Nothing can replace experience regarding roof penetration, solar panel installation, and cleaning.
Our crew is experienced with 1 megawatt of commercial and residential grid tied solar systems. The crew has been together for over 4 years. Safety is always first. Moving slowly and steady is the plan.
Do It Once. Do It Right.
Solar panels need to be professionally cleaned at least once a year.
It is true the “tier 1” solar panels produce electricity for up to 50 years with no moving parts. However, common sense requires a professional cleaning at least once per year.
The typical Philippine rain storm is great for keeping solar panels clean. However, there is a “type of grime” that slowly accumulates and hardens. Pollution, dirt, salt, etc., will create a very tough film on the tempered glass of the solar panel.
We use electrically powered solar cleaning brushes as well as power spraying of water.
Inverters take the direct current (DC) captured from the sun and invert that to alternating current (AC) that can be used for all purposes and exported safely to the electric grid. There are two types of inverters:
This inverter technology has progressed for over 60 years and is used exclusively in commercial application as well as residential. The efficiency of inverting DC to AC is approximately 95% of the captured electricity.
This type of inverter harvests more solar energy than any other. They are proven and reliable. A typical central inverter could last 15 to 20 years and be replaced at an affordable cost. Unlike micro inverters, the system array or panels do not need to be disassembled to repair or replace the inverter.