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Solar power is the resultant conversion of sunlight into electric current via the use of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels. Additionally, it can be heat energy that’s generated from solar thermal systems which concentrate sunlight into receivers to heat water.

Photovoltaic (PV) systems convert sunlight into electricity that can be used to power your home, office or industrial facility. Today’s solar electric technology can be harnessed to either supplement power supplied by your utility company or to take you completely off-grid from the utility company. Off-grid systems use battery back-up systems to store power. iSun Solar design systems that best fits our customer’s needs.

Solar water heating and solar electric (photovoltaic) systems receive solar energy in rectangular-

shaped panels – also known as “collectors”. These solar collector panels are mounted on a building’s

roof or ground-mounted in special situations. In solar water heating panels, water is heated by sun

energy as it circulates through. Solar electric panels contain the materials that convert sunlight

directly into electricity. Solar panels are engineered to operate in very high winds and withstand

environmental damages.

Solar panels life expectancy is more than 30 years.

ISun Solar’s selected solar energy systems require less maintenance and service if the owner strictly

follows guidelines. In most cases, these guidelines require owners to not adjust, maintain or repair

the systems themselves.

Programs from state, federal and utility companies have been changing frequently. You can view the

most up-to- date information on the website by following this link

http://www.resourcesandenergy.nsw.gov.au/energy-consumers/solar/solar- bonus-scheme

Yes, Solar panels are used to convert the suns energy into electricity that can be used by your home or business. The panels are connected to the electrical system generally using a bi directional metering system. This allows your facility to utilize the electricity when it’s being produced by the sun to offset your usage from the power company. When the sun isn’t producing electricity in the evening, you use the power from the electric company.

Because 85% of all power comes from burning fossils, much of which comes from volatile priced

foreign oil, anytime you lessen your dependency on utility power you’re helping our country reduce

its reliance on energy from energy sources that are environmentally-unfriendly and financially

unstable. Solar energy provides an alternative solution: less dependency on foreign oil.

The cost of a solar system depends on the size of the system that is built. Systems can be built so

they are scalable. It is important to know what size the solar panel system is, how much electricity

will be produced, and the price per watt. Each solar system will produce different amounts

depending on how good the design is, what shading could reduce the systems daily production, and

where the solar panels are on the earth. Each geographical region and even location is going to

receive different amounts of sun. After all of this is calculated, then you can make an educated

decision on what size of solar panel system you need and want based on your energy demands and

budget. Also, renewable incentives help offset the end and overall cost of a PV system.

ISun Solar offers many financing options and will help you find the financing plan that best meets

your needs.

Lack of sunshine limits the solar energy potential of any solar energy system. However, some of the

sun’s solar radiation will penetrate clouds to heat water or generate electricity.

iSun Solar recommend required all its solar panel systems to meet the required “wind load” building

codes established and tested.