Solar PV inverters track voltage, establish grid communication, and shut down operations during emergency conditions apart from converting direct current (DC) into alternating current (AC) via solar panels. Solar inverters are commonly used in residential and utility applications and are increasingly used in commercial and industrial projects globally. Solar photovoltaic (PV) inverters aid in maximizing energy production, ensuring safe system operations, improving grid capabilities, and tracking power output. Critical factors to be considered while adopting solar inverters are roof orientation, shading, roof inclination, tilting panels, and summer & winter production difference that result in the required output.
Residential solar solutions can provide free, uninterrupted electricity for years while contributing to a greener environment. Residential solar rooftop systems are easy to install and require minimal maintenance. The electricity produced in excess can be sold to the grid through a net-metering facility, which help in reducing the electricity bills. With depleting fossil fuel reserves, accelerated environmental degradation, and pressure on the power generation infrastructure, several governments have taken various steps in the form of subsidies to accelerate the adoption of solar energy by providing residential solar solutions.