Grid assisted solar systems explained PDF Print E-mail
Written by Peter   
Thursday, 01 October 2015 13:22


With Must Power Inverters

  • Doesn't feed power produced by solar back to Eskom.
  • Does not require approval by Eskom as there is no feedback to the grid
  • Can charge batteries from Eskom or from solar panels.
  • Batteries can be sized to support your load for a limited time and then switch back to Eskom.
  • Batteries can be increased at a later stage to support the entire load through the night.
  • Battery rack can be custom designed to suit your area available.


Grid-tied Solar System
  • Allows you to feed your excess electricity back to the grid for credits

    Is for areas where the utility company is willing to accept your excess electricity

    Allows you to size your solar system to your budget and use grid-produced electricity to make up the slack

    Standard grid-tied solar power systems can not charge a battery bank

    When the grid goes down, you lose all power
   Grid-Assist Solar System  
  • Live with partial or complete energy independence by powering your home with solar panels

    Power Company’s permission is not required

    Store extra solar power in your own batteries for nighttime or emergencies

    Stay connected to the grid and use them instead of a generator if your solar panels don't produce a full day of sunshine

    Choose your level of independence without compromise

Contact us today for a Grid-Assist Solar System


Last Updated on Thursday, 01 October 2015 13:48