1How Does It Work?

Nitsun solar panels start working as soon as the sun rises in the sky and our Specially desgined solar panel starts to generate electricity. Once panels generate the electricty, it sends it down to the nearest grid to the MSEB in units. When sun goes down, you get the stored units back from MSEB for the night usage. Also all Nistun panels are made up of Photovoltic cells which can absorb white light and generate electricty for those days when there is no bright sunlight available.

2 Why Should Install Nitsun Solar ?

To support mother earth by helping nature to stay clean and green. Also you can get financial benefits. Tax concestions and loans from the government and subsequent reduction in electricity bill.

3How Much Is The Investement ?

Simply, you can first calcute the KWs you actually need with our calculator or get in touch with Nitsun team to guide you on the details.

4 How many solar panels are needed to run a house?

On an average a house with monthly electricity consumption of 1000 kWh requires 26 – 30 solar panels (Each solar panel is of 320 watt).

5Can solar panel run AC?

In theory, you can run a 1.5 ton ac on solar without batteries, provided that there is enough power being driven from the solar panel into the appliance. It is important to mention that a 1.5 ton air conditioner consumes somewhere around 1.6 kW of power.

6 What are the 3 types of solar panels?

There are 3 types of solar panels primarily used in the solar industry: Monocrystalline solar panels. Polycrystalline solar panels. Thin film (amorphous) solar panels.

7How long do solar panels last?

about 25 to 30 years But the solar panels generating that power don't last forever. The industry standard life span is about 25 to 30 years, and that means that some panels installed at the early end of the current boom aren't long from being retired.

8Does solar panel work at night?

People want to use solar panels at night, but the current solar panel does not work at night

9 Is it Safe to Install Solar Panels?

Over the past decades, solar energy has proven itself to be a safe, reliable way to reduce your electricity bill and your carbon footprint. That said, it’s important to be aware of solar panels and fire risks. Overall, the small risk of your solar system causing a fire is, for most people, not enough to turn them off to installing solar all together. It’s no riskier than any other electrical system within your building. As long as you partner with a trusted, licensed solar professional, you shouldn’t have anything to worry about.

10How Can I Reduce the Risk of Solar Panel Fires?

If you want to reduce the risk of your solar system catching fire, the best thing you can do is partner with an experienced solar installer with a great reputation for quality work. Your installer should have all the proper licenses required by your state or municipality to ensure they know what they’re doing and that they’re a trusted business. Industry certifications are also an important indicator that their workforce is well-trained and highly educated. In tandem, you’ll want to be sure your PV system is composed of quality parts from trusted manufactures. Experienced solar contractors are familiar with the ins and outs of system installations and can avert potential fire-starting issues. They’re familiar with the requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC), and should have many safe, properly installed systems already under their belt.