PV Systems

Grid Interactive Systems (Grid-tied)
Sunstore Solar can help your home or business offset the target percentage of energy usage you desire.

Panels send solar energy to inverters that change DC electricity into AC (alternating current) electricity.

Power is then sent to your main panel.

When generating more than you are using at that moment all excess goes back to the grid to be accredited.  See our FAQ page for information on local Utility's net metering plans.

Production may be monitored with digital displays, as well as the internet.

Battery Systems
Energy is stored to supply power for a number of needs. Battery systems can operate independent of the grid, or serve as an emergency back up to the grid(fully automated).

With 16 millisecond switches it will keep sensitive loads secure and uninterrupted. With such a system, the size of the battery bank depends on how much, and how long, it is needed to run without any electrical input.
Independent systems (Off-grid)
Required is a balance of system, meaning there is enough input from solar, that your batteries are fully charged each day. An optional generated can also be integrated, as well as automated like the rest of your solar system.

Water Pumping
Pumping uses DC electricity (without inverting) to run a pump as long as the sun provides.

Water pumped to a storage container can then be saved for later use or even into a reservoir for agricultural or recreational purposes.

Since the nature of water pumping can call for isolated and hard to reach situations, solar can be a viable solution to this valuable resource.

Attic Vent Fans
Cooling is already a challenge without the added resistance of a 130 degree attic over your head.

Attic vent fans are always something to consider when going solar or just to reduce your energy bill.