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Choosing the Right Solar System for Your Home

Investing in solar power is not just about reducing your energy bills; it's about tailoring a system to meet your individual energy needs and goals. At AMP'T, we understand that no two homes are alike, which is why we offer a range of solar system options designed to fit your unique requirements.

Here's a breakdown of the three typical solar system types we install:


Grid-Tied Systems:

The simplest and most cost-effective option for embarking on your solar journey is the grid-tied system. Contrary to popular belief, having solar panels on your roof doesn't necessarily mean you're off-grid. In fact, most solar-powered homes are still connected to the main grid, operating on a two-way connection.

With a grid-tied system, you have your own power station generating free energy for your home. Any surplus energy produced can be sold back to the grid, while you automatically draw power from the grid when needed. It's a seamless integration of solar power into your daily life, offering both savings and sustainability.


Hybrid Systems:

For those looking to maximize savings and energy independence, a hybrid system is the way to go. This setup combines solar panels with battery storage, allowing you to store excess energy for use during periods of low solar production, such as at night or during inclement weather.

The beauty of a hybrid system is its flexibility. You remain connected to the grid, ensuring access to power when needed, while also having the option to store and utilize your own solar energy. It's the perfect solution for those looking to future-proof their homes, with the ability to add battery storage at a later stage.


Off-Grid Systems:

For ultimate independence from the grid and freedom from energy bills, an off-grid system is the answer. These systems operate entirely off-grid, relying on battery storage to store excess solar energy for use when the sun isn't shining.

Off-grid systems are popular among those in remote locations where grid connections are not available, as well as environmentally conscious individuals looking to reduce their carbon footprint. By generating and storing their own renewable energy, off-grid homeowners contribute to a greener, cleaner planet while enjoying complete energy autonomy.


Whether you're looking to save on energy bills, increase energy independence, or reduce your environmental impact, we have the expertise and technology. To find out more you can download our handy solar guide here Contact us today to learn more about our solar system options and start harnessing the power of the sun for a brighter future.

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