small appliances such as an electric fan TV decoders.
The off-grid system will provide daily power supply via a battery bank connected to and recharged by solar PV panels.