Off Grid Solar Systems

An off-grid system is not connected to the electricity grid and therefore requires battery storage. An off-grid solar system must be designed appropriately so that it will generate enough power throughout the year and have enough battery capacity to meet the home’s requirements, even in the depths of winter when there is less sunlight.

The high cost of batteries and inverters means off-grid systems are much more expensive than on-grid systems and so are usually only needed in more remote areas that are far from the electricity grid. However battery costs are reducing rapidly, so there is now a growing market for off-grid solar battery systems even in cities and towns.

Advantages of Off-Grid Solar Systems

1. No access to the utility grid

Off-grid solar systems can be cheaper than extending power lines in certain remote areas.

2. Become energy self-sufficient

Living off the grid and being self-sufficient feels good. For some people, this feeling feeling is worth more than saving money. Energy self-sufficiency is also a form of security. Power failures on the utility grid do not affect off-grid solar systems.




Components of an Off Grid Solar Power System


Solar Panels

As the name suggests, solar panels are an obvious first ingredient. The precise size and production capabilities of your individual solar panel array will depend on the amount of available sunlight in your region, the usable space of your roof, and your energy consumption needs.

Solar Batteries

A solar battery will also be necessary, to allow your home to continue to run after the sun goes down. Throughout the day, your solar storage device will charge as your panels generate excess electricity. Rather than simply losing out on all of that available solar power, a battery enables you to keep it for use at a later time. Depending on your energy needs, you may have a single battery, or even a battery bank.

Solar Inverters

In order to convert the direct current (DC) collected by your solar panel array into the alternating current (AC) required to run most of your common household appliances and electronics, your solar power system will also need a solar inverter – sometimes referred to as a solar converter or a PV inverter. For the purposes of an off-grid system, you will likely use a stand-alone inverter, though there are a few options when it comes to set-up.


Our Solar Panels

  • Application : Perfect for residential, utility and industrial applications.
  • Multiple configurations : 72, 60 and 36 cells
  • Custom Confiurations : 54 and 48 cell configuration for international market
  • Range : Modules are available in the range of 100W, 250-370 W
  • Frame : Higher anodized thickness for longer product life
  • Output Cable : 1000+/-50 mm cable provided with MC4 compatible connectors.
  • Product Warranty : 10 Years
  • Performance Warranty : 25 Years


Why HHV solar panels

One of the Most Reputed Companies in India with its Group having 30+ years of Remarkable History.

  • Tier – 1 Solar PV Module Manufacturer globally (Bankability rating by BNEF)
  • Ethical and transparent policies matching Global standards.
  • World class, state-of-the-art facility with installed capacity of 110 MW .
  • Manufacturing facility and established processes are at par with international standards.
  • Highly qualified and experienced team.
  • Stringent quality systems to ensure the highest reliability and performance.
  • Product certifications to comply with global requirements.
  • Ability to sustain in adverse market conditions.
  • Efficient supply chain management and logistics to ensure on-time delivery.
  • IMS certified-ISO 9001:2015 ,ISO 14001:2015, and BS OHSAS 18001:2007.
  • IEC 61215/61730, 61701, 62804, cUL 1703, CEC, MCS-BRE UK, MNRE.
  • Worldwide network with large number of satisfied Customers.
  • Contribution towards building the nation & sensitive towards Corporate Social Responsibility and Green Revolution.
  • Global presence with strict adherence to Time, Quality, Safety and Cost.