Recent blackouts in Northern California made people think about alternative solutions which let them be more independent of public electric utilities, even for a short time interval during a day.
Here is the right place where solar power systems emerge as a good option which homeowners can strongly rely on from one side and it sheds light on the law that mandates new Californian homeowners to install rooftop solar systems which strengthen the crucial position from the other side.
According to Bloomberg Environment, Californians have mounted rooftop solar panels more than anyone in the U.S., but many are learning the hard way the systems won’t keep the lights on during blackouts. That’s because most installed systems are designed to supply power to the grid — not directly to houses. Therefore, a grid-tied rooftop solar system is NOT a suitable option. As a quick and access solution, owners of the systems could easily pair them with batteries.
However, as a whole new option, they can change their lifestyle and live off-grid.
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Location: Northern California
Date: Oct 15, 2019 @ 13:32
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