November 1, 2022
How To Choose The Right-Sized Solar Power System: The next step for anyone who has made the decision to install a solar power system is determining what size system will best meet their needs. Tens of thousands of Americans are already doing this. We examine a few of the factors you should think about in this blog.
There are a number of elements to take into account when deciding which will be most advantageous for you when choosing the size of individual homes or commercial properties. Although a precise solar calculation that takes into consideration a wide range of variables necessitates expert guidance, some broad information is still helpful and will allow you to determine the size of your solar power system.
JNA will give you the best advice and a system of the highest caliber after many years of installing solar panels for tens of thousands of delighted customers. We can meet all of your solar demands, whether you need a 3 kW system for a modest home or a business system that generates more than 100 kW.
Your rooftop is the best place to do this because you must first capture the sun’s energy in order to use it. How many panels can be put in and how much power can be generated will depend on the size of your roof. Remember that not every part of your roof will be suitable for solar panels. For instance, any south-facing rooftop area won’t get enough sunlight to provide effective solar power. However, most houses have plenty of room.
JNA Solar uses satellite solar mapping tools to assist in helping you determine the ideal system size for you and to ensure that it will fit. In order to evaluate your system’s annual power output and the projected yearly savings from the solar system, we map the solar panels directly on your roof and prepare a report for you.
When calculating your energy demands and the best system for your home, the specifics of your electricity bill can be quite instructive. On your bill, the majority of energy providers include a graph showing your electricity usage over a day, month, or year. The typical American household uses between 12 and 18 kWh (kilowatt hours) each day. For every 1kW of [installed solar power](), the majority of the major US cities produce 4kWh daily. You may determine the size of an acceptable solar power system by dividing the daily energy use of your home by the solar kilowatts per day.
For instance, if you divide 20 kWh per day by 4, the result is 5. This implies that a 5kW solar system would produce almost the same amount of electricity as you consume, leading to a significant decrease in “on the grid” consumption. A 3kW solar system may be large enough for couples or individuals to achieve significant bill savings.
The ideal solar power system for your home is specific to your circumstances; this is simply a general recommendation. The JNA Solar team can provide us with professional guidance, so giving us a call is your best course of action.