How does Solar Energy work?
The inverter is an electrical device that converts the current that is continually generated by the solar panels into AC power.
This equipment is normally located in an accessible place, as close as possible to the modules. The fact that the inverters produce a slight noise must be taken into consideration when deciding where the equipment will be placed.Support Structure
The support structure is the mechanical structure used to mount the solar panels on the roof, walls or ground.
There is a great variety of structures, which should be carefully evaluated depending on the place where the PV system will be installed.Bi-directional Meter
In Colombia, every client that has a self-generation system, as is the case of a PV solar system, must have a Bi-Directional Meter.
A Bi-Directional Meter can measure the flow of electrical energy in two directions. It can measure how much energy a client receives from the utility company, and at the same time, it differentiates between the production of energy from the solar system and the client’s consumption of energy from the grid.
A common way to classify PV systems is according to their scale, in which solutions range from residential to large-scale or “solar utility.” ISC focuses on the following solutions:
Solar Rooftop (Commercial and Industrial)
Hybrid Solar Systems
PV Floating Solar Systems
Off Grid Solar Systems