Rooftop Solar

Rooftop solar refers to the installation of solar panels on the rooftops of buildings to generate electricity from sunlight. These solar panels capture sunlight and convert it into electricity through photovoltaic cells. It can be installed on residential homes, commercial buildings, and industrial facilities. They offer a decentralized approach to energy generation, allowing property owners to produce clean, renewable energy on-site. It can reduce electricity bills, decrease dependence on traditional grid power, and contribute to environmental sustainability by reducing carbon emissions.

Grid Independence: Rooftop solar systems with battery storage enable homeowners and businesses to store excess energy generated during the day for use during times when sunlight is not available.

Environmental Impact: Rooftop solar systems contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating climate change. By harnessing clean, renewable energy from the sun, it helps to decrease reliance on coal, natural gas, and other non-renewable energy sources, thereby reducing air pollution and environmental degradation.