Here is a basic graph that illustrates how your business can produce self-sufficient, clean, and more affordable energy from the sun utilizing Smart Gulf Solar systems for your business.
1. Solar Panels
The solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which convert sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity.
Since your business runs on alternating current (AC) electricity, the inverter converts the DC electricity generated by the solar panels so it can be used as AC electricity.
3. Electrical Panel/Breaker Box
The AC electricity output from your inverter is then directed to your business property’s electrical panel, where it, in turn, powers all that is connected to it, such as lights, appliances, etc.
The utility meter measures your energy use. You can be assured of a significant decrease in your usage once your Smart Gulf Solar system is installed and operational. In some cases, your energy usage will actually be reversed when your solar energy system produces excess energy and it goes to the Utility Provider Grid such as DEWA grid.
5. Utility Grid
Your business is still connected to the DEWA grid, so when the sun goes down at night you’ll still have power. Don’t worry, though, the cost is offset by any excess solar energy you put into the grid during the day via the DEWA Net-Metering Program.
6. 24/7 Monitoring System
Our monitoring system continuously tracks your system’s energy production and ensures that your solar energy system is running smoothly.