Off Grid Solar Panels

Get the renewable energy you need, whenever and wherever, without the need for a grid connected energy supply!

Why Would You Want to be Off Grid?

For some, the allure of living off the grid whispers of self-sufficiency, sustainability, and freedom from rising energy costs. Imagine a world where your home hums with its own power, generated by the sunbeams dancing on your roof. That’s the essence of off-grid living: ditching the centralised electricity grid and relying on your own renewable energy sources, primarily solar panels. This means becoming your own mini power plant, harnessing the sun’s energy to illuminate your nights, fuel your appliances, and keep your creature comforts humming.

What Does Off Grid Mean?

When we talk about off grid, we are refering to the practice of powering your property or meeting your energy requirements without a connection to a centralised energy supply. For example the national grid in the UK, or a mains gas supply line as utilised in the majority of UK homes to power a combi boiler.

Off grid can also be used to refer to the idealogy of living “off grid”, in the sense that you are more remote…out of the way…and they are more often than not conducive to each other. For example if you are living off grid, you will need to source your energy…you guesses it…off grid!

How Does Off Grid Solar Work?

Think of these batteries as your energy bank, storing the sun’s bounty for those sunless days or peak-hour needs. An inverter then converts the stored DC (direct current) electricity from your batteries to AC (alternating current), the type used by most household appliances.

Uses for Off Grid Solar – Homes & Living

ECO Homes
Passive House/Homes
Off Grid Homes
Backup Power Solutions

The most common use for off-grid solar panels is to generate electricity for your home. A well-designed system can provide enough power to run all of your appliances, lights, and electronics. This can be a great option for people who live in remote areas.

Off-grid solar panels can also be used to provide backup power in case of a power outage. This can be a great option for people who live in areas that are prone to power outages or who want to be prepared for emergencies. A solar-powered backup system can provide enough power to keep your essential appliances running until the power comes back on.

Equestrian centres / stables
EV (electric vehicle) charging
Glamping sites
Hybrid off-grid system
Micro grid

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